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Gift Warmth is an annual CSR initiative at ReNew. As the earth’s climate changes due to carbon emissions from fossil fuels, many parts of the world are seeing extreme climatic conditions and unseasonal weather patterns. The Gift Warmth campaign is an attempt to help those, who are impacted the most by these extreme climatic changes. It is a humble bid to bring about a little comfort to those suffering from harsh and long winters, mostly in northern and central parts of India. Our aim is that ‘no one in India should suffer due to cold weather’ and towards this, we distribute blankets to the needy individuals who do not have the means to fight the cold. We have been doing this for over 5 years at ReNew.

The idea germinated in the year 2015 when we were looking to do something for engaging our employees and giving back to the society. During that period, we read reports that people on the streets of Delhi were dying due to cold and this is when this initiative was conceptualised. It started as an employee engagement activity and has now emerged as our annual flagship program.

This winter ReNew, India's leading renewable energy company, is donating 2 lakh blankets to those suffering due to the harsh cold weather.

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Name of Company:
ReNew Foundation

Bank name:
Axis Bank

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Branch Address:
Connaught Place New Delhi


For many homeless children and the elderly, winters are particularly harsh. It’s time to show we care and gift them warmth. We will distribute blankets to make this winter a comfortable one for them. Donating for the cause is very easy and convenient. A unit gift consists of Rs 500 which will help us in donating two blankets on your behalf. Donors can choose to donate in multiple units of 1, 2, 3 or more. With the funds collected, iCharity, as a distribution partner, of ReNew Gift Warmth campaign, will purchase the blankets and distribute them to those who need it on the streets as winter sets in.

Join us in this drive to give warmth to the disadvantaged and save lives!

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Other Ways of Donation:

  1. Cheque-
  2. You can also write a cheque in favour of “Art of Charity Organization (iCharity)” and courier it to us in the following address:
  3. Art of Charity Organization (iCharity),
    C/O, ReNew Power
    Commercial Block-1, Zone 6, Golf Course Road, DLF City Phase-V, Gurugram-122009, Haryana
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  2. Name of the Bank- HDFC Bank
  3. Account No- 12032320000578
  4. IFSC Code- HDFC0001203
  5. Branch- Global Business Park, Gurgaon

– “Access to energy is fundamental to the holistic development of mankind. Our aim is to impact the lives of people by providing access to energy through clean sources and help communities develop through high impact programmes.”


Founding Chair, ReNew Foundation

Vaishali Nigam Sinha is the Chief Sustainability Officer at ReNew, one of India’s largest renewable energy IPPs (Independent Power Producer). Under the ambit of ReNew India Initiative (RII), Vaishali drives the company’s corporate social responsibility) and sustainability initiatives and is also Founding Chair, ReNew Foundation.

A strong advocate of equal participation of women in economic activities, Vaishali is also passionate about issues such as climate change, sustainable development and promoting women entrepreneurs and leaders. She is a regular speaker at international forums like the Climate Week NYC, California Governor’s Global Climate Action Summit, Clinton Global Initiative, and events organized by WEF, UNDP and United Nations Global Compact Network. She is a President’s invitee to Columbia World Projects – a high-level forum at Columbia University created to tackle major global challenges. She also serves on the President’s Advisory Council at Wellesley College and the Columbia Global Centre’s Mumbai Advisory Board.

Vaishali is deeply engaged with industry bodies, think tanks and educational institutions. She is a member of the Governing Council of the UN Global Compact Network India (GCNI) and Chairperson of their Gender Committee; Chairperson of South Asian Women in Energy (SAWIE) – a body set up under USISPF to promote diversity and gender equity in energy sector; Chair, CII’s Indian Women Network and Woman Empowerment Committee and a member of the Governing Council of the Vedica Scholars Programme for Women. Vaishali is also the Vice President, North, Governing Council of UNGCNI and Co-chair, Impact Future Project, Aspire Impact. She is also a member of the Advisory Council of the CII-ITC Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development, Advisory Committee of the India Climate Collaborative and Global CSR & Philanthropy Committee, Della Group. Vaishali has also authored several opinion articles on a range of topics from sustainability to gender parity to CSR which have been published in leading Indian dailies, magazines, web portals and industry journals.

In October 2020, Vaishali was named among India’s 100 most important PR & Corporate Communication professionals and listed among Asia’s Most Influential Women in Renewable Energy by Solar Quarter magazine. Vaishali was felicitated for her outstanding contribution towards woman empowerment by CSR Journal in July 2019 and also recognized as being amongst India’s Top 25 Impactful CSR Leaders by the India CSR Network in April 2019. In 2019, CEO Today magazine conferred the Businesswoman of the Year Award on her for her achievements as a woman professional. She was also a National Finalist at the NITI Aayog Women Transforming India Awards 2018, finishing amongst top 2% of women from across India.

Vaishali has completed the Owners and Presidents Management Program from Harvard Business School and has a Masters’ in Public Policy from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, where she was an American Association of University Women (AAUW) scholar. After a decade on Wall Street and then London as an investment banker, she returned to India, where after several years in banking, she is now a social entrepreneur.