Green Yatra Trust focuses on the protection, conservation and improvement of Mother Nature, as well as humanity. Their sole objective is to pass on a habitable, pollution free Earth to future generations.
Some of their activities for 2012-13 were as follows:
Zaroorat: A program that promotes child education and provides basic necessities, such as; clothes, books, and toys to the poor. Items are sorted, sewed, packaged, transported, and distributed to rural areas and urban slums throughout India.
Child Education: An initiative to educationally adopt underprivileged children and send them to school by financially supporting basic educational needs, such as; books, stationery, bags, uniforms, and tuition fees.
Plant a Tree: Public and corporate participation and support is encouraged to gift, donate, plant and/or adopt trees for home or office on different occasions and celebrations.
Systematic Waste Management: SWM is a project to make the planet garbage and pollution free, creating more green space and resources. SWM is a scientific, organised process of analysis, collection storage, transportation, segregation, processing and disposal of solid refuse residuals in an engineered sanitary landfill. It ensures zero carbon emission and minimal or no landfill.
Go Green Kids: An innovative international environmental educational non-profit initiative where children aged 6 to 18 years teach and inspire their parents, elders, teachers and friends by going green in daily life. Children learn to be more respectful of the planet, to reduce pollution, recycle and contribute to a greener life for everyone.
Go Green Ganesha: A fight against harmful plaster-of-paris Ganesha idols. Green Yatras goal is to save marine life and protect by adopting eco-friendly Ganesha idols.
Green Societies, Green Earth: Green Yatra started this initiative to bring together people of a housing society for a green cause. Different social and environmental events are organised for all age groups, like; tree plantation, society clean up drives, collection drives, presentations, workshops, competitions and discussions. Green Yatra encourages the community to go green together.
Income Rs12 lac
Expense Rs11 lac
Source : Audit Report 2013
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