Camlin Events

At Kokuyo Camlin, we believe in taking up the initiative to give back to the community and bring smiles whenever possible. Browse through the Camlin events and individual photo galleries to learn more.

CSR - Assam Flood

There was a flood in Assam in the month of August 2017, Kokuyo Camlin helped kids of Assam with the Notebooks for their regular study. This activity was done in association with Child Help Foundation Trust. Note books as donated by Kokuyo Camlin were distributed in following Villages of Dist Lakhimpur, Assam.

Villages - Tatibahar, Rangatira, Kalyanpur, Bongaon, Lakhimpur

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Children's day celebration with CRY.

As part of the Children’s Day festivities, Kokuyo Camlin joined hands with the CRY Foundation, and got over 100 underprivileged kids to visit KidZania, the global indoor theme park in Mumbai. There were fun-filled activities that were organized for these children. The children participated in a quiz competition and received Camlin goodies. They had a whale of a time at the Camlin Art & Craft Studio at Kidzania, and enjoyed themselves painting. The kids also had some delicious lunch and were quite happy with their Camlin goodies. All in all it was a fun and pleasurable experience for these children.

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Green Heroes paint the town green, this Children's Day

Kokuyo Camlin celebrated Children's Day with an art competition on the theme of 'Green Heroes' in two prominent schools in Mumbai. Over 500 students showcased their creativity and imaginative skills in creating usable items out of waste products. Well-known actress Sagarika Ghatge was the chief guest at these competitions and selected eight winners from each school.

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Camlin Draws For Drought

To raise money for the drought affected areas across the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra, Camlin’s ‘Draws for Drought’ brought 60 known artists together for the activity. Partnering with the Vandana Foundation, the auctioning of the artwork of these artists brought in funds to help with the affected areas.

Camlin Wall Art Project

It started in a small village in Bihar and spread to various parts of the country; Camlin’s Wall Art Project is another creative activity from the company to help make learning more enjoyable for children. Kokuyo-Camlin’s Indo-Japanese group of artists were on hand to help the children decorate their classrooms and transform them into creative spaces for learning.

Camel Colour’s Cartist Project

Camlin’s Cartist project is certainly one of the most creative ways to bring artists together. 10 Tata Nanos were transformed into rolling works of art in Jaipur. Using Camel Artists’ Acrylic Colours as the medium, these artistic individuals seemed quite excited to showcase their talents on such a unique canvas.

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