Established in September, 2020, the Foundation for Innovative Packaging and Sustainability is a non-profit organisation registered under section 8(1) of the Companies Act, 2013 (CIN: U85300MH2020NPL345503). The objectives of the establishment are listed here.

  • To create awareness, promote and disseminate knowledge by imparting training programmes, skill development programmes and special economic programmes for the adolescents and adults from all communities, including backward communities like schedule castes, schedule tribes, in the field of packaging and circular economy and to guide them towards a productive future. FIPS would be associated with ‘Self-help Women’s Group’ so to enrich their knowledge in packaging of ethnic food; enhancing the shelf-life for better marketability and profitability, and thus enhancing their own livelihood.

To promote and work with target beneficiaries, their families and communities through carefully curated programmes with the following aims:

  • Building aspirations and motivation, non-cognitive skills and digital aptitude.
  • Providing technical and non-technical exposure to enhance learning and thus offer plethora of opportunities.
  • Enabling an ecosystem of curiosity, information, knowledge and support to make them ‘self-reliant’ through residential and non-residential engagements.
  • Striving to achieve economic prosperity, improvement in livelihood and poverty reduction for the backward communities.