Join with us to make a career as well as serve the nature.

Initiatives under foundation

Shelter for Sparrow

Sparrows are in danger, they may survive IF WE HELP by ensuring they get the right feed and the ideal nesting place. Ecological responsibility and awareness remain integral to our thoughts of growth. Through this initiative, we show our love for the environment and our surroundings by providing technically correct sparrow-shelters as complimentary gifts. In addition, feeding birds using an in-built feeder helps maintain hygiene, avoids wastage of grains, and gives the birds a continuous supply of feed all through the year.

The World of Affirmations

We have all gone through one of the scariest times of our lives during the last two years of the pandemic. There is a lot of negativity in society due to the COVID virus. Fear of the pandemic has spread to peoples minds. We have started this initiative to exercise and upgrade our thinking. By participating in this affirmative writing exercise, i.e. writing these lines early in the morning (during 4 – 7 AM), one can invite positive thoughts in their subconscious mind. Let’s practice positive thinking and commit to good health for ourselves and our family.

One Man Business Show

As Warren Buffet says, “Bad news is an investor’s greatest friend.” Meaning that new opportunities are found even in bad times. With the same thought, we have started an initiative, ‘One Man Business Show’. Any educated young individual from Maharashtra wanting to start his business – full-time, part-time, or Work from home – can immensely benefit from this program. You will get career guidance from real estate industry experts.

The Human Library

Rather than gaining information by reading books, it is best to spend an hour with a knowledgeable person at a table. In Denmark, there are libraries where you can borrow a person instead of a book to listen to their life story for 30 minutes. The goal is to fight against prejudice. Every person has a title: “unemployed”, “refugee”, “bipolar”, etc. – but when you hear their story, you realize how much you shouldn’t “judge a book by its cover”. This innovative and brilliant project is active in over 50 countries. It’s called ‘The Human Library’