At Swarup Foundation we believe, Charity begins at home ! We need to strive hard to bring about the change we want to see around us as the responsibility lies upon us. We conduct various effective campaigns and programs with the aim of maintaining cleanliness and make our city a better place to live in.
Realising the importance of maintaining a healthy environment, we have being organising Tree Plantation drives since past few years and are going strong day by day. Staying true to our culture of involving people from all strata of the society in noble causes, we have arranged plantation drives from corporate office premises to fertile forest lands. Needless to say, our endeavour over the years has been largely successful and experienced active participation from all age groups and genders.
Though Cleanliness is next to Godliness, it is disappointing to see garbage strewn all around the city. Hence we initiate frequent cleanliness drives to make a clean and green city. This also helps us to establish the importance of hygiene amongst children and the society in general. This way we encourage our students to achieve their vision of a prosperous and beautiful environment through embarking the real community spirit.
Building on strong community support, Swarup Foundation does not want to limit itself just for cleaning of streets but also wants to engage in beautifying forts and other tourist sites that resemble symbols of our cultural heritage.
Happiness is a subjective term and it beholds in the mind of the beholder. Living a self-sufficient life often does not allow us a chance to realize the privileges provided to us by dear life. But one look at the less fortunate ones around us makes us understand importance of the Happiness bestowed upon us.
Life is all about sharing what we have, as what we give comes back to us. Simply put in, who would not like to get Happiness in compounded quantities in their life. Swarup Foundation takes this thought a step further by distributing happiness in various forms by serving the under privileged and less fortunate brethren in the society.