Desi Trust has been working tirelessly to provide a decent livelihood to handloom workers. They have been working with communities to provide employment that is ecologically viable in order to dissuade the local communities from migration. The Desi stores across Karnataka display a plethora of beautiful, traditional crafts such as Sarees from Chanderi, Dhurries from Warangal, and wooden toys from Channapatna, to name a few. Desi has also been grappling with this uncertainty brought about by the pandemic. In order to meet a number of operational expenses, Desi Trust is seeking a credit of Rs. 10 lakhs. This amount will be used as working capital to get the production for the upcoming Diwali sales in October 2022. They will purchase enough yearn, dye materials, and sarees with this amount. Support Desi today, as they strive to bring back their business and help them gravitate through these difficult times.
To create a wide market for organic fabric