Date: 19th November 2021
After a long break due to this pandemic situation, we organized another foundation activity program. Initially, we thought of spending some time with an old age home but when we came to know about their situation, we couldn’t resist ourselves to help them out from their bad situation.
The old age home is located around 10kms away from Rasulgarh and has around 22 abandoned parents. They all have their own struggle stories and all of them suffered a lot in their life. Few have even lost their mental stability after being betrayed by their own children. By God’s grace, they are somehow being spotted by the owner of the old age home, who is a kind person and runs 3 such old age homes on his own with around 74 people.
After a long break due to the Corona Pandemic, we started our social activity programs again for the society with a good note. This time, we thought of donating some warm clothes to some needy people based outskirts of the city. We started early morning, around 8 am on this cozy winter morning. We took help from Chandaka Police station to locate this tribal village. We were fortunate to get the company of 6 police officers to be with us and being a part of this noble cause.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed our life with an immediate effect. There is a vast difference between life before six months and now. Many people have lost their lives and jobs, with no certainty when this new normal will become a thing of the past. In these self-quarantining times, the real heroes are the doctors, police personnel, municipality employees who are exposed to this threat every day, and working day and night for the social well-being.
Corona Pandemic has adversely affected all our lives and the daily wage earners, people living below the line of poverty are worst hit. Muvi Foundation has been dedicatedly contributing towards society whenever and wherever there is a need. This is a time, we stand in solidarity with efforts made by our government, NGOs and many social workers worldwide. Without any donations or funding, Muvi Foundation has been continuously serving the mankind during this difficult hour. It is solely run on the fund from Muvi, software product development company in Bhubaneswar.
Muvi Foundation has donated Rs 1 lakhs towards the Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund (PM CARES Fund) and Chief Minister’s Relief Fund to fight against COVID-19 pandemic.
Muvi Foundation has always been dedicated to contributing towards society. We strongly believe women play an important role in the upbringing of our society. Empowerment of women is a necessity for the very development of a society, since it enhances both the quality and the quantity of human resources available for development.
We organized a Blood Donation Camp at our office premises in collaboration with Capital Hospital, Bhubaneswar. On our request, Capital hospital facilitated us with their blood collection bus. Muvians volunteered for this noble cause and participated in high numbers making the event a grand success.
Muvi Foundation started the year 2020 with Muvi Marathon
organized in the lush green forests of Chandaka. Chandaka Sanctuary is known
for its splendor and pristinely home to many species, particularly elephants.
Spread over an area of 193.39 Sq.Km on the up land of North-Eastern Ghats of
biotic region, Chandaka sanctuary is a treasure house of biodiversity. The park
is known for successful conservation of elephants which is the principal
species here. It is also a home to several threatened wild animals and birds.
Plantation Program – 10th August 2019
Cyclones are very common in Odisha. We are on an average hit
by 2 cyclones annually. The last names Cyclone Fani caused us great loss. We
were geographically hit at one of the populated districts of Odisha -Puri,
famous for Lord Jagannatha Temple. We lost many souls (humans, animals, birds and
trees). Cyclone Fani was a great set back for us, financially, economically, and
socially. Huge number of trees were uprooted, broken and destroyed. The city
looked mundane, devastated and lost.
Muvi Foundation, as part of its CSR initiatives, visited Jeevan Jyoti Ashram, a Khandagiri-based orphanage. This orphanage is home to many orphaned and rescued kids from the darker side of our society. It gave us immense pleasure for being able to bring a smile on these children face. There are around 140 kids from 3 years of age to 15 years of age.