Beach Clean-up


Friday, September 13, 2019

Ganpatichaturthicelebrations across India are truly unmissable. But have you ever wondered what happens on the last day of Ganpatipuja? The results are heartbreaking. Thousands of idols are immersed after the processions end and the rivers and beaches across India are left dirty. As devotees bid farewell to Lord Ganesh on the final day of Ganesh Chaturthion 12thSeptember, beaches across Mumbai were left in a mess. Debris of idols laid strewn across Mumbai's beaches.
District 3141 initiated the drive of ‘Beach Clean up’ along with BMC and RCMM members with other Rotary clubs joined hands in cleaning up the beach at Dadar. PR. Varsha, IPP Sandhya, Vidula, Sunita, Seema, Pradeepand PP Anandalong with rotaractosjoined in cleaning up the beach.
I wonder, will this ever improve????


Team up for Humanity

We have excellent Partners in Service like NASEOH, Bombay Physical Cultural Association (BPCA) with whom we team up for various humanitarian projects of social relevance.


FCRA Approval

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Rotary Community Corps

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Next Gen

We take pride in having sponsored Rotaract Club of Ramnarain Ruia College, an institution based Rotaract attached to Ruia College, Matunga, Mumbai, which was recently awarded the best college in Maharashtra.