This International Day of the Girl Child, let’s join hands to celebrate the women around us. Be it our mothers, friends, wives or daughters, their efforts often times, go unnoticed. So, let’s dedicate today to celebrating the doers, the dreamers, the makers and the women entrepreneurs who make our lives easy.
Here are some women we want to give a huge shout-out to for being awesome businesswomen, mothers, daughters, activists, caregivers, and most importantly for being women of grit and purpose.
Some women entrepreneurs of Instamojo:
Sudha S Narayanan, Founder Trustee, CARE:
Sudha comes with over 2 decades of experience in the animal welfare sector, both domestic and wild. CARE works on tight budgets to help cater to wounded and ailing animals across Bangalore. CARE uses Instamojo payment links to collect donations.
Charlies Animal Rescue Centre – CARE, is one of the most trusted animal rescue centers in Bangalore. CARE was started to carry forward the kindness, compassion, and love Charlie imparted to the lives he touched. He was a 15-year-old, 3-legged miracle who despite his own shortcomings was an established figure in the field of canine therapy.
CARE is home to animals that range from cats and dogs to pigs and calves. These animals despite facing special conditions and ailments have found a safe abode at CARE.
Here’s a special shout-out to a lady who cares, and dared to set the social wheel rolling.
Puja Bajpai, A Krazy Mug
Puja Bajpai, an Interior designer by profession followed her passion for art and has added a ton of color with her unique products to so many houses in India. Her love for art is a treat for your eyes. Her store offers premium handpainted decor, which adds life to even the most boring of home decor.
The products are hand painted by skilled artisans who add oodles of character and a backstory to everything they sell. Her products range from kitchen and bar accessories to tableware and home decor.
Be sure to check out her online store, here.
Sonal Jain, Boondh
Talking about menstruation or menstrual health is almost a taboo. Thousands of women in rural and urban areas both, bear the brunt of this. To challenge this norm, Sonal Jain, started Boondh. It is a social enterprise, which helps educate and cater to the needs of women with sustainable menstrual hygiene products.
BOONDH, promotes a safe harbor for women to talk about menstrual health with no associated taboo. They provide affordable and good quality menstrual cups and other menstrual hygiene products. Boondh’s menstrual cups are both eco-friendly and healthy as compared to regular pads and tampons.
Check out their online store, here.
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