What We Do
Our purpose is to deliver a tangible impact on the lives of PWDs & underserved communities to show what is possible when you give someone a chance. Every day, we demonstrate what persons with disabilities can do and the happiness we see on their faces motivates us on our journey. Inspired by John’s Crazy socks we began our journey in 2019 when we received our first shipment of socks designed by our happy interns.
In 2015, the UN predicted that the world population will grow to 9.6 billion by 2050. With the growing population, we will have limited space to experience greenery. This led us to initiate our ‘Plant a Life’ project. We want to bring gardens to every apartment; our team creates exceptional miniature gardens and terrariums.
Inclusive cultures make people feel respected and valued for who they are as an individual or groups. People feel a level of supportive energy and commitment from others so that they can do their best at work. Inclusion often means a shift in an organisation’s mindset and culture that has visible effects, such as participation in meetings, how offices are physically organised or access to facilities or information.
Evidence shows that when people feel valued, they function at full capacity and feel part of the organisation’s mission. Openness to diversity widens our access to the best talent. Inclusion allows us to engage talent effectively. Together, this leads to enhanced innovation, creativity, productivity, reputation, engagement, and results.
To achieve this, we empower organisations to actively talk about disabilities to their employees translating to employment opportunities for the largest minority.
- We conduct special training sessions for the recruitment teams, people managers as well as team members of persons with disabilities to equip them with disability etiquette training and experiential learning sessions.
- Organize physical events and digital meetups that help raise awareness around varied disabilities.
- Encourage companies to bring impactful designs to life that understand the context, emotions, and mental states of people with disabilities across digital assets or physical spaces thereby simplifying their daily routine