Company keeps up generous tradition

Founder’s day: Commemorating the birthday of the parent company’s founder, Wollongong Coal chief executive Milind Oza, centre, hands gifts of cash, books and grocery vouchers to Sarah Wilson, manager of Bellambi Neighbourhood Centre.Picture: ADAM McLEANThe man who started Jindal Steel spent a lot of time working to alleviate poverty and boost the poorer sections of Indian society.
Nanjing Night Net

“Where others saw walls, he saw doors” – that is how he is fondly remembered in his homeland.

So to honour its parent company founder Shri Op Jindal, Wollongong Coal is donating to worthy causes.

Bellambi Neighbourhood Centre stands to benefit thanks to the company’s gifts of $2000 cash, $500 in grocery vouchers and $600 worth of children’s books.

“The donation was to mark Founder’s Day, which is celebrated by our parent company in India, Jindal Steel & Power Ltd,” a Wollongong Coal spokesman said.

“The seventh of August is the late founding chairman’s birthday and the company celebrates it by donating to worthy causes.”

Mr Jindal was a visionary, remembered for his business excellence and social responsibilities alike. He believed that without uplifting weak sections of society, a nation could never prosper.

Wollongong Coal chief executive Milind Oza did the honours and handed over the gifts on Friday.

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