Multiple Initiatives Towards Upliftment
Welcome to the virtual home of MITU
MITU (Multiple Initiatives Towards Upliftment) is focused on driving, participating and supporting various activities for the less fortunate sections of society. This is a platform to share ideas and channel funds for the upliftment of the less fortunate. We look forward to your ideas, encouragement and support.
MITU is a charitable trust started by the family and friends of Maitreyi Charlu, fondly known as Mitu, who was a remarkable girl.
In a short span of 26 years, she touched many hearts and souls. She was different from a typical girl of her age. She chose out of her own volition to work with the underprivileged like street children, sex workers, and the visual/hearing impaired. She was also involved with empowerment of women, animal welfare, recycling, water table management and protection of the environment in general.
MITU aims to continue the work that she started, across her multiple interests and passions - that's why the name MITU.
This is a small beginning towards some big challenges.
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As the name suggests, we have embarked on multiple initiatives. Today, our focus areas are
Some of the projects already in force are - Project Donate for Dignity, Project Sudupayog, Project Upcycle and Others
1st Sep 2016
R Sudarshan, Country Marketing Head India, Dell presenting the award to Padmaja Kurpad, Trustee MITU.
23rd August 2016
Our Trainer Gayathri goes to remote villages where there is no electricity to conduct sessions about menstruation to school girls and women. With the help of this PICO Projector we can do 'Period Talk' as well as break the silence visually with modern technology. Thank you MICHIMASA SATAKE. You are a Godsend for MITU
25th March 2016
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15th February 2016
Our Founder Kala Charlu was honoured with 'Prerna Award' by Schneider Electric during NHRDN Summit.
26th Sep 2015
Check out the article written in the Indian Express about the menstrual hygiene lessons implemented by MITU Foundation for Inner Wheel Club of Bangalore West: