BVC Foundation Plants Over 1,000 Saplings In Mumbai
B.V. Chinai Charitable Trust, also known as BVC Foundation, the philanthropy arm of BVC Group of Companies,
organised its annual tree plantation drive at the Mother Teresa’s Home for the Elders in Mumbai to take a step towards protecting and preserving the environment. More than 500 saplings were planted in the premises of the old age home by BVC employees, who were joined by their spouses and children.
BVC Foundation also donated 500 fruit-bearing trees to Aarey Milk Colony in Goregaon, Mumbai. These plants were provided by Mission Green Mumbai founded by Subhajit Mukherjee, an environmental activist who oversees the largest plantation drive for a green and pollution-free Mumbai. Uday Chinai, chairman, BVC Foundation, said, “Together we have pledged to make the environs beautiful again through our annual tree plantation drive. We are thankful to Mother Teresa’s Home for the Elders for helping us make this initiative successful. We’re delighted to have contributed to improving the environment and making a difference against global warming.”
Bhavik Chinai (right), president of BVC Foundation, lends a hand.