At 63 moons, we are committed to building strong social values and contributing to the welfare of society at large. Chairman Emeritus Jignesh Shah has always believed in giving back to the society and the CSR initiatives taken by the company are a reflection of just that. As responsible corporate citizens, we have always expressed our concern and care by initiating and supporting deserving causes.

With the commitment to make a difference to the society, we regularly organise events and programs that give the employees multiple opportunities to reach out to and serve the less privileged sections of the society.

63moons family was supremely glad to participate in the 15th edition of the Largest Marathon in Asia - the TATA Mumbai Marathon 2018 on 21st January 2018. In support of our corporate social responsibility, we joined hands with Srujna - an NGO working towards the upliftment of the financially weak women in the society by training them the skills which would help them to earn their livelihood.

A strong team of 65-people, proudly represented our steely spirit, nominated participations in the Full Marathon (42.195 km), Half Marathon (21.097 km), Sr. Citizen’s run (4.3 km), Champions of Disability run (2.4 km) and the Dream Run (6 km).

The entire event was well-planned, keeping the enthusiastic participation of our employees in mind. It was well supported with a couple of preparatory sessions by the professional coaches that helped the participants in multiple ways for the mega event.

Yet again from 20 young and enthusiastic employees of 63 moons took to running for TMM 2019 for the Dream Run category in line with our Corporate Social Responsibility on 20th January, 2019.

63moons group and its employees feel proud to associate with a noble cause for the betterment of the society and people at large and thus organized the Blood Donation Camp on October 1st, 2018 in association with Brahma Kumari’s Global Hospital Research Centre in our office premises. An able team of 16 volunteers under the watchful supervision of Dr. Tarun Dantara – who is currently practising medicine since over 5 decades now, conducted this event for over 6 hours and successfully collected 46.2 litres of blood from 132 cheerful donors, thus saving 396 lives.

16th December 2018 was the date, when determined womenfolk from 63moons along with 16 other beneficiaries from NGO Srujna joined for Pinkathon. The exceptional runner of our team was Ms. Sunita Tickoo, who ran for 10 Kms in 1 hour and 53 seconds, holding the 27th Rank. Pinkathon had a marvellous impact on those invincible women standing firm for themselves as well as those who ought to make a difference.