Our Impact Stories

Our Impact Stories

At Crest Digitel, we believe that doing business responsibly and sustainably is crucial for building long-term growth and stakeholder value. As the digital landscape is fast expanding globally and touching lives in different ways, we are aligning our sustainability strategy with our innovations in the digital infrastructure space.

Our CSR Vision
Enriching lives to create a positive social impact.

Our CSR Mission
Creating connected experiences for our communities through sustainable initiatives to work on the well-being of the community with utmost integrity towards all our people, partners, customers and the environment.

Our Focus Areas

We commit to positively impacting and influencing society for its sustainable development. It is always our endeavor to raise the community standards in the area we operate in by focusing on supporting:


Quality education with a special focus on the girl child by adopting schools and working with consistency and ensuring sustenance.


Enabling livelihood opportunities for the girl students through skill development programs.


Access to Healthcare through financial support and other health initiatives & programs for hospitals in less privileged areas.

Key Projects

A Quality Education Program


Crest Digitel has entered into a partnership with Bharti Foundation second year in a row to support the Satya Bharti School, Tehna Dipalpur in Rewari, Haryana by providing financial aid for covering the annual operating cost of the school which includes direct in-school costs, school mentoring and support cost and project management cost.

The Satya Bharti School Program is the flagship initiative of the Bharti Foundation aimed at providing quality education to underprivileged children, completely free of cost, with a special focus on the girl child in rural areas of India.

A Skill Development Program

Project YUKTI

Crest Digitel Private Limited in collaboration with ANK has started “Project Yukti” at Sarhaul Gurugram for marginalized girl students. “Yukti” Stands for Skill Development, this project focuses on enhancing the students’ skill sets by providing training in MS Office and Digital Marketing, thus enhancing their skills for better livelihood opportunities.

ANK is a non-governmental and non-profit organization (NGO) that supports quality education and employability to build better livelihood opportunities for rural and underprivileged urban youth.

A Healthcare Program

Inali Foundation

We continuously strive to improve the quality of life in the communities where we operate, which is congruent with our CSR Vision. We collaborated with the Inali Foundation to provide free prosthetic arms to beneficiaries from various regions, representing a wide range of ages and socioeconomic backgrounds, who had lost their hand/s due to unforeseen circumstances.

The battery-powered prosthetic arms are designed to help people restore their mobility by helping them with everyday chores such as holding a pen, drinking water, driving, or lifting weights up to 8kg.

By providing a helping hand to the amputees’ Crest aims to build a better and more inclusive society and transform lives.

A Healthcare Program

Indian Cancer Society

In partnership with the Indian Cancer Society, we’re focused on making a substantial impact on healthcare by conducting preventive screening camps for early cancer detection in semi-rural villages and urban slums.

The Indian Cancer Society, a long-standing health NGO since 1953 in Mumbai and 1983 in Delhi is dedicated to cancer awareness, preventive screening, emotional support and providing some financial and medical aid to cancer patients, along with complementary therapies.
Our project entails organizing screening camps for Oral, Cervical, Breast and Lung Cancer in semi-rural villages and rehabilitation colonies in the Delhi NCR region, striving to create a meaningful healthcare impact.

A Quality Education Program

Salam Baalak

Through this partnership, our objective is to support and nurture the education and overall well-being of girls residing in shelter homes.

Salaam Baalak Trust, an Indian non-profit and non-governmental organization, has been at the forefront of providing assistance to street and working children in the Delhi-NCR region. Established in 1988 with the proceeds from the impactful film “Salaam Bombay!” directed by Mira Nair, which shed light on the lives and vulnerabilities of street children, the organization’s history and mission align seamlessly with our commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of these young girls.

CSR Board