A NOT-FOR-PROFIT STUDENT INITIATIVE
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BEHIND THE SCENES
MasksforIndia emerged from hope. A hope of a that a better world could be built,a hope of a nation envisioned by the framers of our constitution, a fairer society, a more inclusive world. It’s a mission to bring that change about and create the maximum impact in disadvantaged communities to enable them to stand up. It’s our mission to create a just society which ensures equitable support to all people.
MasksforIndia, a not-for-profit initiative means more than a side project for me.
It is about helping the one's in need who barely have access to the basic preventive gear such as masks
The joy of giving to someone and seeing a smile on their face is what made me join this initiative.
It is more than just an initiative but somewhat of a symbol which explains what it is like to help someone in times of need.
I'm Manomay Ghoshal. I'm studying in 10th Grade in Sanskriti School, Delhi. I am one of the co-founders here at Masksfoindia. I believe in the value of human life, and for me, Masksforindia is an avenue to help in, cliched as it may sound, making a difference. I mainly oversee the legal and logistical needs of the organization
Senior Manager: Tech
Hi, I am Kanha Singh, 14-year-old studying in 10th grade in Sanskriti School. I am leading the tech team of MasksForIndia. My job is to maintain the website and manage the online campaigns to the organization. It is incredible what MasksForIndia is doing during such a distressing time It is an honor to be working here with a group of extremely passionate group reaching out to the most deprived and vulnerable
My name is Ehsaas Madan, I'm 15 years old and I study in the prestigious sanskriti school. In these difficult times, it is crucial for all of us who are fortunate to make, helping out the not so fortunate and in fact more vulnerable sections of society our utmost priority. I have made it my mission to help as much as I can, in any way possible. The covid19 pandemic is not something that is affecting only certain "types of people" based of off religion, race, gender, etc. No. This is something that is affecting us all in equal measure. So in other words, I strongly believe that helping our country if not the whole world, is not a one-man mission, instead, we must put all our differences of the past aside and unite as one, stronger than ever.
Senior Manager, Twitter Head
Hey. My name is Amartya Pandey. I'm from New Delhi and I joined Masksforindia because I felt something had to be done for the underprivileged strata of our society, who found themselves dead in the water in the face of a global pandemic . Masksforindia, for me is an avenue to put the privilege that I was bestowed with, to good use
Senior Manager, Head of MFI Connect
My name is Tahira Solomon. I am 15 years old studying in 10th grade in Sanskriti School, New Delhi. I joined MasksforIndia because I shared the hope that this organization arose from; I believed in the fact that a small but sincere effort can move mountains. I look after MFI Connect, a subdivision of MFI that works towards helping people who have troubles keeping up with their mental health, as the lockdown and the pandemic hasn't been particularly kind to a lot of us in that respect.
Senior Manager, Co-Editor, ThoughtsforIndia
My name is Sarah Sinhal. I am 15 years old studying in 10th grade in Mothers International School, New Delhi. I joined MasksforIndia to give back to the society and community that has done so much for me right from the day I was born. I am fairly passionate about our newsletter, Thoughtsforindia, as I consider the pen to be as important as the sword, for only a pen can tell a story, and stories are what make Masksforindia what it is
Senior Manager, Head of HR
Hi ,my name is Aasaya Jaswal and I'm fifteen years old. I used to help out the poor and vulnerable even before coronavirus came into existence. Since the start of April,I started providing masks and food but on a very small scale. MasksforIndia gave me the opportunity to do the same but on a larger scale and for that I am very grateful. To see people smile after realising that someone cares is the biggest reason as to why I joined. I plan to keep on working hard and helping out the ones who need help