I became a volunteer for TREE Craze in November 2018. I was instantly drawn to the NGO because of its efforts and passion on trying to save this world. The manner in which they go about achieving this daunting task falls directly in line with my belief that in order to make a difference, we need to start with the children. They are, after all, the ones who will be taking over from us in a few years' time. I am looking forward to continuing my work with TREE Craze. This NGO will make a big impact.
While working with TREE Craze Foundation, I got to know so much about Ganga, rivers, and environment. Also, I was involved in the development of community engagement for river rejuvenation program, which has given such a different perspective of involving local people into government programs.
TREE Craze Foundation has such a unique model to involve women who are on break. It not only provides confidence but also makes them remain connected to their field. I am very pleased to support TREE Craze in developing their school awareness program which does not limit to increasing awareness, but lead them to take guided actions, and finally advocate for Ganga, river, and environment
My association with TREE Craze is not only about helping the environment and rejuvenating rivers but also an outlet for me to express what I feel through the medium of art. TCF has helped me connect with rivers in a never before manner
My association with TREE Craze Foundation started with Meri Yamuna Mere Ghat program. I started joining them every Sunday at Kalindi Kunj Ghat. The team and volunteers of TREE Craze Foundation are really passionate about the cause of environment and rivers. I try to join them during their clean up drives and capture photographs which is my medium of showing support to the cause and organization.
TCF recognizes the power of collaborative working and accordingly, is systematically building up a
partnership with credible, capable and willing organizations to create an ecosystem committed to its core objectives.
National Mission for Clean Ganga is the implementation agency for Namami Gange Programme, under Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, Government of India set up with the mandate of effective pollution abatement, conservation, and rejuvenation of river Ganga. TCF is working hand in hand with NMCG in all of its initiatives.
Wabag is one of the world's leading companies in water treatment space. It is an Indian multinational company, pioneering in sustainable water solutions and has recently delivered the STP Project at Varanasi. They are also implementing the most challenging industrial waste-water treatment project at Kanpur. VA Tech Wabag is funding the web portal and prizes of Ganga Quest.
Established in 1982, WII is an autonomous institute under Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change, Government of India. It is an internationally acclaimed Institution, which offers training program, academic courses and advisory in wildlife research and management. WII is supporting Ganga Quest and other initiatives as knowledge partner.
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