REF BAGS THE WORLD CSR DAY CONGRESS & AWARDS
The Resourceful Education Foundation (REF), was awarded for Education and Learning at the World CSR Day Congress and Awards ceremony held at Taj Lands End, Bandra, Mumbai on 18th Feb. 2020.
The World CSR Day Congress and Awards were presented by ET NOW at a glittering ceremony held with top speakers from all around the globe.
The REF was in the nomination category for the Organizational Awards and emerged the winner for Education and Learning. The Resourceful Education Foundation gained recognition based on the outreach and achievements of the NGO within a short period.
The Resourceful Education Foundation (REF), an NGO founded by Mr Amarpal Singh, Alumni of IIM, Bangalore has made landmark contributions to society within two years.
“ I am extremely pleased and honoured that our NGO has been felicitated on such a big platform like the World CSR Day Congress and Awards. I like to thank Dr R L Bhatia, Chief Editor and Founder of World CSR Day for having created such a magnanimous platform to felicitate and showcase NGOs,” said Mr Amarpal Singh on an emotional note.
“This award will boost the energy of the team of our organization. I would like to dedicate this award to all our well wishers, donors and college heads who have been very supportive in our work,” said Dr Rotash Kanwar, Director REF.
The Resourceful Education Foundation, NGO, was incorporated on April 23, 2018, based in Wakad, Pune. The NGO has rapidly picked up pace since then and helped underprivileged deserving students to reach their goal. The REF has tightened the grip on education for all by further supporting governments endeavour by focussing on underprivileged students and CSR funds utilization.
The World CSR Day Congress and Awards is a benchmark to recognize excellence throughout the industry. The Award focuses on the contribution of the respective Individual, Project, Organizations and technologies that have excelled in the use and development and presented to respective companies/Individual that have demonstrated leadership who are an epitome of excellence in their chosen area of interest.
The “World CSR AWARD” is both exciting and challenging and forward-looking companies look to make the most out it. The award is designed to facilitate investment, foster innovation, enhance skill development, and the respective companies who embrace and encourage best practice and the continuous advancement across a range of disciplines and is a great platform to get recognized. Companies are rewarded for the nature and complexity of their project, their ability to objectively demonstrate their value and effectively communicate its significance to others.
The World CSR Day Congress and Awards got off to a glittering start at Mumbai with global speakers taking centre stage to highlight their point of view on social and global matters. The host ET NOW presented the World CSR Day Congress and Awards in the presence of leading corporates and NGOs from all around the globe.
The packed ballroom provided evidence that the audience was eager to know the outcome of their laboured work.
The founder of the World CSR Day Congress and Awards Dr R L Bhatia welcomed the guests and opened the event showcasing a documentary on being a good human being rather than creating divide using the caste factor.
The ballroom rose as the national anthem was played and what followed thereafter was a series of awards being handed out to deserving individuals, corporates and NGOs.
The REF NGO, was spear-headed by Mr Amarpal Singh, CEO Founder of the NGO along with his son Arindam Singh.
The award was in recognition of the work done by the NGOs and the REF emerged a clear winner.
Mr Amarpal Singh received the trophy, and citation at the hands of Almas Jiwani, President, CEO Emeritus UN Women Canada NC, Almas Jiwani Foundation. Almas is a vocal champion for gender equality.