BigSpring, the provider of a mobile learning and productivity platform enabling lifelong skilling with measurable ROI, today announced a partnership with the Global Education and Leadership Foundation (tGELF) to encourage the next generation of world leaders who want to have a positive impact in their communities while most of the world is on lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The #KuchKaroNa Challenge, which translates to "Do Something" in English and is a play on Corona, is an online campaign, hosted on tGELF’s uLEAD community action platform that helps youth leaders continue their personal growth journey by participating in volunteer opportunities, attending inspiring virtual events and discovering exciting rewards. For the partnership, BigSpring is providing access to its vast range of productivity and life skills content as well as its coaching expertise to the #KuchKaroNa Challenge winners.
Founded by Shiv Khemka, vice-chairman of SUN Group, in 2006, tGELF is a non-profit organization that seeks to identify and nurture leadership skills in individuals. tGELF’s curriculum has touched over 3 million students and their community of future leaders has raised over $6.38 bn dollars in commitments from governments, philanthropists, corporations and multilaterals for the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
“tGELF shares BigSpring’s vision of empowering people with the skills to be productive and enjoy a better quality of life", said Bhakti Vithalani, founder and CEO of BigSpring. “The COVID-10 pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges for both companies and individuals, which require innovative solutions. By equipping the potential leaders of tomorrow with skills that are relevant and actionable, we hope to equip them with lifelong capabilities to create these new possibilities.”