DEC 21 2022
A group of volunteers from the Young Indians Mangalore Chapter, a part of the Confederation of Indian Industry, took up the initiative to organize a beach cleanliness drive in Mangalore in which close to 10 tons of waste was cleaned.
The beach cleanup project, organized in 2020, was part of a series of activities aimed at creating a positive impact on society by engaging with people across all age groups in Mangalore. The main motive behind this initiative was not just a clean Mangalore but also encouraging and promoting acts for the betterment of the environment and society at large.
We were told about this initiative by our CEO- Dikshith Rai, who was the chairman of the Young India Mangaluru Chapter at the time. He had the valuable experience and knowledge of local government issues having worked with the noble organization before. He had been involved in various awareness activities including Swachh Bharat Mission as well as many other community programs out of which this initiative was a part of.
CodeCraft along with its employees had always been very active in social causes, one of our initiatives being sustainable coexistence, and now again joined hands with Young Indians to make Mangalore cleaner by sending in volunteers for the beach cleanup.
In a world where we use more resources than anyone can imagine, it is important to take steps to ensure a better tomorrow. Together we can make an impact and there are many ways to get involved. A small act like picking up trash at the beach could go a long way towards improving our environment.
Getting involved in a project like this beach cleanup gave us the opportunity to give back to our community, make a positive impact on our surroundings and learn more about our environment. We hope to join hands with Young Indians again in their efforts for a better and cleaner Indis