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Published on March 2nd, 2015 | by Jehan Raffiuddin

The #MakeupForDifference Initiative


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This March we’re proud to partner with Milaap.org to empower 4 strong, entrepreneurial women, who have overcome their challenging circumstances & are now making a difference to the lives of other women. Be it an initiative to help human trafficking victims or empower women in rural areas by providing employment opportunities, these women are making a difference with every passing day and we want to support them in the best way possible. Only a woman can empathize with the struggles of another woman, which is why, we’d love for you to help. It’s not everyday that we get an opportunity to support or lend help to those who truly need it but today you can. Right here, right now YOU can make a difference, by just sending an encouraging message to these women, who are making things happen, who are sweating it out and fighting for women who are victimized. Once you’ve done your part, you can leave the rest to us!

Just remember – Every time you send a message, a donation of Rs.50/- will be made to support the causes of these four *Fab* women.

Here’s how it’s going to work:

Every Monday we’re going to publish one Fab woman’s story & her cause that we’re supporting. You can read about all the amazing things she’s doing and then send her a message of encouragement to help make a difference. For every message she receives, a donation of 50/- will be made to her cause to help her get one step closer to achieving her goal.

We’ve published the first Fab woman’s story today – CLICK HERE to read about Sunitha Krishnan’s inspiring journey!

CLICK HERE to #MakeupForDifference  – get started by sharing your encouraging messages.

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