Be Kind Movement’s purpose is to empower women and children with education and do so by providing them with the power of knowledge, resources and skills.
By providing financial and other non-material support we aim to achieve a sustainable change so that every woman and child can lead a dignified and fulfilling life.
Education plays a vital role in transforming people’s future by making them self-sufficient
Our goal is to equip women and children with knowledge, training and skills so they can be independent and earn a livelihood and therefore transform their future.
Promoting the case for gender equality and diversity is a crucial element of the narrative for women globally.
KINDNESS, noun: "the quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate"
Our carefully selected partners provide us with projects that are in need of financial aid which we then assess and support. The selection is not a mechanical process – those situations or circumstances that especially touch our hearts, where we feel innovative solutions are being applied to the serious issues facing women and children, and where we feel we can make a substantial sustainable difference are the ones that we will support actively;
We undertake fund-raising events with the public, our network of donors and sponsors to create awareness, generate support and raise funds for selected initiatives and projects;
We will also undertake fund-raising initiatives where we champion the subject of Kindness in order to draw attention to the narrative of women or to promote awareness on issues related to poverty and education.
We are commissioning an uplifting short film ‘Itsy’ that reinforces the power of Kindness to create positive change in our local communities.
Be Kind Movement hosted a fashion charity event on 16th March 2016 in London to raise funds for the Girl Child’s Education Program in India for the Easwaramma Foundation.
Champagne reception in aid of the Girl Child with Pria Kataaria Puri, Leanne Claxton, Lucy Choi, Zevar, Rubina Kapoor and Chahat Jewellery
Fashion pop-up in aid of The Girl Child
Spreading Xmas cheer with Friends of Be Kind Movement
Be Kind Movement hosted it’s first charitable event on Sunday19 July that depicted the versatility, beauty and grandeur of India's most sensuous garment whilst raising funds to support the homeless women in London.
Wishful Smiles and Milaap, a mission based organisation joined hands to collaborate with Atria Gallery, to celebrate the spirit and struggle of the female warriors in India on Thursday 11th September at the Bhavan Centre, London.
TOILETS FOR WOMEN
Online fund-raising campaign
EDUCATING THE YOUNG AS A BUSINESS VOLUNTEER
SPLASH with Hackney Community College, London
The Apprentice 2016 Reality TV Star, Aleksandra King, Boards Short Film ITSY as Ambassador
Wandsworth charity Be Kind producing a short film on kindness
Entrepreneur and Be Kind Movement founder, Premila Puri Makh, explains why a collaborative approach to business and life can benefit us all. As well as why 2017 will be a year to give back...