Fizzy Goblet collaborates with NGO Nanhi Kali on charitable initiative
Footwear brand Fizzy Goblet has collaborated with NGO Nanhi Kali and, recently selling out a gift box developed for the initiative, will sponsor a year’s education for at least 100 girls.
Fizzy Goblet created a gift box containing a range of its products including its signature juttis, flip flops, a face mask, pouch, and tote bag, in collaboration with Nanhi Kali, it announced on Instagram.
The sale of one box was designed to pay for a year’s school education for one girl and, recently announcing that the 100 available boxes have sold out, the brand will now sponsor 100 girls to go to school this coming academic year.
After selling out its initial run of 100 boxes in just 24 hours, Fizzy Goblet has decided to continue to initiative. Subsequent sales of gift boxes will see 10% donated to sponsoring girls’ education with Nanhi Kali, according to the brand’s Instagram page.
“The education of a child, especially a girl child, is the first major step towards real change in India,” Fizzy Goblet’s founder, Laksheeta Govil, told Vogue India.
“I have always believed in Nanhi Kali and associated with them personally throughout the years, but with the impact of Covid, supporting their cause now is more important than ever before.”
Laksheeta Govil founded Fizzy Goblet in 2014 and the brand retails from its dedicated e-commerce store. The brand has collaborated with a number of other brands including jewellery label Tribe Amrapali and womenswear designer Rahul Mishra.
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