Freshmen’s Valley, a premium dairy brand takes yet another step towards fulfilling its commitment to develop the dairy farming community and create a sustainable socio-economic ecosystem. The brand organized its first ever income generation event by way of Diwali Diya decoration activity which involved skill development and income generation for 25 youth in Bahjoi region.
During this festive season, the brand engaged and trained the students of IT centre at Bahjoi. The students were taught to create Diwali decorations. All the rw materials used in the entire activity were arranged and given to the students by the company at free of cost. The students were given a platform to show their creativity and skill in producing beautifully decorated diyas.
The students across Bahjoi village participated in this week long activity which culminated on October 22, 2016. Over 5000 Diya’s were decorated and sales proceeds given to the youth for their efforts and hardwork.
Speaking on the occasion, Ms. Tanya Joshi – Team Leader, CSR Initiatives at Freshmen’s Valley said, “Through our CSR activities, we always strive for the betterment of the village and villagers across our local communities. Our endeavor is to work for the advancement of the dairy farming community which is aimed at making these farmers and their families economically strong and enhancing their livelihoods. The Diya making activity witnessed active participation from the youths in the village and got tremendous response. This is just a humble beginning to many such activities planned for the future, which we will initiate to help in skill development and income generation for the villagers.”
The company has been committed to its CSR projects and in the month of April 2016, Freshmen’s Valley launched the IT skill development center at Bahjoi with the aim to provide IT education and employment opportunities for the students. The CSR projects initiated by the company is coined as Kaushal Vikas Abhiyan.
Corporate Social Responsibility at Freshmen’s Valley is not merely a compliance, but it is a commitment to undertake initiatives that are designed for the benefit of customers and the dairy farming community. It is an integral part of the business model with the objective of sustainable improvement in living standards of rural communities in which the company operates.