The Green Madcaps consist of the young at heart aged 15 – 50 years (although those numbers never restrict us) and does not believe in having a hierarchy. Almost every member has initiated and promoted certain issues that we have collectively worked on. The group includes students of Mass Media and Communication, Banking, Chemistry, etc and professionals from the field of Psychology, Management, Art, Research, Nutrition, Microbiology, Theology, Marketing, Music, Home Management, CS, etc.
Green Madcaps is an activist and awareness group. We prioritise training programmes to spread awareness about issues that affect our Earth, issues on Feminism and Equality, and issues related to Social Justice. We have also conducted sessions on Organ Donation, Family, Relationships, Stress, etc.
Together, we have regular visits to homes for HIV+ individuals, patients with leprosy, tribal villages (mission stations), and regularly arrange for sending books, clothes, stationery, etc. to tribal boarding schools, encourage recycling, support education for the poor, guide careers, plan special prayer services for ourselves and others (our Maundy Thursday was celebrated among the people who were abandoned by their families, and we washed their feet. It was a moving experience for us all!), been interviewed by national and international publications, presented our views at an international forum, organizing blood, platelet donation drives, and we are looking out for more avenues to help society in. We’ve also partnered with other organisations like Greenpeace, Satyashodhak, Shatayu, Jan Kalyan Trust, Mukta Jeevan Ashram, Sankalp, etc. for our activities.
We have also been participating in public protests regularly.