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Alaya Resort Ubud Initiates Sustainable CSR Program with Pasraman Gurukula Foundation Bali

Pasraman Gurukula Foundation is non-profit educational ashram established in 2005 that is based on the Vedic philosophy

Alaya Resort Ubud Initiates Sustainable CSR Program with Pasraman Gurukula Foundation Bali
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Alaya Resort Ubud Initiates Sustainable Corporate Social Responsibility Program 

TRIBUN-BALI.COM, GIANYAR - Alaya Resort Ubud has proudly established a partnership with Pasraman Gurukula Foundation to make an ongoing sustainable contribution to a local school and community in Bali.

Following a site visit to the ashram located in Bangli on 23 rd August 2019, a sustainable CSR agreement between the resort and the foundation was signed.

This document states that Alaya Resort Ubud will support Pasraman Gurukula Foundation on a monthly basis by providing food and learning materials for students and making a financial contribution towards teacher salaries.

Pasraman Gurukula Foundation is non-profit educational ashram established in 2005 that is based on the Vedic philosophy.

The term Gurukula literally means "Family of Holy Teachers," Therefore, the foundation enables students and teachers to live together communally as a family.

The primary aim is to prepare children to become valued members of the community who abide by the Vedic concept, with the motto "VASUDHAIVA KUTUMBAKAM," that means the whole world is family.

Having crated this sustainable partnership that is essentially all about giving back and supporting a local school, Alaya Hotels & Resorts now serves as a role model.

This has all come about under the banner of the Alaya Care program with the aim to expand CSR opportunities for individuals or groups and accelerate the adoption of sustainability inclusion initiatives.

The alliance allows Alaya Resort Ubud and Pasraman Gurukula Foundation to work together in new and innovative ways.

As a premier local brand, Alaya Resort Ubud hopes to inspire other like-minded entities within the hospitality sector to embrace similar programs.

This collaboration is an opportunity to express gratitude for all of the blessings bestowed by God Almighty.

It also reinforces the resort’s commitment to Tri Hita Karana, a Balinese Hindu lifestyle philosophy that is all about maintaining a harmonious balance between mankind (Pawongan), the environment (Palemahan) and God Almighty (Parahyangan).(*)

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