Seva Charitable Trust

Hand made products made by the tribal ladies of SGNP forest .each product is hand crafted and packaging is also done in cotton bags.

Seva strives to commit to the betterment of the tribal women residing in Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Mumbai. With the vision to uplift the women who are so heavily dependent on the dwindling natural resources of the habitat they inhabit, SEVA's mission is to prevent undue exploitation of and domination over the endangered flora and fauna of the forest.

We have hand made home decor lights made out of plastic bottles ideal for Diwali it's cost-effective we have bookmarks, pad pouch, coin pouch, sling bags, Hand-painted trays with hand made coaster set for dining table cotton bags, grocery bags ,diyas, cotton mask , earthen pots with plants and manymore Please do visit and Be the help they need!

our Ladies have learned the skill of creating products out of waste materials and we follow the zero waste concept as we dont waste any fabric and create rugs by sewing waste cut out pieces.

Schedule

providing livelihood to the tribal ladies Oct 2 - Sat 15:09 15:09 Add to Calendar
environment (to create awareness about waste management) Oct 3 - Sun 15:10 15:10 Add to Calendar

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Ramachandra Sashi from Mumbai has pledged to help Seva Charitable Trust by

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The driven individuals at Seva have been making significant developments in supporting forest communities. Their initiatives to make the tribal women in SGNP self-reliant and empower them to become independent have struck a chord with me, and I hope they keep up the good work!

~ Ramachandra Sashi from Mumbai

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~ aanchal kapur from mumbai