India CSR News Network
MUMBAI: When E-Commerce oriented startups are struggling to serve their newly acquired clientele right, Vamaship, world’s first integrated logistics platform is fulfilling the brand’s social responsibility through a heartwarming initiative, ‘The BVC DO Initiative’.
In an attempt to reach out to the underprivileged children of the country and aid them with clothing and essential stationery, Vamaship is lending their full support as the logistics partner.
As a part of Vamaship’s CSR strategy, they will ship smiles and love through this kind initiative to over 15000 kids in orphanages across the country. The ‘BVC DO initiative’ invited corporates and officials to contribute clothes, books and stationery at BVC offices across 29 cities including Mumbai from 2 May onwards for a week, which will be shipped to orphanages in 25 states with the shipping expertise of Vamaship. They expect to distribute thousands of books, clothes weighing over 4 tons.
To empower the mission and vision of BVC Foundation, they are initiating this nationwide drive which would gather make a difference to thousands of less fortunate children.
“Team Vamaship is delighted to partner with BVC Foundation for the DO Initiative and in making a difference to over 15,000 kids. We will continue to partner with NGOs in different initiatives, not only because of our corporate responsibility but because of our strong belief in helping each stakeholder”, Bhavik Chinai, CEO of Vamaship said.
Launched in October 2015, Vamaship is a revolution in logistics that connects shippers with industry’s best logistics companies. Vamaship as a market place facilitates shipments to over 19,500 pin codes in India and to 200 countries from India. With a nationwide network of partners, Vamaship brings the best of technology and logistics to create a seamless shipping experience.
It has a vision & mission to become the world’s shipping partner and to set global benchmarks in service quality, growth rate and stakeholder satisfaction, respectively.