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22
Mar

Creating a world of givers- The Times of India

The desire to make the world a better place is a noble one, but what’s nobler is to sustain such an inclination, and ensure it grows roots in as many people as possible — Trishya Screwvala’s ideals of altruism go something like this. The 31-year-old looks at volunteering as a powerful antidote against resignation in

07
Apr

Be a mentor (Mid-Day)

The Lighthouse Project, a Mumbai based not for profit youth mentoring programme needs 250 volunteer mentors who will help children from an under-resourced community for just four hours every month. Started in August 2013, The Lighthouse Project connects working professionals and college students with children from under-resourced communities, through one-on-one mentoring. The mentors, who need

Lighting lives (DNA)
13
Sep

Lighting lives (DNA)

The Lighthouse Project, a Mumbai-based not-for-profit youth mentoring programme, needs 250 volunteer mentors who will help children from an under-resourced community for just four hours every month Know More

12
Sep

Spread the Light (Mid Day)

The Lighthouse Project is a recently started mentoring programme that will pair college students and working professionals with children from under-resourced communities.“The image of a solitary lighthouse standing firm, giving direction and light across a wild ocean has always been a powerful image to me,” says Trishya Screwvala, who inspired by the same, has launched