India CSR News Network
THANE: Over 300 volunteers comprising employees of Kalpataru Group, Thane’s flagship Mall KORUM and its patrons, and residents of Siddhachal and Tarangan societies participated in the “Majhe Sunder Thane” (My City Clean Thane) initiative organized by Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) on Sunday, 23rd October from 8 am to 10am.
These volunteers participated in the cleanup of the service road outside KORUM Mall and the vicinity of Siddhachal and Tarangan societies, Thane.
‘Majhe Sunder Thane’ organized by the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) involved the community coming together to clean public spaces across the City such as roads, railway stations, malls, community recreation areas, residential and commercial complexes, among others. Thousands of enthusiastic participants from all over Thane participated in the hugely successful drive.
Kalpataru Group has a strong community outreach programme spanning Education, Preventive Healthcare and Environment Conservation. The company’s employee volunteering programme ‘Sparsh’ provides a platform for employees to contribute their time, skills and resources towards identified community outreach activities. The company is also actively involved with the Rashtriya Netra Yagna intervention which seeks to reduce avoidable blindness.
Kalpataru Group recently sponsored the creative makeover of 4 railway stations on the Central and Western suburban lines in Mumbai, which included Thane, Mulund, Santacruz and Goregaon, under the Hamara Station Hamari Shaan initiative. Employees from Kalpataru along with other volunteers cleaned and painted booking windows, platform entrances, railings and foot over-bridges to transform the look and feel of these stations.