Disaster Recovery

Floods, cyclones have become a regular occurrence due to climate change and we had to respond quickly and meaningfully to reduce its impact. We have always, in partnership with local government, provide relief to the need.


Our COVID Response

When COVID stuck it was a milieu of uncertainty for both business and people. Ordinary lives took a new meaning. It was important to assure and ensure people all levels and get their essential commodities and we also responded to various other needs of the community we live in..

CM Relief Funds

As an immediate relief, KRPL donated to all CM relief funds of Tamil Nadu, Andhra and Kerala Governments

Community Kitchen Kaleesuwari partnered with various NGOs in the city and immediately opened a large kitchen in the Chennai factory to feed people in and around the factory as well as people who are affected by corona across the city.

We cooked food for 1500 people every day lunch and dinner right since April 1st and ramped up to 25000 when it was extended further in the month of May to another 1000 people. During this period, we prepared and distributed over 1.5 lakh food packets to raise the spirits of those who need a helping hand during these tenuous times.

Provisions to Ten Thousand families Provision packets (Rice, Atta, Vegetables) were given to families near the plants. More than ten thousand families were identified in Kakinada (AP), Palani and Chennai(TN) and given these relief packets.

Medical Aid Safety Equipment

Safety equipment are critical for the front-line workers. Kaleesuwari foundation donated masks, gloves, PPE materials to hospitals in Chennai and Kakinada. It also provided masks to common people.

COVID Test Centre

Testing was the key strategy advised by the WHO to control COVID spread.

While the GHs were equipped to handle the first-line responders in villages are ill-equipped. Request for Covid test Centre in Palani was brought the PHC in Thalaiyam.

With the help the Kaleesuwari Covid test centre over 350 people were tested. COVID Ambulance to transport and to provide emergency support to patients infected by COVID requires a separate ambulance.

It ensures the safety and security of the patients and support staffs. Kaleesuwari donated fully functional ambulance to CSI Kalyani Hospital Chennai to exclusively manage Covid patient. Ms. Chellammal retired nurse of the hospital and close well-wisher of the Kaleesuwari group handed over keys to the medical director Mr. Jayanth in the presence of Mr. Bala Krishnan from Kaleesuwari.