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Support the Growth of Village Entrepreneurship

  • Bags made by EKAL students at the Karanjo GRC
  • Youth Volunteers at the Karanjo GRC
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Help develop entrepreneurship for village tailors by buying EKAL branded bags straight from Karanjo!

Straight from the Karanjo GRC! EKAL’s youth volunteers want to help support the development of entrepreneurship in rural India by inspiring business initiatives in rural areas and by providing EKAL villages with access to U.S. markets.  

This past winter break, four EKAL youth [Samarth Kadaba, Paranshu Shah, Ajay Bhargava, and Sarthak Parikh from Los Angeles and Chicago] visited the Karanjo GRC in Jharkhand, India. In their “Reach to Teach” project, the boys spent several days at the GRC where they learned about EKAL’s efforts towards holistic village development.

To spur entrepreneurship in these villages, the boys commissioned 500 bags to be made from the GRC’s own tailoring center. Here, under the tutelage of EKAL staff, village girls are taught how to sow in order to make a living and to support their families. These bags were made by our very own EKAL students from the Karanjo GRC and all profits will go towards supporting the further development of village entreprenuership. Support EKAL’s villages and show off your dedication to EKAL by buying a bag today!

 

Only Chapter or Regional presidents can place orders [in quantities greater than or equal to 20 bags]. Each bag will cost $5 and we will ship for free! Contact samkadaba@yahoo.com to place your orders. 

 

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Sam Kadaba

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Raised TO DATE (NO $ LIMIT)
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Campaign started: May 30, 2020
Campaign closes: August 15, 2020 (11:59 pm PST)

 

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