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Sublime Causes takes on 3 Big Opportunities

Dear Sublime Stars, we are spreading our wings! It’s our delight to share the news that there are three big opportunities Sublime Causes is working on right now.

(1) Awareness Project on Emergency Response

“Responding to emergency situations like accidents have not been practiced by general public and passersby, either out of fear of getting involved in police enquiries or not being aware of hows of proper first aid”, says Thiru, a daily bike rider to work in Chennai traffic.

Sublime Causes recognizes this issue and would like to train people on emergency response to accidents. We intend to do the training through short 3 minute videos about the importance of good response within the first 10-15 minutes of an accident.

(2) Training for Youth Paramedics

We are also looking to train youth volunteers in the area of paramedics, where there are serious shortages. Sublime Causes will organize this training in association with GE (General Electric) and TATA Trust. Here we are also looking at opportunities to involve transgender volunteers. Sublime Causes is super excited about this one!

(3) Career Opportunities for Differently Abled

Creating an inclusive society where differently-abled persons are no longer considered a hindrance to country’s development is a dire need of the modern day. More and more companies are gradually adopting practices and policies in hiring differently-abled persons, in addition to including the LGBT community as well.

Sublime Causes is looking to see how it can help them find jobs.

“I am in talk with somebody I know, about creating opportunities for differently abled. That person is sight-impaired, but a PhD himself! He’s also an entrepreneur!”, says Sriram, Founder & Core Member of Sublime Causes.

We are hopeful that the projects in our pipeline will turn out to be successful! It would not possibly be a success, without the support from the members of Sublime Causes. Keep a watch on us and we hope you will find opportunities to help us in anyway you can.

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Venba’s Free Tailoring Class is a Super Hit

Venba is a non-profit organization committed for the sustainable development of children, women, youth, aged and the needy in all over India. Last year, it initiated FREE tailoring classes for women around Washermanpet (Chennai Area) in partnership with Sublime Causes. Currently, third tailoring batch is going on - which started on 5th of February 2018.

“Many tailoring classes are around, but ours has a wait-list of interested women who want to join. We believe we have a very good tutor and we are very lucky in that sense.”, says the organizer. Women who have finished the basic training classes are now able to earn livelihood on their own and some of them have opted for advanced tailoring classes to enhance their income.

Sublime Causes would like to thank each and every donor who contributed to the cause of women empowerment. Stay tuned for more updates! :)

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Jyotsna demonstrates Grit and resilience in 'Spreading Happiness through Education''

Jyotsna Aneja, a journalist, teacher who has turned her experience into passion to help serve children of migrant laborers through a NGO called Swabalamba. Swabalamban in English means 'Self-Reliance'; they are building a better future for the children. The children go to government schools but need to develop a stronger foundation in languages, sciences to do well. They need to be supplemented with additional class room training. That is the only way they can compete.

Says Jyotsna "Inspiration can happen in many ways but for me it came in small shapes and sizes. While working with children from the slums of Malviya Nagar for an NGO in South Delhi from 2010 to 2013; the open and clean-hearted innocence of the children touched. That inspired me to help through basic education to help children become self-reliant and independent""

True to her inspiration, she supports 220+ children in Delhi in being able to compete with rest of the children. It is not easy for Jyotsna as she has to look after the school and children while supporting the fundraising for her NGO. She could do with more support. 

At Sublime Causes, we salute Jyotsna and team at Swabalamban and the noble work they are undertaking.

Find more at:

Donate Now to Support Swabalamban

Visit Swabalamban Home Page 

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Jyotsna demonstrates Grit and resilience in 'Spreading Happiness through Education''

Jyotsna Aneja, a journalist, teacher who has turned her experience into passion to help serve children of migrant laborers. 

Swabalamban in English means 'Self-Reliance'; they are building a better future for the children. The children go to government schools but need to develop a stronger foundation in languages, sciences to do well. They need to be supplemented with additional class room training. 'Thats the only way they can compete.

Says Jyotsna "Inspiration can happen in many ways but for me it came in small shapes and sizes. While working with children from the slums of Malviya Nagar for an NGO in South Delhi from 2010 to 2013, the open and clean-hearted innocence touched me to help through basic education to become self-reliant and independent""

True to her inspiration, she supports 220+ children in Delhi in being able to compete with rest of the children. It is not easy for Jyotsna as she to look after the school and children while supporting the fundraising for her NGO. She could do with more support. Read more about what drives her and challenges she faces at "Çould do with more Support"

At Sublime Causes, we salute Jyotsna and team at Swabalamban and the noble work they are undertaking.

