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Amphan

Route 2 Root

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WHO ARE WE

We are a group of like-minded people, seeking the answer for life’s most pertinent and vital question,

What are we doing for others?

We, a few Alumni of Jadavpur University, along with some jubilant, present students and friends, were pondering upon this thought from quite sometime and looking for an opportunity to do something for the perishing humanity. So, we took an “Oath to Rejuvenate Our Extinct Humanity” and started a Charitable Initiative to reach out and empower the less privileged. We named this journey BiLoopTo, which in Bengali means ‘extinct’.

Our 4 E's

Environment

Route2Root is our commitment towards reviving the rich green heritage of Kolkata by restoring large trees that have been uprooted by Cyclone Amphan and undertaking massive plantation drives across the city

Education

We reach out to schools in remote villages who have limited access to stationery items like notebooks, pencils, drawing books, crayons and study accessories like school bags and umbrellas

Empowerment

The Gift A Mask initiative provides raw materials to skilled people, who have been affected by job loss due to lockdown, with which they produce masks of superior technology & quality while we channel their products to our partner organizations and do last mile distribution to the needy

Emergency

We provide relief materials during natural disasters that include food ration, health & hygiene accessories and other essentials as per local needs. We have reached out during the floods in Assam & Karnataka and working currently in the Amphan affected areas in the Sunderbans

OUR GROWTH

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Months young initiative
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Trees Restored in 6 Days
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Tonnes of Relief Distributed in 8 Drives Across India
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Masks Distributed

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#BiLoopTo would like to extend its best wishes to Harinavi Srijan on its 15th anniversary.

Srijan is a non-profit, non-government organization based out of Harinavi, Kolkata. The organization is steadily operating a non-residential free primary school under the name of Srijan Vidyapith for poor children at Haral (South). The school started with 30 local kids and currently has 81 students – kids mostly from families that make their meagre income manufacturing high-risk fire-crackers. Srijan also operates a football coaching camp nearby the school building. Srijan’s efforts towards eradicating illiteracy also extends to adult education. Around 12 women in Haral have learnt to read and write with help from Srijan.

Bolstered by the success of the school at Harinavi, Srijan started another primary school in the Sunderbans early this year. When Amphan hit, the temporary school building was razed to the ground. Undeterred, Srijan rebuilt the same and used it to distribute relief materials amongst locals in phases. Talks are currently underway to make a permanent building, so that with the new academic session Srijan can extend the number of students.

Tales such as those of Srijan serve as an inspiration to us. Team #BiLoopTo salutes the determination of Team #Srijan in their efforts to provide the next generation a better future and wishes them the very best in all of their endeavours. Few pictures of Srijan are attached.

Please visit their website www.harinavisrijan.org/ to know more about them.
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Team BiLoopTo wishes everyone a very happy Teacher’s Day and a happy International Charity Day!!!
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3 weeks ago

Biloopto- A Charitable Initiative

These are some pictures from our second plantation drive in Jadavpur University.

We planted 102 plants of 25 different species last Sunday in our second plantation drive. Cumulatively, across the 2 plantation drives, we have planted 162 plants of 35 different species, all of which are native.

We request you to support us and donate for this noble initiative. Even a small contribution from your side can make a lot of difference. One thing we will ensure is that your support and contribution is channelized efficiently for executing strong, impactful projects.

Team Route2Root.

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Update from Route2Root – A BiLoopTo Initiative

Dear Friends,

With all your love and support we planted 102 plants of 25 different species last Sunday in our second plantation drive at Jadavpur University. Cumulatively, across the 2 plantation drives, we have planted 162 plants of 35 different species, all of which are native.

Friends please support us and donate for this noble initiative. Even a small contribution from your side can make a lot of difference. One thing we will ensure is that your support and contribution is channelized efficiently for executing strong, impactful projects.

Warm regards,
Team Route2Root.

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Update from Route2Root – A BiLoopTo Initiative

Dear Friends,

This Sunday, on 30th August, we will have our second plantation drive where we will plant 120 trees of 30 different species in Jadavpur University main campus. We are targeting tree species which are native, attractive to birds & insects and trees which will provide a rich green canopy. As a practice, we would be planting trees which are 4ft -7ft high, followed up by regular maintenance to ensure that each one of them survives in the long term.

With the 111 trees which we had restored earlier and these 200 odd planted trees, we will try in our own humble way, to restore a part of the rich green heritage of Jadavpur University, which was severely impacted due to Cyclone Amphan.

Friends, come and join us in every possible way and let us strive hard together to create a deeper impact in areas of environment and biodiversity.

Warm regards,
Team Route2Root.

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