PROJECT - 1
CLEAN INDIA - GREEN INDIA CAMPAIGN BY HEARTS@WORK
PROJECT - 1 @ V.R. POPAWALA CHILDREN’S HOME, SURAT, GUJARAT, INDIA
Sunday, 5th June 2016, was World Environment Day. We at Hearts@work a Zenitex Initiative are continuously working in the direction of Environmental Protection. Sunday, 5th June 2016 too, we celebrated the “World Environment Day” in a unique way. As pledged, we would be planting trees throughout the year wherever, we will find place for planting and people who are willing to take care of the trees for at least six months to one year until the young plants are strong enough to take care of themselves on their own. To inaugurate the Campaign of “Clean India – Green India”, Hearts@work team led by Mr. Viral S. Desai, Founder of Hearts@work and CEO of Zenitex, along with Committee Members of Gateway Ladies Club, Surat, namely Mrs. Yashaswiniben Jariwala, Mrs. Jugesh Kohli and Mrs. Anju Sethi, visited “Vrundavan Ranchhoddas Popawala Children Home (V.R. Popawala)” in Surat. The beautiful campus of the Children Home was chosen as the venue of the inauguration of the campaign. There, along with the kids of the Child Care Home, 200 “AsoPalav” trees were planted. During the interaction, the children there were found to be very well mannered, energetic and passionate. Since, children are the future and the future is for them, it was an apt location wherein, the kids got involved enthusiastically and wholeheartedly in the tree planting programme. Moreover, they pledged their support and promised that they will take care of these plants and see them grow in to full grown trees. We at Hearts@work and Zenitex, call upon all responsible citizens to come and “Join us to a true commitment to our environment - Join us in the serenity of leaving to our children a planet in equilibrium” - “JOIN THE RACE TO MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE”.
Thanks & Regards
– A Zenitex Initiative
Etched In The Memory –
The innocent lost faces, the strong will to survive and the joyful bliss of their laughter, stole our hearts and mesmerized us all and sundry. The kids at the Orphanage were bubbling with life and active in all aspects of life. What depression life had stamped on them, they were quite effortlessly shrugging it off their minds and bodies. One the kid not only planted a tree, but, immediately also created a fence out of broken floor tiles. This was an act which sweeped us all off our feet and this chap was appreciated by all. This encouraged other kids too to do creative things to save the tree they have planted.