Project’s sole objective is to create lush greenbelts and forests to neutralise the impact of global warming and climate change, creating livelihood to local tribal communities and shelter and home for birds and wild animals. To achieve the set goal, we do innovative, technical, well-structured and responsible planting to heal Mother Nature and help local communities who earn the livelihood from the forest.
Go for Green is a unique, innovative initiative to sensitize and educate school children towards environmental protection and improvement. We believe that our current generation is our future and has the potential to be change makers. It is the belief that fuels our campaign, Go Green Kids will teach and inspire their parents, teachers, elders and friends by adopting a green R3 (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) way of life, by learning how to protect, save and improve environment, reduce pollution, carbon footprints and contribute towards a greener life and society.we started a new trend in college festivals to become NGO partner and try to involve youths in social and green causes during and after college festival.
We provide a common platform and involve youths in social and environmental causes to make them understand the importance of Environment. We encourage the youths to come togetherness to contribute and bring positive change in our society and Mother Nature. Here youth and colleges can showcase their green ideas, thoughts, social leadership, innovation, technology and how they can positively transform environment and society
We organize seminars, presentation and group talk on Green Sustainable Leadership, Sustainable future, Green Idea, Green innovative technology, workshops, old stuff collection drives, tree plantation, Bicycle rally, Roadshow, clean-up drive, Clean & Green campus, Marathon, Human chain for cause and many other activities as per need and requirements.
SEED Foundation Charitable Trust Reg No: TP63018595/19/84/2019. 80G:ITBA/EXM/S/80G/2019-20/1023496626(1). Pan No: AAXTS8112N. NGO Darpan id:TN/2019/0233165