Casper Foundation, a non-profit organisation working with student leaders from local universities to help implement innovative and sustainable social outreach projects, arranged a meet and greet session on April 5, 2018, at Banani, Dhaka. The gathering welcomed Casper Foundation's student leaders from ten different university chapters, board members, advisors and supporters in the hope to bring together like-minded individuals for an evening of fruitful conversations.
The event started with an ice-breaking session, where all the student leaders introduced themselves as well as shared their plans on future projects in collaboration with Casper Foundation. Also, representatives from LankaBangla Securities Ltd; The City Bank Limited, Bangladesh; East Coast Group; and Star Youth, The Daily Star, shared their insights on how to become successful leaders and bring about revolutionary changes for the betterment of the society. The interactive meeting was followed by a dinner session.
Casper Foundation aims to provide an interactive platform for university students willing to undertake social projects, volunteer work and all kinds of innovative endeavors. The projects in question must be realistic, feature sustainability and built towards positive reinforcement of the society.