Mumbai: BVC Foundation, a philanthropy arm of Indian secure logistics behemoth, BVC Logistics, announced the successful completion of the 6th edition of the ‘BVC DOO Initiative’ (Donate to Orphanages and Old Age Homes). The initiative this year covered 30 cities across the length and breadth of the country.
The BVC Foundation partnered with Group Satellite and Wadhwa Group to collect tens of thousands of books, equivalent stationery and clothes to support 32000+ under-privileged children across 100 orphanages in the country. More than 1500 senior citizens were also gifted clothes. The drive was conducted between May 13-18, 2022.
The motive behind the DOO Initiative is to empower under-privileged children with the right tools for knowledge and learning so as to create the right aspirations in these young hearts. Their successful education is of paramount importance to uplift them to have a better life as well as create value and add to India’s growth story.
Mr. Bhavik Chinal, of BVC Foundation said, “Uplifting our society is the purpose of BVC. Kids in orphanages didn’t have an equal starting point in life, and we feel their pain. To aid in levelling the playing field, BVC has made a small contribution to kids across India, to fuel their aspirations and make them realise someone cares. We contributed to over 30,000 kids in 100 orphanages and had a collection drive in over 30 cities. The gratitude expressed by kids has been heartening. We’re thankful to each contributor for making a difference to the future of our country & we hope to collectively make an even larger contribution in 2023.”