Jacqueline Fernandez Instagram - Everyone has been suffering through the pandemic and it was extremely difficult to run household chores for especially retail shops which couldn't be open for a long time. In this tough time, a young MBA student of IBS Mumbai - Khyati Henia (@khyati 1930) with her super mom - Rashmi Henia made an attempt to turn her mothers' hobby of stitching into helping others earn a living. Rashmi Henia provided business to retail shops by buying raw cloth material from them and stitched beautiful handmade cotton masks that were comfortable and reusable which was the need of the hour at really low prices. She also gave masks to the neighborhood, watchmen, friends, relatives, and taxi drivers who re-sell her masks to anyone who needed it. Her handmade masks were also given to the workers of Karasanladhu Jain Trust for their safety. She has stitched more than 3000+ masks until now! She tried to create a win-win situation by fulfilling the NEED of the society of providing masks to everyone in the time of mere shortage and the WANT of the retail shops, taxi drivers, watchmen, etc. to run their daily chores. YOLO Foundation is super proud of the work done by @khyati1930 We wish our Kindness Brigade to grow and encourage more people, every day to create a better world. #yolo #spreadthelove #kindness #staysafe
Everyone has been suffering through the pandemic and it was extremely difficult to run household chores for especially retail shops which couldn't be open for a long time. In this tough time, a young MBA student of IBS Mumbai - Khyati Henia (@khyati 1930) with her super mom - Rashmi Henia made an attempt to turn her mothers' hobby of stitching into helping others earn a living. Rashmi Henia provided business to retail shops by buying raw cloth material from them and stitched beautiful handmade cotton masks that were comfortable and reusable which was the need of the hour at really low prices. She also gave masks to the neighborhood, watchmen, friends, relatives, and taxi drivers who re-sell her masks to anyone who needed it. Her handmade masks were also given to the workers of Karasanladhu Jain Trust for their safety. She has stitched more than 3000+ masks until now! She tried to create a win-win situation by fulfilling the NEED of the society of providing masks to everyone in the time of mere shortage and the WANT of the retail shops, taxi drivers, watchmen, etc. to run their daily chores. YOLO Foundation is super proud of the work done by @khyati1930 We wish our Kindness Brigade to grow and encourage more people, every day to create a better world. #yolo #spreadthelove #kindness #staysafe
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