MG (Morris Garages) Motor India has launched the second edition of ‘MG Changemakers’. The company aims to honour and celebrate people who have driven societal change across their community through this initiative.
In the second chapter of MG Changemakers, MG is honouring people like Mohit Ahuja, a Delhi-based photographer and copywriter who teaches professional photography to the differently-abled and journalist-turned dance trainer Renelle Snelleksz, who uses Dance Movement Therapy (DMT) to help people overcome the trauma and violence faced because of domestic violence and human trafficking.
Rajeev Chaba, President & Managing Director, MG Motor India said, “As an organisation, MG Motor India has consistently worked towards community empowerment and development through various on-ground initiatives. The second chapter of ‘MG Changemakers’ furthers this vision. Having received a superb response to the first chapter last year, we wanted to take this platform to others who have demonstrated a commitment to creating a positive impact within their communities. We are proud to be highlighting the stellar work that has been done by these people, inspire millions of Indians of all ages to take on the responsibility of driving positive societal changes.”
Also featuring amongst the MG Changemakers this season is Nagaland-based lawyer-turned-entrepreneur Hekani Jakhalu, who will be recognised for the impact that she has created in her home state by facilitating employment and entrepreneurial opportunity for the youth. Poornima Sukumar, muralist and founder of Aravani Art Project – she aims to create safe spaces for the transgender community and enable them to connect with others in their neighborhood. The sixth person, Dr. Jaya Tiwari is the founder of an all-female rock band ‘Meri Zindagi’ that works with the government and NGOs to popularize schemes and drives like ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ in village areas of Uttar Pradesh. MG will also recognise Vaibhav Chhabra, Co-founder – Maker’s Asylum, for his commitment to providing innovators with the space they need to give their ideas a tangible shape.
First introduced in 2018, the ‘MG Changemakers’ campaign has been highlighting and recognising individuals who are working for the betterment of their communities and empowering those who are less privileged.