Our Social Connect

At Ambrain Capital, we strive to contribute and give back to the community that has made us what we are. Each one at our company is committed to uplifting our people and nurture the surrounding that fuels us to get going.
The top management at Ambrain Capital believes that whatever we do, comes to us sooner or later. So, if you have to do something for others, be kind to them.
We understand our responsibilities towards our society and mother nature. Therefore, we have been encouraging a healthy social culture whenever it is possible. Since the day we have embarked on our journey, we have made sure to address the social issues around us with full zest. It includes - Healthcare, Financial Aid, Education, and Animal Welfare, among others.

Let's see what the Global Nutrition Report (GNR) 2016 by World Bank says

  • India stands at the 97th position out of 118 countries when it comes to the Hunger Index.
  • Around 180 million of the Indian population, especially children, suffer from undernourishment.
  • About 48% of children in the country who are younger than 5-years of age are stunted.
  • Nearly 60% have anaemia, and 70% do not eat even half of the daily recommended micronutrients.

The deficiency of micronutrients is also termed as hidden hunger. It means - the intake of vital minerals and vitamins, including Vitamin A, Zinc, and folate, that help in the physical and mental development of children is inadequate. The effects of micronutrients deficiency are long-term and include the following

  • Stunted growth in children
  • Weak immune system
  • Low energy
  • Impaired cognitive abilities

Nutrition For Kids Who Live in Orphanage

At Ambrain capital, we understand what a nutritional gap could feel like. We understand the real struggle. Therefore, we try to bridge this gap as much as possible from our end. As of now, we provide nutritious fruit juices to 100 kids of an East Bengaluru bases orphanage every day as an anonymous sponsor.

Making Groceries Available to the Needy During COVID 19

During the lockdown phase, owing to the coronavirus pandemic, our employees have personally shared around 150 grocery kits with the people in need in Mysore and the areas surrounding it. The kits included all the basic ingredients, such as vegetables, spices, cereals, using which a family of four can eat a wholesome meal for a week.

Meal Distribution During COVID 19 Lockdown

During the lockdown phase, we have sponsored around 3000 meals via a distribution channel working for the needy..