India’s corporate world has committed or donated more than Rs 2700 crore in direct and indirect aid to help fight the novel corona virus (Covid-19).

Mr. Ratan Tata

Ratan Tata group pledge Rs 1,500 cr in support of fight against Covid-19
Tata Sons and Tata Trusts have pledged to contribute Rs 1,500 crore for the cause while Reliance Industries had made an initial contribution of Rs 5 crore besides opening India’s first COVID-19 hospital in Mumbai
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Wipro Enterprises Ltd and Azim Premji Foundation, have together commited Rs. 1,125 crore towards tackling the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak.
Wipro Ltd’s Commitment is Rs 100 cr , wipro Enterprises Ltd is Rs 25 cr and that of the Azim Premji Foundation is Rs. 1000cr.
These Sums are in addition to the annual Csr activities of Wipro and the usual philanthropic spends of the Azim Premji Foundation.

Reliance Industries contributes Rs 500cr towards PM-CARES fund. The company also said in a statement that it is contributing Rs 5 crore each towards the states of Maharashtra and Gujarat in order to lend them support amid the ongoing outbreak.
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ITC chairman Sanjiv Puri announced the conglomerate has set up Rs 150 crore COVID-19 contingency fund to provide relief to most vulnerable section of the society, provide assistance to rural healthcare and even provide protective gear for medical staff.

The JSW Group
The JSW Group said it will extend a financial assistance of Rs 100 crore to combat the deadly virus

.@TheJSWGroup is making an immediate contribution of Rs.100 Crores to #PMCARES to support all relief effort.
We will continue to evaluate all needs to fight the fallouts of COVID-19 and have earmarked further funds to respond dynamically for future requirements. @narendramodi pic.twitter.com/rM0m34TTdY

— Sajjan Jindal (@sajjanjindal) March 29, 2020

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Larsen & Toubro
Engineering and construction giant Larsen & Toubro announced Rs 150 crore donation to the PM-CARES Fund
it has set aside over Rs 500 crore per month to support about 1.60 lakh contract workers.

Gautam Adani gives Rs 100 crore to PM Fund to fight coronavirus

ADANI FOUNDATION is humbled to contribute Rs. 100 Cr to the #PMcaresfund in this hour of India’s battle against #COVID19. ADANI GROUP will further contribute additional resources to support the GOVERNMENTS and FELLOW CITIZENS in these testing times.

— Gautam Adani (@gautam_adani) March 29, 2020

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Fully with people of Maharashtra. Yeh hai Mumbai meri Jaan. https://t.co/rUoKA8ysRt

— Uday Kotak (@udaykotak) March 29, 2020

Uday Kotak, Kotak Mahindra Bank donate Rs 60 crore in fight against Covid-19
Private sector lender Kotak Mahindra Bank and its managing director Uday Kotak on Sunday announced a Rs 60 crore donation to fight coronavirus pandemic.

Kotak Mahindra Bank & Mr. Uday Kotak personally, commit immediate support of ₹50cr to PM CARES (₹25cr each).

— Kotak Mahindra Bank (@KotakBankLtd) March 29, 2020

The bank will be donating Rs 25 crore to the “PM Cares Fund” and Rs 10 crore to Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Relief Fund for COVID-19, it said in a tweet.
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Mr. Anand Mahindra
Chairman  

Anand Mahindra of the Mahindra & Mahindra Group had offered to provide Mahindra resorts as care facilities for those infected. The Mahindra Group is also working on making ventilators for Covid-19 victim

Mr. Venu srinivasan
Chairman & Managing Director 

TVS Motor Company said it will donate Rs 25 crore to the PM’s Relief Fund for battle
against COVID-19 pandemic

We pledge to control the spread of #Covid19 pic.twitter.com/idfriSE6e3

— TVS Motor Company (@tvsmotorcompany) March 30, 2020

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