Nurturing Young Leaders through Civic Awareness | Milaap
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Nurturing Young Leaders through Civic Awareness
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of Rs.50,000
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  • PJ

    Created by

    Pankati Jain
  • TB

    This fundraiser will benefit

    The Blue Ribbon Movement

    from Mumbai, Maharashtra

80G tax benefits for INR donations

In a world full of disconnect, disengagement, and distrust among individuals and communities, The Blue Ribbon Movement is on a path to create youth leaders for a better world.

I joined BRM in 2018 as a fellow of the 8th batch of their flagship program, Community Connect Fellowship. Since then I am volunteering with the Movement. The journey in the past two years has been really enriching by coordinating the civic program and co-anchoring the partnerships for the movement. It is really fun to work and hang out with these amazing people from the Movement.
I have become more confident about myself and my abilities. The biggest change that happened in me because of BRM is that from being scared and confused about my career and life, I have now become more patient and thoughtful about it.

About The Blue Ribbon Movement:
 With the idea to create active citizenship among the youth of the society, the movement has traveled a long way with currently running multiple big and small initiatives with 100% consent (Sarvanumati).
The Movement Circle is a group of young individuals who have been through a journey of self-discovery and change in BRM and understand the value of the movement.
BRM Movement Circle believes in the idea of people funded (Jan-adharit) movement where the citizens themselves contribute to the movement which they feel has the potential to bring change.
Various initiatives by BRM:
  • Building Civic Awareness 
    • Community Connect Challenge 
    • Community Connect Fellowship 
  • Community Building 
    • Fools' Forum 
    • Channel 5: Online Listening Spaces 


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