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Zomato CEO Donates $90 Million For Education of Delivery Partners’ Children

In an inward correspondence to workers, Goyal said he will give the whole sum (net of charges) to Zomato Future Foundation.

Food delivery organization, Zomato’s pioneer and CEO Deepinder Goyal have given Rs 700 crore ($90 million), the whole returns he got from adapting a piece of his worker investment opportunity plans (ESOPs), towards the schooling of offspring of conveyance accomplices.

In an inward correspondence to workers, Goyal said he will give the whole sum (net of charges) to Zomato Future Foundation.

The establishment will give Rs 50,000 every yearly (per kid) for the schooling of up to two offspring of all conveyance accomplices who have been on its armada for over five years and Rs 1 lakh for each annum on the off chance that the accomplice has finished 10 years with the organization.

“Service thresholds of 5/10 years will be lower for women delivery partners. We will also have special programs for girl children and introduce ‘prize money’ if a girl completes 12th grade, as well as her graduation,” he wrote in his email.

Well beyond these rules, the establishment will give advanced education grants to kids with better execution and potential instructive and work support for the groups of all conveyance accomplices (independent of administration residency) who meet with lamentable conditions, for example, mishaps while at work.

The sum was raised when Goyal vested a piece of the ESOPs conceded to him just before the organization opened up to the world in July 2021.

“This is just the start. As and when needed, we will keep expanding and re-evaluating the scope of this foundation to benefit our ecosystem further. To reap the most benefit for ZFF, and protect the interests of our shareholders, I do not intend to liquidate all these shares immediately, but over the next few years. For the first year, I will liquidate less than 10 per cent of these ESOPs towards this fund,” he wrote.

In the future, the foundation will accept donations from other Zomato employees and will explore other fundraising opportunities. The company will set-up an independent governance board for the foundation.

“I am especially pumped for what this Foundation will do for our delivery partner’s children – I believe that education is the one and only thing that can give them a chance to build a life much better than their previous generations. I also hope that some of these kids grow up to leading the charge at various businesses that we build within Zomato over time, in addition to starting new companies that change the future course of our country,” he concluded.




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