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What does it take to be grateful?

On March 8, 2017, Posted by , In Lessons4Me&U, With No Comments

Notice for the Women’s day celebrations in my society read: “Nominate a woman who inspires you. We will have a lucky draw to choose the winner for a gift hamper.” I asked my 16-year-old daughter whom to nominate. “Nominate Rehana Aunty!” she suggested. I was surprised because Rehana is our…

Random Kindness Act!

On February 17, 2017, Posted by , In Lessons4Me&U, With No Comments

Waiting by the side of the road, for my husband to pick me up, I witnessed an amazing event at a distance. A really old lady was struggling to get down from the auto rickshaw. And, there was a young boy begging at the signal nearby. He saw the lady,…

My Experience Of Volunteering For Helper4U

On February 15, 2017, Posted by , In Awards & Recognitions,Miscellaneous, With No Comments

Domestic Worker Sector Skill Council, National Skill Development Corporation and Skill India had recently organized a Domestic Workers Skill Summit 2017 at India Habitat Centre on 2nd February, 2017. I got an opportunity to attend the summit as a volunteer for Helper4U. The Chief Guest for the event was Hon’ble…

Pearls collected @ Action For India

On February 1, 2017, Posted by , In Awards & Recognitions, With No Comments

Earlier this week, Action For India organized, AFI’s 6th Annual Forum in Delhi. Helper4U was chosen as one of the top 100 Social enterprises working in providing better livelihood options, to the Bottom of the economic pyramid. It was one of the most engaging, down to earth conferences I have…

Helper4U at “Workshop & Exhibition Security and Domestic Worker Sector” conducted by MPCVET in Bhopal on January 10.

On January 19, 2017, Posted by , In Awards & Recognitions, With No Comments

Meenakshi G Jain, CEO of Helper4U, was a panelist during a “Workshop & Exhibition Security and Domestic Worker Sector” conducted by MPCVET in Bhopal on January 10. The workshop on Domestic Workers emphasized a few important things of interest for all of us who hire domestic workers: The domestic workforce…