Fevicol Champions’ Club celebrates Yoga Day

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Over 1400 woodworkers come together to celebrate the First ever international Yoga Day

FCC’s Step towards Inner Peace and Fitness

NewZNew (Chandigarh) : Over a thousand members from Pidilite’s Fevicol Champions’ Club (FCC) turned out to mark the first-ever International Yoga Day on Sunday, taking part in yoga camps all over India organized by the club.

A total of 70 clubs participated in the camps organized by the FCC across various cities with more than 1,400 members turning out across Ahmedabad, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kanpur, Chandigarh, Chennai, Udaipur, Ujjain, Ratlam, Mandsor, Silliguri, Cuttak, Kolkata & Mysore.

The main aim of organizing the nationwide initiative was to increase the reach and influence of the FCC also to create awareness among the FCC members while emphasizing the importance of fitness and inner peace to its members. FCC with the support of its members also undertakes other activities like Shram Dhaan Divas for the society at large.

Given the success of the Yoga day initiative, the FCC, going forward, plans to organize the camps every year.

FCC, a non-profit organization set up by Pidilite, serves as a platform for the carpenters and their families to learn and enhance personal and professional skills to further expand their business. It also helps their spouses and children to develop a hobby apart from engaging into various social and cultural activities. In the past, various activities have been undertaken by the club such as training workshops, self development programs, medical camps, blood donation and pulse polio drives, eye check-up, health check-up etc. The FCC has also organized celebrations for festivals like Diwali, Chhat festival, Navratri etc. It has contributed to society by organizing cleanliness and tree plantation drives, feeding the poor, etc and held activities for children like baal mela and scholarships to name a few.

Today, the FCC comprises 300 clubs in about 145 cities with over 40,000 members across the country.