Hyundai Launches Happy Move Save Our Heritage Phase Two

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Hyundai Motors India announced on July 12, 2016, the launch of their second phase of Happy Move Save Our Heritage initiative. Four heritage sites within Delhi have been chosen. Hauz Khas, Old Fort, Qutub Minar, and Jantar Mantar are the heritage sites chosen by Hyundai.

Over 100 Happy Move Global Youth Volunteers will be taking part. Hyundai will be conducting awareness drives at all four heritage sites. The initiative is being undertaken in collaboration with the Archaeological Survey of India, along with a School Contact Program.

Student Programs will be conducted at four Delhi-Tamil Association Senior Secondary Schools. These schools are located at Lodhi Estate, R.K. Puram, INA Market, and Mandir Marg. Volunteers will clean the school premises, wall, and will help in the maintenance of gardens.

Volunteers will conduct maintenance activities at all four heritage sites. Their focus will be to preserve the amenities, gardens and educate visitors how to value our heritage. This is the seventeenth edition of the Happy Move Global Youth volunteer program.

Till date, over 3,000 volunteers have made an instrumental change in other people's lives. The Happy Move Global Youth Volunteers have improved sanitation for roughly 500 families. They have also provided infrastructure to 180 schools and over 90,000 students.

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