DRIVING CHANGE WITH THE COMMUNITY, FOR THE COMMUNITY
GIVE PAPER BACK - GPB!
An innovative and highly beneficial bridge to empower under privileged children with all resources they need for education. YFS collaborates with volunteers and recycling unused papers and books.
2,84,000 books collected | 1,400 volunteers | 82,000 children benefited
REVIVING OUR WATER ECOSYSTEM
YFS is making giant strides in reviving our lakes, building new water bodies and sustaining our waters. Depleting natural water bodies is a global crisis and YFS is striving to make a viable difference with its volunteer community.
Check our efforts in reviving
Sriram lake, Hyderabad:
Bindu Sagar lake, Bhubaneswar, is cleaned,
plastic-free and revived:
JOURNEY OF AWARENESS, REACH & IMPACT
Several initiatives with the support of individual and corporate volunteers are making the journey of transformation, impactful and advantageous for our ECOLOGY.
We have worked across the country along with our volunteer work forces, tirelessly and continually. As our numbers grow, here is a sneak peek into the cities we have impacted.
Hotspots of our environment-centric activities:
Sirsi | Dehradun
Plantation Drive @ Ramakrishma Math, Bengaluru
River/Lake Cleanup Drives
Harisru Aahara & Hasiru Arogya began in 2013 as an initiative to bring back awareness about our traditional foods and the importance of following them. Health has been of major concerns for the past few years now. This leads us to the question of why are we facing these?
Is it lifestyle disorders or the food we consume or both?
Here at Hasiru Aahara, we are on a drive to rejuvenate the lost food wisdom, culture and take forward the cuisine & culture to the next generation. Many years before packaged food arrived, food was always considered both nourishment and medicine, to our body, but the way we eat today, by contrast, is vastly different. Traditional food were initially only local, seasonal produce and was consumed according to that particular region and climate. It is our motive to bring back the same methods into food habits of growing and cooking the local, seasonal produce. In order to bring back the lost sync with our culture, climate and cuisine and also to ensure our next generation make healthy choices, its important that we start by choosing these food and lifestyle ourselves and live them.
Swara Vana, a park, dedicated for plant species whose wood is used in making musical instruments for classical music instruments.