TGG Foundation – a public charitable trust
Only Indian National residing permanently in India can become a Trustee of TGG Foundation (Policy Marking Authority)
One has to give up all their material desires and be a friend, a philosopher and a guide to the family
Laiju, a sustainable living practitioner, is the founder of TGG Foundation, a CSR initiative by The Golden Greens (TGG), a consulting firm owned by him, having its registered office in Bangalore. He is also a member in the Ethics Committee of TGG Foundation.
GG embraces both his expertise and passion in planning and implementing various rural development projects leading its natural way for Laiju and his wife Namitha to establish the TGG Foundation Charitable Trust in 2014 in Wayanad, with the aim of empowering women and youths in rural india through sustainable livelihood creation and connecting the urban people to the natural world. By this initiative, Laiju is able to implement various programs at the ground level, ensuring his involvement in all aspects of operations.
The TGGFCT demonstrates his commitment to develop socially responsible citizen, environmentally conscious developments, respect for elderly people, women and children and spiritually enriched minds for a healthy world.
Namitha, the Co-Founder and Trustee of TGG Foundation Charitable Trust has the capability to efficiently handle the administration and accounts. Completed graduation and MBA, Namitha has profound expertise in financial management with strong interpersonal skills.
During the span of her career, she had competently worked with organizations such as The Terrace, a boutique resort in the Himalayas, The Blue Mountain Estate, Nilgiris as an account Executive. Presently she is working as an Administrative Executive of The Golden Greens.
Namitha will be focusing on creating sustainable income generating activities for women in the rural areas and keeps a close check on all financial aspects of the trust.
Wayanad Country Homes, Onneyar, Vaduvanchal-P.O, Wayanad, Kerala, India