CSR Activities By Yield4Finance Private Limited

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Yield4Finance is a complete financing solution for SMEs. The firm is constantly growing and helping other businesses expand globally with the help of Yield4finanace’s services. The firm believes that small to medium enterprises are the backbone of our economy. Hence they must have access to bank guarantees, letter of credit, SBLC, and pre-advise messages.


Yield Group of Companies, which is a leading cash flow providers operates across its worldwide offices in Dubai, Zambia, London, Spain and India. Besides providing the best trading solutions to SMEs, Yield4Finance is highly active in CSR activities and is constantly doing charity across various known organisations.


Corporate donations help the firms to participate actively in communities. Furthermore, it also boosts employee morale. With corporate donation, employees’ involvement enhances positively, which ultimately improves the workplace.


The motive behind donating to the community is to empower the surroundings. There are many severely affected global areas which need help. Here are some of the charities done by Yield Group of Companies. 


Charities By Yield4Finance Private Limited

UN Crisis Relief


UN Crisis Relief is providing support to the people and places facing a significant crisis. They are also helping people to connect with the world efficiently. The UN Humanitarian Funds include CERF, which is a global fund lending immediate help to the affected areas or individuals. Chairman Sanjeev Chadha Yield4finance has donated to UN Crisis Relief, whose primary goal of every fund includes:

  • Increasing the help in hard-to-reach locations across the globe.
  • To fill the funding gaps in cases of humanitarian needs surpassing the amounts of available funds.
  • To support the activities necessary for living like providing shelter, food, and education.


The United Nations Office runs the UN Crisis Relief, especially for Humanitarian Affairs. Every donation here makes a difference because it directly goes to the people who need help most. The charities are sent to relief organisations that are delivering aid across the world’s most severely affected parts. The funds help in reaching the most vulnerable people with clean water, shelter, medicine, food, and more.


Care India


Care India is a not-for-profit organisation working relentlessly to bring and empower marginalised women and girls across India. From saving lives to having dignity and security, this organisation envision a world free from poverty. The organisation is providing innovative solutions to existing development issues through holistic interventions in Education, Health, Disaster Relief and Livelihood. The focus areas of Care India are Livelihood, Health, Education and Disaster Relief.


Care India is progressing further with the action plan for 2022-24. It aims to work for the betterment of 30 million people by the year 2024 and provide them with the dignified life they deserve. Here are some of their objectives:

  • To bring gender transformative changes by considering the unequal power distribution system among women and men.
  • To partner with corporates and governments to bring change on a big scale.
  • To follow an impact-driven approach to reach as many people as possible.


National Centre For Victims of Crime


The National Center for Victims of Crime is a social justice nonprofit working for victims of all crimes and their communities. The organisation has worked for the past 35 years to make victim services effective and accessible. The aim is to ensure that the victims can rebuild and relive their lives efficiently.


The organisation give training to the crime responders about being culturally competent, proactive, and trauma-informed. Yield Group Vice President Ms.JavelaMacalalad has also extended its helping hands to the National Center for Victims of Crime.


The organisation’s agenda is not limited to providing justice to the victims. Instead, it is also about providing the means to cope with the post-trauma of violence that every victim goes through so that they can move forward in life with a better approach.


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