FLP India under Rex Maughan Forever Giving Foundation, Join hands over an innovative CSR project
Gurugram (Haryana) [India], March 14: Continuing the legacy and charitable work of its founder, Mr. Rex Maughan, Forever Living Products (India) and Forever Giving Foundation, today announced a CSR initiative by the organisation to provide free online access to curriculum-linked educational content to government school students in the state of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, this year. The program, which is ideated by Mumbai-based Seva Sahayog Foundation, and executed by ConnectEd Technologies, an EdTech social enterprise, aims to provide quality vernacular educational content to government school students, in a bid to improve learning outcomes.
Improving the lives of women and children around the world has always been a constant for Forever Giving Foundation and, as part of this program close to 10,000 students from government schools across Maharashtra, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh will be provided with free online access to a web and mobile app platform. The platform contains quality educational content in local languages that is in-sync with the respective State Board curriculums, and can be viewed online or downloaded onto a device for viewing later. Initially, the initiative aims to benefit students from government schools located in Mohali district of Haryana, and Meerut in Uttarpradesh. Subsequently, the initiative will scale to students from other regions.
On the occasion of this announcement, Mr. Harish Singla, Country Sales Manager, Forever Living Products India said, “As a responsible and caring brand, Forever Living Products India have been leading on the CSR front since the beginning whether its contributing 2 million meals for ‘Rise Against Hunger’ or contributing 100 thousand USD to PM Care Fund. The funds will help the students in providing digitally deployed curriculum-linked educational content to govt. school students. Apart from this there are many other initiatives in the pipeline which will be announced in due course of time.”