A Bit About our Works
Working Towards a Better Tomorrow
Here at InkLink Charitable Trust, we see the value in everyone. We want to be a catalyst for positive change, and since our beginnings in 2012, we’ve been driven by the same ideas we initially founded our Non-Profit Organization upon: support & empowerment and how we go about making the changes we want to see.
The charitable trust is working with children at risk, adolescent young adults and underprivileged women- to empower them through various creative workshops, skill development training, training on upcycling solid waste (plastic, textile, paper), training on sustainable dignified livelihood and supporting school fees for encouraging school education. Our work model has been planned by multidisciplinary creative intellect minds and follow a pedagogy to teach the underprivileged children, young adults and women. We are working in the line of "Swatch Bharat" and spreading education on upcycling plastic waste & textile waste.
We are honored to work with UNICEF, who recognized the works we for the children at risk and we are also honored working TN Police who supported our works immensely in the crime affected area. Our sincere gratitude towards Sabic India Pvt. Ltd, Headstart International school, Chettinad group of schools, NIFT Chennai, Marriott group, Madras craft and every individual who supports us and plays a vital role of being a strong pillar!
Since 2014, we are working in Kannaginagar, tsunami settlement which is a very infamous area of Chennai. The settlement has more than 80,000 people living in without decent livelihood opportunity. The constant gang wars, violence and narcotic menace have made the area notorious. The major vulnerable are the children and the single women who want to raise their children in a decent way. We have started the project #changeKannaginagar and we have planned to make a change in next 10 years. There are change-making instances when the children continue to go to school with the scholarships that we provide and women get artisanal jobs after our skill development training.
we need to go along way though and for that we need everyone's help!
Together we can make a better world with empathy and equal opportunity.