Find more at:

Donate Now to Support SwabalambanVisit Home Page

Visit Website of Swabalamban

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Jyotsna demonstrates Grit and resilience in 'Spreading Happiness through Education''

Jyotsna Aneja, a journalist, teacher who had turned her experience into passion to help serve children of migrant laborers. Swabalamban in English means 'Self-Reliance'; they are building a better future for the children. The children go to government schools but need to develop a stronger foundation in languages, sciences to do well. They need to be supplemented with additional class room training.

Says Jyotsna "Inspiration can happen in many ways but for me it came in small shapes and sizes. While working with children from the slums of Malviya Nagar for an NGO in South Delhi from 2010 to 2013, the open and clean-hearted innocence touched me to help through basic education to become self-reliant and independent""

True to her inspiration, she supports 220 children in helping 220+ children in Delhi in being able to compete with rest of the children. Find more at:

Donate Now to Support Swabalamban

Visit Home Page


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Helping Hands - Beautiful thoughts by Dhanashree Kinikar

The purpose of our hands may be to Pray, Help, Serve and Give. At Sublime Causes, we want to promote the 'Joy of Giving'. This beautiful poem by Dhanashree inspires us through her sublime thoughts. Follow her on https://dhanashreekinikar.blog

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Mother Teresa Has Inspired a Generation of NGOs and the great work continues

On 5th September 1997, just as I was winding up school the intercom came on and our principal informed us in a sombre voice that Mother Teresa had passed away. She was loved by all and mourned by the world. At the tender age of 12, she made up her mind to spend her life helping the needy. At the age of 18 she left home to join the Sisters of Loreta and a year later found her way to India. Having worked for the Loreta Sisters for almost 20 years, in 1946 Mother Teresa decided to give up the safety of the congregation and dedicate her life to help the poor and the downtrodden. Along this way she faced innumerable hardships. Her efforts were soon recognized by even the prime minister of the country, and in 1950, with Vatican permission, she established the congregation the Missionaries of Charity, whose purpose was to help the poorest of the poor. By 1997, the congregation that began with 13 members grew to 4000 members. Such was the power of the charitable life led my Mother Teresa. She inspired people from every faith, across every generation to look at the plight and the suffering of the poor, and lend a helping hand. Mother Teresa is one of few individuals who is loved and revered by people irrespective of their religion. This just goes to show that a kind heart can pierce religious barriers and unite people At sublimecauses.com, we support many NGOs that are carrying on the noble work inspired by Mother Teresa. And make fundraising easier for them.

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Urna Bose does a splendid Job in bringing SMILES to children with Special Needs

Story of Urna Bose in her own words "I Urna Bose a co-founder of HANSHI KHUSHI –NGO (working with intellectually challenged individuals) have been working in this field for the last 20 years. I started working for a leading NGO in south Kolkata and learned my skills as a special educator. But I was totally moved when I found that after reaching the age of 18 years when they graduated from school, they became immensely sad and cranky. It was at this juncture I decided to run a NGO where they could come as long as they pleased. It would be a centre where they can come and be happy and in turn spread happiness all around. Thus Hanshi Khushi came into being in August 2006 with two adult individuals who were severely challenged. A friend and colleague came and joined me in this venture. Today we are serving 35 such individuals and have been able to bring smiles on their faces, but we still have a long way to go many dreams to be realized. All this can be achieved once you lend a helping hand" Hanshi Khushi has a very noble vision in 'making children with special needs as self reliant possible' and we salute their great work.

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Help these Women being Self Employed by donating Rs.2000

Venba has now started 'free tailoring' classes for women in Chennai. This is located in old Chennai area of Washerman pet. The Women who join the training classes for 5 days a week after their household duties are learning 'Tailoring'. In 4 months, they would be able to learn stitching and can earn a daily livelihood working from their homes. We currently have 20 students and we are looking to expand further as we get more donations and support. You can now support a women training for 4 months for Rs.2000/-. You can visit the institute Monday to Friday and also 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month

Empowerment

Funds Received

Fund passthrough rate

100%
Lives aimed
to be
transformed
60 Lives/Yearly
Fund required to transform a life
2000 Rupees/Yearly

Why Billionaires Take to Charity?

