TT Player Sharath Kamal & Vijayraghavendra,Kunal Chowdhari, Pravesh Jain, Vipul Jain, Rajesh Bohara and members of MART 100 launched two new flagship initiatives, JAL 100 (A Water Conservation Project) and WISH 100 at Jaigopal Garodia Govt Girls HS School Virugambakkam
The projects were launched in the presence of India’s star table tennis player and Chief Guest Padma Shri Sharath Kamal, Guest of Honours Area Chairman RTI Vijayraghavendra, Area Secretary Tr. Kunal Chowdhari, Area Project Convenor Pravesh Jain, Chairman MART 100 Vipul Jain and members of Madras Anchorage Round Table 100, Area 2.
The launch was done at Jaigopal Garodia Govt Girls HS School Virugambakkam in the present of Management and teachers of the school which has more than 3,000 students.
Madras Anchorage Round Table 100 (‘MART 100’) under its new initiative JAL 100 has tied up with Earth Fokus to save 100 Million litres of water by installing water saver nozzles. JAL 100 was implemented in Jaigopal Garodia Govt Girls HS School Virugambakkam wherein 1.9 Million litres of water will be saved per annum.
MART 100 also initiated WISH 100 project wherein they plan to fulfill wishes of underprivileged children or terminally ill children. This initiative was also kicked off by distributing uniforms, books and sports equipments wished by 250+ students of Jaigopal Garodia Govt Girls HS School, Virugambakkam.
Commenting on this, Vijayraghavendra, Area Chairman and Vipul Jain, Chairman MART 100 said:
“Water conservation is the need of the hour and this initiative aims to save 100 million litres of water in and around Chennai. RTI’s motto is Freedom Through Education, and we are enhancing this by fulling wishes of underprivilege children. The society at large will be benefited from these two initiatives by Round Table India powered by Madras Anchorage Round Table 100. We will continue to offer our support and to help as many children as possible.”
For more details about the initiative and how you can contribute towards it, please reach out to Madras Anchorage around Table 100 on their social media pages.