Help Shikha Jain raise 44,000 INR

Let's make this Diwali even brighter, but gifting light to others!

Raised INR 20,726
INR 44,000
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    All the best :)

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    Nice initiative.. :)

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My motivation:

I believe that small drops make an ocean and gratitude is best expressed by sharing. So providing the necessary utility for the benefit of the hard-working force keeping the art alive is essential for their well-being in the long term.

About the Community: Sakuntala Halder and Group

Sakuntala, Sahida and Kanan hail from a village in South 24 Parganas in West Bengal. These women earn their living through zari embroidery work. They are living off the power grid and use kerosene in order to have light in the evenings. They need a loan of Rs.44000 to purchase and install a solar powered lighting system at home which will help light up 4 CFL lamps and 2 fans for a total of 4 hours per day. This will mean they no longer have to rely on kerosene lamps for light at home and they can continue their zari work at night. They will be able to repay the loan with their monthly profits that they earn from zari work.

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