RSH Global Contributes to Haryali for Green Amphan Recovery
RSH Global undertook several measures to conserve nature and spread awareness regarding nature conservation all of last year in Kolkata. RSH Global partnered with the Rotary Club of Calcutta Yuvis and joined their mission “Hariyali” which is aimed at reversing the terrible damage caused to Kolkata’s greenery by the devastating cyclone Amphan. RSH Global joined hands as a co-host and undertook sapling plantation project The Green Expedition at Dhyan Ashram & St. Xavier’s College, Raghavpur.
Tree saplings were also distributed to 20 villages under Dakshin Barasat Gram Panchayat Joynagar, The Tollygunge Club and The Royal Calcutta Golf Club. In total, the Company planted about 4,500 saplings. Additionally, the Company stepped up its efforts and joined hands with the government and community by contributing around Rs. 21,00,000/- for Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations or PM-CARES fund for COVID-19 relief along with other efforts.
Sunil Agarwal, Chairman, RSH Global Private Limited, said, “We are entering the new year with a positive outlook and as a successful, homegrown business, we understand the need and the joy of giving back to the community. We have all been suffering the brunt of the global healthcare crisis, and we realize that different segments of the society have had worse effects of this crisis.”
RSH Global Pvt Ltd collaborated with the Rotary Club of Calcutta Yuvis Charitable Trust to also upgrade Abul Kalam Azad Academy School. With the joint efforts, the school has added G+1 structure and 5 toilets. The Company also undertook the renovation of the School for which they sanctioned about Rs. 5,29,000. These efforts have been taken to help in mitigating the negative impacts of Coronavirus related global healthcare crisis, and other issues at a community level.