A group of thoughtful citizens forms the Pratima Foundation Trust. The trust has since been working on a wide range of environmental concerns, such as lake restoration, urban tree protection, afforestation, pollution prevention, water rights, and pollution-related livelihood issues. We occasionally engage in the arts as well. To give kids a touch of nature, we often arrange events. Working with numerous academic institutions and research groups, we consistently incorporate peer-reviewed scientific facts into policy and decision-making. When necessary, we present it in court and to the police. Democracy is something that we practice.
Pratima Foundation Trust has designed several volunteering models to enable individuals get involved in community despite their time constraints. Volunteering is made easy as it caters to the individual’s interests and convenience, time availability and location.
Weekend Volunteering: Spare a few hours on weekends. This is ideal for professionals and college students.
Weekday Volunteering: Give few hours for 2-3 days during the week. This is suitable for housewives and retirees.
Humanity Vacation: Volunteer every day for 1 month or more. Typically, college students serve during their semester breaks.