These are some of the more specific needs of the NGO at the moment. If you are interested in collaborating or volunteering in addition to the ones on the list, you can ask us to see how we can best fit together.
- Migration from Google Universal Analytics to Google Analytics 4
- Creating explanatory graphics through Visual Thinking
- SEO and digital marketing
- Solidarity markets in companies for our responsible trade brand Naya Nagar
Initiatives and partnerships
Here you have access to other original and supportive ways of collaborating, born from the creativity and collaboration of other people and organisations.
- Charity events. If you organise an event and want to donate the proceeds to it-willbe.org. Examples of events with which we have already collaborated are company meetings or birthdays. Contact us at email@example.com
NOTE: if you like Naya Nagar and want to give a solidary gift for weddings, christenings or other special ocassions contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Storytelling Solidarity Workshop
Can you imagine if professional women in our country were to contribute to generating decent work for women in India? Together with Javier Di Baro, we created a solidarity workshop in which to learn Storytelling and Personal Branding techniques that finances, with 100% of its fair price, dignified employment for the women of the Naya Nagar artisan workshop.
IAM, the identity-driving doll
Naya Nagar, socially responsible e-commerce
Shop responsibly on Naya Nagar’s e-commerce to support the employment and living wages of the craftswomen in our sewing workshop in India. Ethical and socially responsible products, to consume with head and heart.
Small gestures that mean a lot
You finance the provision of drinking water for one year for the families of the 20 brick factories in the Passor area where we are active.
You fund training, capacity building and empowerment activities for women’s groups promoting the development of their communities in 37 slums in Surat for one year.
You finance the annual expenditure of a ChildMiss network shelter for street children in the city of Surat, ensuring the protection and reintegration of vulnerable minors.
You finance the Digital Literacy training programme for vulnerable minors facing the new risks of the post-covid digital era (beneficiaries: 21 directors of 8 innovation centres, 400 social workers, 5,600 minors).
You fund the Education against Child Labour project, enabling more than 1,200 children to receive education and stop working over the course of a year.