Sahil Seth IRS, the Co founder of the Prasara Foundation, is proud to announce the launch of the inaugural edition of the organization’s yearly magazine, “ALTRUIST.” This magazine provides readers with insights into the foundation’s past achievements, future goals, and the impact of its work. Sahil Seth through their NGO is committed to improving the lives of underprivileged communities in India by providing healthcare, education, and employment opportunities. . The launch of “ALTRUIST” is a testament to the organization’s ongoing commitment to transparency, accountability, and the pursuit of excellence.

 NGO, Prasara Foundation, is a testament for working tirelessly to help children in slums, the elderly, orphans, and the environment. Their recent initiatives, such as PrasaraLangar on Wheels, Slum Kids Carnival, Monthly Bhandara, encouraging healthy arts and educational competitions among slum kids, plantation and cleanliness drive with slum inhabitants, taking old age inmates for visit to religious places,  taking slum kids to PVR for a movie, and visiting Rashtrapati Bhavan, are just a few examples of his efforts to give back to the community.

The magazine, which is now available, features a diverse range of inspiring initiatives taken and under deliberations. “ALTRUIST” aims to inspire readers to join Prasara Care Foundation in its mission to create a more equitable and compassionate world.

The first  Copy of the magazine was presented to Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Sh Ramdas Athawale. Speaking about the launch of the magazine, Editor, Sahil Seth IRS, said, “As an organization dedicated to improving the lives of underprivileged communities in India, we are thrilled to launch the first edition of ‘ALTRUIST.’ Our hope is that this magazine will serve as a platform to showcase the vision and action of our NGO, inspiring more individuals to join us in our mission to create a better future for all. We believe that by highlighting our past achievements, sharing our future goals, and showcasing the impact of our work, we can continue to raise awareness about the importance of supporting underprivileged communities and empower others to make a positive impact in their own way.”

“ALTRUIST” will be available online and in print, and can be accessed through the Prasara Care Foundation’s website. “ALTRUIST” is a testament to the Prasara Care Foundation’s unwavering commitment to social welfare and its mission to build a better tomorrow.

Sahil Seth is a  Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer from the 2011 batch and is posted as Joint Commissioner with Ministry of Finance in Govt Of India.


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