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Eco Wings is an Indian brand that provides upcycled life style accessory products world wide. They have their own design house and manufacturing unit to deliver the best possible ideas. They believe in upcycle innovation and create unique experiences through their best eco ideas to cast green impact. Their aim is to reduce carbon footprint,develop fresh business opportunity,help craftsmen and rural communities,enhance lifestyle through green products,inspire young generation through green innovation, spread green awareness and also to protect wild life.

Indha a social Enterprise was started by Literacy India as an offshoot of Project Karigari. Into its eighth year now, Indha has touched the lives of scores of women, lifting them out of poverty and giving them a reason to smile. At Indha, women receive vocational training in sewing, tailoring, embroidery, block printing, leaf plate making, recycling and making handmade paper and all kinds of paper products. Literacy India, a non-profit under the Indian Trust Act,started operating from several centers in and around Gurgaon with a vision to empower under-privileged women and children. Now has a presence in other parts of the country as well.A group of women in villages around Gurgaon (Haryana), was set up in November 2004 and since then have trained over 6000 women. Today over 200 highly skilled women are capable of producing all kinds of products in cloth, paper and other crafted items.

Indie Eco Candles started in summer 2012 with a small team of 2 amazing women and has now grown into an all women organization which makes candles. They don’t use paraffin wax which adds quality in their products making them more environmentally friendly. These candles are handcrafted with natural vegetable wax, an environmentally friendly resource. Natural wax candles, unlike regular candles, burn without emitting harmful toxins. The finest fragrance and essential oils are infused in these luxury candles and the wicks are made of cotton.

Lakshyam is a social enterprise that uplifts children and women of at-risk communities through education,employment and resource mobilization.

Last Forest Enterprises is a marketing initiative of Keystone Foundation which aims to add value to organic and forest based produce by adding value to lives! They help benefit primary and marginal producers, farmers, craftsman and weavers and protect their livelihoods and reservoir of artistic traditions in a sustained manner. Last Forest have organic, fair trade and PGS certified products from across India that have been value added to suite the contemporary needs of evolving India. It runs a chain of 3 stores in Tamil Nadu. It procures produce from over 60 groups across the country and supplies to over 40 retailers.

MC2 is a luxury ethical fashion label that is inspired by the other space. Each design is a beautiful and an accurate representation of our mystical universe, captured through the hubble telescope. Our collection allows us to live infinite dreams and possibilities with a burst of colours, significant constellations and a touch of a billion years. MC2 donates 5% of its revenue as scholarships to the Indian Institute of Space Science & Technology.

The Mouth and Foot Painting Artists Association (MFPA) is an international, registered society of disabled artists, wholly owned and run by the artists themselves to meet their financial needs. Members paint with brushes held in their mouth or feet as a result of a disability sustained at birth or through an accident or illness that prohibits them from using their hands.

The Akanksha Foundation is a non-profit organisation with a mission to provide children from low-income communities with a high-quality education, enabling them to maximize their potential and transform their lives. Akanksha works in the field of education, initiating school reform through The School Project, and providing a supplemental education through the Akanksha centers. Art has been one of the strongest co-curricular programmes within Akanksha. Funds raised through the sale of products and services goes back into funding the art program in the Akanksha network of schools.

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