Bhoomi foundation is movement, a group which began with just 10 members in 2015 united by Ongole-born Tejaswi Choudary. The aim of bhoomi foundation is cleanliness better yet, "Swatch Bharat". Initially started the cleanliness program in Ongole, Andhra Pradesh and now expanded to Hyderabad, Telangana. Bhoomi Foundation is the first organisation to work on the clean Ongole campaign. Ongole city was announced as a poster-free city by the government of Andhra Pradesh. Recieved Swatchaa Andhra award from Chandrababu Naidu garu. Received best social service certificate in 3 months of inauguration at the district level.
We believe that even a common man can create a ripple effect, which can bring a lot of change in the country. We believe in making people educated, asking or seeking them to give back something to their own country. Ironically, this era is not doing this anymore. Now, it’s time that we come up with a new motto – “Be the change to bring the change”. We believe in a bigger picture of a cleaner India— after all, that’s where it starts. Enforcing a poster-free aesthetic may not be easy in a city whose marketing still thrives on it, but starting at places which enforce a greener means of communication would largely help their strategy.
It’s through encouraging the younger and future generations where we’ll see a lot more persistance and willingly immediate participation. However, our efforts have attracted people of all ages. Notable Hyderabad projects include spot-fixing at the Neeru’s Emporio junction, Independence Day philanthropy in Kondapur and various revamps to bus stands around Hyderabad.