CSR : Goodera facilitates eco drive for Toyota revamping a school in Bengaluru

The eco awareness event organized by Goodera in association with Anthill Creations by using low cost sustainable products

BENGALURU: Goodera, a CSR tech firm recently facilitated an eco-awareness initiative for Toyota in revamping Government Kannada Primary school at Vajrahalli, Bengaluru.

It provided the platform to Toyota to join hands with Anthill Creations for this initiative which involved over 100 Toyota employees creating low cost sustainable play areas using locally available scrap material.

The initiative – expected to benefit over 300 students – entailed construction of play area, planting a kitchen garden, eco-awareness drive and wall painting.

The school was buzzing with energy of the volunteers, teachers and organisers who enjoyed all the activities and interacted with the children. The enthusiastic children also helped them plant trees.

The volunteers then conducted an eco-awareness drive for the students who drew charts on how they could conserve the planets. The high-spirited volunteers made their school and lives more vibrant with this initiative.

“It is the 4th such activity Toyota has taken part in. The Icare program stands for- I care for the Society and my people and I want to do my bit for the society which is why on a holiday they chose to spend their free time with the children refurbishing their school. The group of like-minded people who come together with complete enthusiasm and spirit is what we are all about!”,  Naveen Soni, Vice President, Toyota Kirloskar Motor

“Good has the power to influence mindsets and bring about a positive change in the society by maintaining a right balance in the environment, wherein we all coexist. We are delighted to felicitate this eco-drive for Toyota, celebrating the spirit of its employee volunteerism to bring positive environmental change”, said Richa Bajpai, Founder at Goodera.

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