Taking an important step to save the environment, M3M Foundation has planted more than 200 saplings of neem, jamun, banyan, shehtoot and pipal at the government school in Kaliyaki Toru village in Nuh district in Haryana under the “Sankalp” programme.
M3M Foundation’s President Aishwarya Mahajan and her team were joined by Sarpanch Ramchandra, village people, school principal, teachers and children who participated enthusiastically in collaboration with Sir Syed Trust, taking a pledge to save the environment.
Speaking on this campaign, Dr Payal Kanodia, Trustee, M3M Foundation, said, “The benefits of the Sankalp programme will reach the people at the grassroots level and bring a helpful socio-economic change in rural India. The local community will also be more aware of environmental protection through the initiative. As a responsible organisation, it’s our duty to address all the environmental issues and contribute as much as we can to the welfare of society.”
A school boy, Rehan, said, “Today, we are planting trees with the M3M Foundation, and I am very happy to be involved in this campaign. I feel this is very much needed so that we can protect the environment, humans, animals and birds. It is very important to get some shade. Our earth will survive only when we all plant more and more trees and protect them. I thank the M3M Foundation for this initiative.”