Story Contributed by Milan from contentmart.com. Andrew Carnegie once said “The man who dies rich dies disgraced”. If you think that is the reason why billionaires turn to charity, well you are only scratching the surface of this enigmatic topic. When it comes to billionaires some of them have given away whopping amounts of wealth like Azim Premji who recently gave away half of his stake in Wipro amounting to billions of dollars, Bill gates is not only at zenith when it comes to net worth, he is one of the most generous donors. One of the reasons for doing charity by the ultra-rich class is their belief that there is no higher satisfaction than helping our fellow beings. Making a transformation impact in various spheres of life hold a particular appeal to ambitious donors. To the likes of Warren Buffet, the environment does matters. The internet has become a core part of everyday life for everyone around the globe and this is one of the reasons why charity is going digital, digital portals like Sublime causes have emerged which connect contributors to causes and help in raising money through crowd funding. There is no dearth of causes which need to be addressed and we should be Pledging an amount for good can make a huge difference for the vulnerable. Come forward to charity with Sublime Causes and get an easy way to reach the needy, Join now.

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I want to be sure that I am helping the needy

Story by Anson Lobo I was at the bookstore today reading a Batman comic, minding my own business with 4 other readers at a table of 5. A girl came by and sat on the lone empty stool and gestured to the group. We looked up in unison and she handed a laminated card to us that said “I am collecting money for the deaf and dumb community by selling these pieces of woodwork crafted by them”. I took a look at a few pieces, selected a nicely ornate bicycle and handed over the money. After she left the guy to my left said out loud “why did you do that? We don’t know if she’s really dumb or collecting for the deaf and dumb community? I understood his scepticism, I really did. Yea she could’ve been lying, but I didn’t want to deny a handicapped person a hot meal or a blanket or a chance at education just out of doubt. True heroism is in seeing past oneself and acting for the goodwill of another. At sublimecauses.com, you can donate in transparent way and trust the causes reaches the real needy.

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Father-Daughter Duo champion Organ Donations

Story in their own words - Tejpal Singh We, Naina Batra and Tejpal Singh are “Daughter Father” duo doing our bit to give back to Society. We founded IGiftLife about year and half back and we focus on spreading awareness about Organ donation across India. At present in India the level of organ donation is very low and this is due to lack of awareness among people. Currently there are more myths than facts that people know. We strongly believe that by spreading awareness we can help save many more life’s. We are guided by a noble soul who showed us the power of giving, since then our single minded passion is to save life’s. The key challenge we face is to be able to do more, there is so much to do. Till date we have touched 6000+ families, wish we could do 60000+ families You can connect with us via FB : www.faceook.com/igiftlife Instagram : Igiftlife Email : igiftlife@gmail.com Twitter : IGiftLIFE At Sublime Causes, we salute our Sublime Idols Naina and Tejpal Batra.

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Supporting Children with Special Needs

Hanshi Khushi with tag line of 'Let smile meet a smile' is humbling piece of ongoing work by Urna Bose. Founded in 2006, it aims to bring smile to the pupils (children to adults) who have special needs. An important note is also that the parents and families of these children are supported through the process. The children remedial training, how they can lead as independent a life as possible and importantly to make them feel happier. Special attention is paid to each pupil. Therapy classes are undertaken to enhance hand-eye coordination or motor skills. Urna has worked with Multiple NGO(s) and comes with experience in this area. She does that through personal satisfaction and zeal which is truly humbling and Sublime. Donations are solicited to support a child on an ongoing basis

Care

Funds Received

Fund passthrough rate

100%
Lives aimed
to be
transformed
10 Lives/Monthly
Fund required to transform a life
1500 Rupees/Monthly

Umang undertakes distribution of stationary to deserving children as they are back to school

Umang is one of the NGO(s) we support. they undertake the amazing feat of distributing stationary to 12000 to 20000 in a single day. Talking to Umang, the founder, he says, it has been smooth but not without glitches. It is amazing how they handle this on a single day. One of the challenges they have this year is their suppliers delivered the stationary only on the day of distribution- quite a challenge when the beneficiaries are in thousands. Upcoming events are in Pali on 1st July and Shahpur on all Saturdays of Aug targeted at 20,000 children. Keep Going Ashish, Umang and team.,

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