Golfing for a cause

EMC India COE teamed up with Rotary Bangalore IT Corridor, recently with a mission to make a transformational and sustainable change in the quality of life in Whitefield.  And how? With a Charitable Golf Tournament.

Published: 30th October 2013 08:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th October 2013 08:07 AM   |  A+A-

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EMC India COE teamed up with Rotary Bangalore IT Corridor, recently with a mission to make a transformational and sustainable change in the quality of life in Whitefield.  And how? With a Charitable Golf Tournament.

The tournament titled EMC International Golf Tournament was held at the Champion Reef, Kolar. 50 C-level executives from Bangalore participated in this tournament. 

In addition to being the title sponsor, EMC India COE contributed `3,00,000 for the event which will be used to provide infrastructure facilities like science and computer labs, library and books, specific sanitation facilities for the girl child, drinking water, mid-day meals at seven government schools in Whitefield covering approximately 5000 students.

Chandrasekar Krishnamurthy, VP - global services and executive sponsor for corporate sustainability, EMC India Centre of Excellence said, “We make a conscious effort to engage with the larger community to empower people and to give back to the society. Our teams work collaboratively with various stakeholders to drive programs which enable socio-economic enablement of local communities. We will continue supporting similar causes in the future as part of our constant effort to help the society.”

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