M3M’s City of Dreams to Fulfill Girls’ Dreams of Education


Panipat: Seventeen-year-old Himanshi of Rajakheri village, whose father is a labourer, has a dream of touching the sky by becoming an engineer. The Bhoomi Pujan of M3M India’s project, ‘City of Dreams’ brought the hope of fulfillment of her dream, in which hundreds of homebuyers not only invested but also became a part of M3M Foundation’s campaign ‘Buniyaad’ to educate a girl child by placing a foundation brick with their name on it.

Buniyaad is a nationwide campaign of the M3M Foundation in which it has taken the responsibility of educating every girl child until she can earn her livelihood.  Home buyers appreciated this initiative of M3M where every booking will help a girl child fulfill her dreams through education.

Like Himanshi, many other girls took this opportunity to share their dreams with M3M homebuyers who wanted to know whose education they were supporting.

Emphasising the need for this campaign, Dr. Payal Kanodia, Chairperson and Trustee of M3M Foundation, said, “Supporting the education of girls is the biggest need today.  By educating a girl we are building a strong society and strengthening the economic development of our country.  I am extremely happy that our home buyers have come forward in large numbers to support this cause.  We have already taken such an initiative in Gurugram, and now we have become a partner in the dreams of more than 200 girls and this journey is going to continue.

A parent of a girl said, “My daughter was fully interested in studies but she was not getting the opportunity for regular education, through this initiative, she is also getting the opportunity to study. Now her education will be completed by M3M Foundation with the support of M3M home buyers, for which I thank.”

M3M ‘City of Dreams’ has over 2100 plots, ranging from 140 to 1000 square yards, 400 expandable villas, 3000 uber-luxury floors and 150 farmhouses.  The project will also have a community park, cycling track, restaurants and cafes, places of worship, retail space, clinics, schools, temples, and cricket grounds.  It will also have a massive retail space of 1.45 million square feet and four clubs totalling 150,000 square feet of space.