Every product at GiftAbled Foundation’s Diwali sale comes with a unique story
Bengaluru based NGO GiftAbled Foundation has already kick-started their Diwali and Navratri sale. Their unique and customised products are made by over 2000 artisans from across India and it can be ordered in bulk too. GiftAbled has already been getting great responses for the grand Diwali sale.
The countdown to Diwali starts with celebrations beginning hardly a month away. This year, many NGO's and organisations that empower people with disabilities are coming up with exclusive products for the festive season. Amongst them is Bengaluru based GiftAbled Foundation too. One of India's most popular NGO's that work towards creating livelihood for people with disabilities, GiftAbled has a line of products for upcoming Diwali and Navratri celebrations to décor homes or gift your loved ones.
Every year, GiftAbled ensures that they have exclusive programmes for the festive season and this year is not any different. The NGO has tied up with almost 50 organisations from across India to make different products. Their painted diyas, photo frames, different varieties of chocolates, scented candles, paper products, bags and gift hampers are a must try.
Prarthana Kaul, Co-founder of GiftAbled says that those who are interested to buy their products can shop from the website or contact them directly for bulk orders.
Our aim is to support livelihood of people with disabilities and ensure that they have an earning to live independently. Over the years, we have been getting great response for our Diwali festive sale and this year too, we expect the same. A few people have already contacted us. But we need to wait for Diwali to get closer so that our sales are in full-swing. We also give discounts for bulk orders-Prarthana Kaul, Co-founder, GiftAbled Foundation.
Interested to customise products? GiftAbled does that too. You can tell them how you want your product to be made and the members will ensure that it suits your requirements. "Our policy is to provide the best quality in a given time frame", says Prarthana. Over 2000 artisans from across India have been roped in to make the products. People with different kinds of disabilities, mainly physical and intellectual, are part of the Diwali sale. "Every product comes with a story. There is so much of effort, hard-work and love that goes into making of each product", says Prarthana.
Their next will be a grand Christmas and New Year Sale which will begin by November. "Every year we do something for all festive seasons. We ensure to refresh our merchandise and do something unique. We are focused on design and implementation. That is precisely why our clients keep coming back to us. Our contemporary designs are of high quality. Most of the people with disabilities do not have the education to get into mainstream. So whatever can be done to help them with a livelihood is appreciated", says Prateek, Co-founder, GiftAbled Foundation.
For placing orders, you can contact them at +91 99009-27896.
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