Dais World (the flagship brand of Dais Informatics Pvt Ltd) has announced a CSR initiative with Tata Memorial Hospital, Tata Memorial Centre (TMH), a specialist Cancer Treatment and Research Centre situated at Mumbai, Maharashtra, according to a Press Release by Dais World.
A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between both organisations on the 26th of July 2021 here in Mumbai following which Dais World has pledged to contribute to Tata Memorial Hospital, Tata Memorial Centre Re. 1 per install of its mobile application from online stores via a dedicated QR code showing on its ads and placements, said the Press Release.
It added that this initiative was taken up by Dais World when they decided to relate themselves to an important cause. Dais World found a trusted partner in Tata Memorial Hospital, who, it firmly believes, will utilize its contributions in the rightful manner.
On the commencement of this initiative on the part of his organization, Mr. Abhishek Deb, Founder and the Executive Director of Dais Informatics Private limited stated, “Tata Memorial, the very mention of this name brings hope to millions of my countrymen. For decades, this esteemed institution has continued to serve relentlessly. As Dais World gets this opportunity to serve them back with this beautiful association, we feel immensely delighted. I would want to believe that our humble and steady contributions ahead would help save some lives.”
As part of this endeavour, a dedicated QR code will be generated and placed on Dais World’s platforms in order to create awareness of the cause and the genuineness of the contributions essential towards it.
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