About Quick Heal Foundation

At Quick Heal, a strong sense of social responsibility is an integral part of our value system. As a responsible corporate citizen, we focused on well-being, education and protection to the society as a key driver to our Social Responsibility programmes. We effectively leverage our advanced technological strengths, and diverse resources.

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Our Causes

Community Welfare

Community Welfare

A country flourishes when its people flourish. Providing humanitarian aid has always been one of the key goals of our CSR initiative. We focus on supporting economically disadvantaged to build lives and livelihoods by providing basic infrastructure, medical relief.

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Education offers the youth a foundation to achieve their potential as it impacts not only the standard of living, but how life is lived. We focus on providing such avenues to the adolescents especially from the economically disadvantaged sections of the society.

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Cybersecurity Awareness

Cybersecurity Awareness

Each and every one of us needs to do our part to make sure that our online lives are kept safe and secure. That's what Quick Heal Foundation propagates is to spreading cybersecurity awareness and encouraging especially students to stay safe online.

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Latest Stories

15 Feb 2019

Pathnatya - A strong mean of creating awareness

Street plays are an important tool in creating awareness, empowering the youth and expressing positively. These plays have strength to st...

14 Jan 2019

Another feather in the cap of Quick Heal Foundatio...

It is a moment of pride to get recognized by Mr. Makarand Ranade, Add.Commissioner of Police, Pimpri Chinchwad. It marks a milestone for Qui...

04 Jan 2019

Awareness on Child Sexual Abuse by PCMC Police in ...

Police interaction session on Child Sexual Abuse was conducted in Nav Maharashtra Junior College. Information about The Protection of Chi...


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