Our Purpose

For us at BSV, giving back to society is a chosen responsibility that is a part of each endeavour we embrace. The edifice of our Social Responsibility initiatives is primarily built around four components of change :

Community Development
  • Rural development in Adgaon, Nashik
  • Supplied food items to 100+ families of daily wage earners.
  • Supported renovations of Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences.
  • Installation of solar units in Ambernath, Maharashtra.
  • Energitex - Addressing medical health issues of adolescent kids; Holistic care through homoeopathy for children with disabilities
  • Supported a charity for the installation of dialysis beds at the KHM hospital, Kandivali
  • Supported NICU wards at the Shrimad Rajchandra Hospital,
  • Supported cancer care for children through Tata Memorial and Bombay Medical Aid Foundation initiatives
Hunger Eradication
  • Supported food provision initiatives by the Anum Foundation.
  • Supplied food items to 100+ families of daily wage earners
Skill Development
  • Empowering tribal women through Shramik Nari Sangh.
  • Vocational training at the YMCA and the Rotary Club of South Bombay
  • Prerna – Rural women empowerment project to educate and help them manage health challenges.
  • Donated to the Victoria Memorial School for the Blind (Mumbai)
  • Y4D X BSV Digital transformation of 7 classrooms in 2 government schools in Jalna district, Maharashtra. This helped 400+ students attain world-class education through the best digital tools.

More Charitable Programs & Partnerships


Partnership to create a Sport4Her program – an inclusive ecosystem to empower and encourage female athletes. The aim is to build an ecosystem of excellence through intervention, education, and social upliftment. The Sports4Her program is designed to be a holistic approach for female athletes, through high-performance training, early diagnosis and management of sports injuries, nutrition and mental wellness, mentorship, and leadership development programs.

IVF – ICSI treatment for poor patients by ISAR through CSR Expenditure (2021)

Notwithstanding the advances in ART over the past 30 years, people from various socioeconomic backgrounds still struggle to be able to afford it. We are eager to use the CSR assistance of a well-run business like Bharat Serums and Vaccines to help underprivileged and indigent patients receive this innovative medication. At its member ART facilities around the nation, ISAR can treat 20 patients with IVF-ICSI, covering services such as lab support, IVF culture media, consumables, and embryologist fees. The infertile couples’ wishes would be realised when the patients become pregnant with such CSR support from BSV and ISAR, over the course of 12 months.