Puttaparthi: Sai Towers Part of It, Sai Towers Proud of It!
Sai Towers believes that the brand should stand for more than ‘just profit’. We have focused our efforts on giving back to the society especially for the causes associated with Puttaparthi. Sai Towers CSR is a generous gesture in the
direction of promoting social and community welfare.
Contributed to the construction of restrooms and toilets around Puttaparthi for the visiting pilgrims and patients of the Super Specialty Hospital.
Contributed to the installation and supply of clean and
refrigerated drinking water for common men near Puttaparthi Bus Stand and the Super Specialty Hospital.
Founded Sai Towers Charitable Trust to further the cause of Sai Towers mission in serving masses with Love and in Love.
Organized, financed and installed Security Surveillance Cameras at all vantage points in Puttaparthi town to reduce the criminal and unlawful activities during festival seasons with the help of like-minded business
community. Complete control has been handed over to the Puttaparthi Police Station.
Donated 3 battery operated green vehicles and 300 garbage collection bins to Puttaparthi Nagara Panchayat which consequently resulted in the following awards. Among cities with population between 25000 and 50000,
- FIRST in the State of Andhra Pradesh
- SECOND in the South Zone
according to the Nation-wide Annual Cleanliness Survey “Swachh Survekshan 2020”. Sai Towers is proud to be associated with Puttaparthi Nagara Panchayat to make Puttaparthi a cleaner and greater place to live.
Sai Towers generously contributed in upgrading and beautification of Shilparamam of Puttaparthi, a venue created to foster, restore and showcase crafts, arts, culture, folklore and glory of Andhra Pradesh. Sai Towers
offered Stone statues of Gods and Goddesses from Orissa to enrich the place.
On the occasion of Dassera Festival, Sai Towers organised Classical, Kuchipudi, Folk dances and other cultural programmes for four days which attracted thousands of people from neighbouring villages and Puttaparthi.
During the COVID – 19 Pandemic 2250 food packets were served to the Police personnel when Puttaparthi was declared Red Zone, grocery was supplied to Good Samaritans to cook and feed the hospital patients and their
relatives stranded during lockdown and grocery was supplied to employees who didn’t have any source of income during the lockdown.