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TO THE NEW’s CSR initiative, Pahal, aims to support causes that impact life meaningfully. We give back to society in different ways that leave a positive impact on the lives of people and communities. With monthly campaigns, our partnerships with NGOs and regular collection of funds, we keep the CSR wheel well oiled and continue to contribute to society. Along the way, we have built beautiful relationships with people and communities to create an equitable society.

All our CSR efforts fall into two programs under the Pahal Initiative.
  • To drive various social engagements under Pahal, we leave the Paatra platform open for our Newers to contribute through monetary donation. The funds collected in the Paatra at the end of each cycle are equally matched by TO THE NEW, before donating to a charity or a non-profit.

  • As a long term commitment, we have established a partnership with Prayas Vidyalaya to support the underprivileged children and help them move forward. TO THE NEW’s team supports their education and ensures maximum aid in terms of time and money.

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    Saarthi is a Newer-driven initiative under our engagement with Prayas Vidyalaya where our Newers volunteer as mentors for underprivileged students. Each volunteer is assigned 2-3 students that they personally mentor & observe, and record their growth. This initiative involves committing and contributing 1 hour a week by each volunteer. In that hour the volunteers run a session to help and guide their students with studies, career choices, personal problems, and talent grooming.

Our Recent CSR Activities
Team Pahal launches ‘Saarthi’, a mentorship program for underprivileged students
Collaborating with Prayas Vidyalaya, under the umbrella of our CSR initiative Pahal, we’re proud to have launched the ‘Saarthi’ program where volunteers from TO THE NEW have taken up mentor roles for about 50+ students. The mentorship involves committing and contributing an hour a week by each volunteer for a session in which they help and guide the students with studies, career choices, personal problems, and talent grooming.
Contribute to the lives of children with special needs
Team Pahal visited the National Association for the Blind in New Delhi to provide basic amenities such as bed sheets and blankets for children with special needs. The evening concluded with dinner and a few fun activities for the kids.
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Tree plantation drive for a greener environment
TO THE NEW’s Go-Green initiative under the aegis of Pahal, conducted a tree plantation drive in association with Tender Heart, an NGO working on the provisions of social & educational opportunities for the underprivileged. 25 Members of Pahal planted 100+ trees in The Shriram Millennium School, Sector 135, Noida.
Support and take care of the elderly
Team Pahal along with Newers visited the Guru Vishram Vridh Ashram and spent a few hours with around 110 elderly people. Our Newers chatted with them, indulged in some art and craft, danced and shared a few laughs.The Old Age Home is a non-profit organization that is running a free service for the elderly who are either abandoned or lost and cannot take care of themselves.
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Help people struggling for amenities
Team Pahal conducted a blanket distribution drive. Our team of 16 volunteers went around prominent areas of Delhi/ NCR over the weekend and distributed more than 105 blankets to the poor and homeless to help survive the chilly winter. The smiles on the faces of these people were a true reward for all the effort that our Pahal team put in.
Prayas brings out the creative talent of children
Spread over two weeks, the sessions at Prayas Vidyalaya, were full of informative discussions and active participation. The children never fail to amaze us with their creativity and enthusiasm to put their best foot forward. Our volunteers taught the young minds some useful English phrases, gave them insights and a chance to discuss world affairs in English.
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