QNET is one of the direct selling front runners and founders in e-commerce based direct selling in Asia. I can describe the company as philanthropic since they have been conducting humanitarian activities under the corporate social responsibility banner of We Care. The We Care initiative supports activities of the disadvantaged people in different sections ranging from personal health to assisting victims of natural calamities. The organization has been able to help the Government Primary School, Sriram Nagar, Hyderabad, by donating water storage facilities. QNET focuses on facilitating the supply of clean drinking water for over eight hundred students by partnering with the Lions Club of Hyderabad, Swarnapuri, Dist. 316F.
The project’s main aim is to make sure that the school has access to operational and properly maintained water and sanitation amenities. QNET’s initiative works in collaboration with the government’s Swachh Bharat Swachh Vidyalaya movement to educate people about the importance of hygiene. QNET intends to continue conducting humanitarian activities regularly through its partnership with the Lions Club. The charity programs will enable the organization to present excellent CRS practices that facilitate community development and improvement of the environment.
QNET has two essential viewpoints that inspire its activities. These philosophies are the InService, which emboldens generosity, and Raise Yourself to Help Mankind (RYTHM). In partnership with dependable non-governmental organizations and community associations such as the Lions Club, QNET has managed to encourage its employees and independent agents to be actively involved in helping the needy people. The organization has been working towards providing basic needs to the poor. QNET donated essential household kits that contained mats, sheets, utensils, and other household items to more than two hundred needy families at Meenambakkam in Chennai, whose homes had been washed away by floods. The company has also donated a Kidney Dialysis Unit that will help in subsidizing the cost of kidney dialysis to the Shirdi Sai Hospital in Devasandra, through the We Care initiative. The company finds its motivation in Mahatma Gandhi’s generous services to the people.
QNET’s parent company, the QI Group of Companies, is a member of the United Nations Global Compact Network, which is the leading corporate sustainability enterprise globally. QNET’s We Care initiative has been supporting health checks at the Home of Hope in Bangalore. Over two hundred poor adults have taken part in a two-month sophisticated health campaign by the using the Nutriplustm Power Protein, which is a health supplement produced by QNET. QNET is part of the Health Foods and Dietary Supplements Association (HADSA) in India.