Van Mahotsav is an annual tree-planting movement in India, which began in 1950. The name Van Mahotsava means "the festival of trees". It has gained significant national importance and, every year, millions of saplings are planted across India in observation of Van Mahotsav week. The constant felling of trees in India has been a problem for a long time, and Van Mahotsav is important in creating awareness of the issues. According to the forest department, for every tree felled ten trees should be planted to make up for its loss. We would like to support Van Mahotsava within the countdown of the last few days of the movement to collect as much funds as possible through the Buddhi Janisha Foundation to support this notion. The Buddhi Janisha Foundation is dedicated to showcasing and supporting all causes explored within the documentary To Wake Buddhi (can be screened at www.towakebuddhi.com). This involves crowdfunding to create a mobile cinema in which will be used to broadcast the documentary within urban, secluded mountainous as well as rural areas within Himachal Pradesh India. The documentary is intended to educate and enlighten women, children and all viewers of their environment, its vulnerabilities as well as their role within protecting that environment. The Buddhi Janisha Foundation will also open arms to broader issues concerning environmental obstacles such as species loss and animal conservation. It also strongly supports and discusses heavy issues within humanity such as women and children empowerment within dominant patriarchal societies. The foundation will also aid and create awareness and education around children with disabilities within very remote areas. This notion supporting our Ambassador Janisha Marchal, a very special 6 year old little girl who suffers from Erb's Palsy but who has also dedicated her magical life to protecting all the trees which she calls home.