What do we do?
About I Love My City
‘I Love My City’ is a platform make our city a proud place to live. We all make what ever is the state of our City and we all can contribute to make it a beautiful, Proud place to live with harmony, peace and safety. We are an Non Profitable voluntary Organization with sole objective to create harmony in the city. We connect with people, organizations and Administration to conduct voluntary events, to highlight the social issues and solutions, to organize awareness programs on Road Safety – Be aware and live longer Cleanliness – Clean City is a healthy city Self Defence awareness for girls and women – Empowering women to protect herself Emergency First Aid – Basic fundamentals “Don’t Panic” Pollution – Noise and Air “A silent Killer” Street Children – Lets give them few moments of Smile Green City – Tree Plantation campaign “This tree My Child”
Road Accidents - Over Speeding
62% of all deaths on the road accident are linked to over speeding
Road Accidents - GDP
Road Accidents reduce india's GDP by 3% - $20 billion
Road Accidents - Two Wheelers
Two Wheelers Account for 25% deaths of road Accidents
Road Accidents - Men
Adults aged between 15 and 44 years account for 59% of global road traffic deaths. 77% road deaths are among men
Meet the Team
I love My city has launched a new Initiative in Faridabad called ‘Swachta 365′, as we believe cleanliness aka swatch cannot be achieved by practising only once a year but every day to make an impact.
The initiative was launched in Sector 16 Market by Cleaning a park which was being used as a dump yard for years. […]
World is getting hotter and it is our paramount responsibility to plant trees just one and it can give great benefit to the environment Benefits of Planting Trees Most often we plant trees to provide shade and beautify our landscapes. These are great benefits but trees also provide other less obvious benefits. Social Benefits Trees make[…]
Roads are made for the convinence of the people and smooth flow of traffic but in Sector-24 in almost middle of the road a there was heap of solid earth one feet high and seven feet long, causing sudden jerks to the unaware 4 wheelers, trucks and toppling 2 wheelers and causing injuries. the heap of solid earth[…]
Children crave for an open space to play which has become scarce in this rapid growing urbanization and they too are curbed from playing in the parks as elders too need the parks for walk and talk This is a very common story across the city and Sector-15A was no different, but the outlook and[…]
Several months ago, the tube well in Sector 15-A was lying in a dilapidated state, with garbage and debris strewn around it. The wall was in such a condition that it could not even be touched. Then came in picture an NGO, ‘I Love My City’, under its initiative, painted a particular well’s wall beautifully, giving it a new lease of life.