BVC Foun­da­tion Plants Over 1,000 Saplings In Mum­bai

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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.

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