According to World Economic Forum, India ranks 139th out of 144 countries in economic participation and opportunities for women, as of 2017. Women to be gainfully employed, need flexible models of work and Srujna does exactly this.
Srujna is a platform providing livelihood opportunities for underprivileged women, since 2011. We have impacted women like Nuzhat, who is a paraplegic entrepreneur and women like Renju, who is a single mother living in the slums of Mumbai.
We are on a mission to create an equal world for all women. It has been 7 years since we started on this journey and our impact till date has been:
GuideStar India is India’s largest and most reliable online information repository. We have been awarded the prestigious GuideStarIndia Transparency Key award for 2018 and have joined India’s largest pool of credible NGOs after undergoing a rigorous due diligence process.
Srujna was presented the with a Certificate of Merit for Contribution to Social Cause & Empowerment by ‘World CSR Day & World Sustainability’. The impact of Srujna’s work being represented at a national platform and validated by World CSR Day.
Tax benefits under 80 G certificate provided to donors. Section 80G of the Income Tax Act offers a tax deduction on contributions made to certain charitable institutions prescribed under the Income Tax Act, 1961.
We value transparency and accountability. Every year account statements of Srujna are being audited by third party auditors and are published annually in the annual reports, which are available on public domains.
Whether you are an individual looking to make a difference, or a company with a cause, we need all hands on deck to create a wave of change. To know various ways in which you can get involved, visit our Get Involved Page.
Mrs Pinki Rajgarhia, Mrs. Asia Universe 2017 and the winner of the Samaj Ratna Award. She is a passionate promoter of women’s rights and a fitness enthusiast. She has overcome many obstacles to become an icon of hope for the women of India and we are so proud to have her on board.
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