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  • How Donations in-kind brings transparency in the online giving space

    According to The Central Statistical Organization of India. India has around 3.2 million registered non-government organizations (NGOs). More than double the number of schools in the country, 250 times the number of government hospitals, one NGO for 400 people as against one policeman for 709 people. More than double the number of  schools in the country which clearly states that India needs help in regulating the NGOs .

    Think as a loyal responsible citizen what can we actually do without any hassle but also help the grass root NGOs who genuinely need help.

    There comes a rescue which is in-kind donations. In-kind supplies are donations of goods, services or time — instead of cash. 

    In-kind contributions can be an important source to run an NGO, especially during times of economic recession. There is a gap between what a local grassroots NGO next to you needs vs what a donor donates. For example, a donor might end up donating notebooks to a school nearby while the school already has notebooks in stocks and might need a water purifier or a study table. Currently all of this is maintained manually by the NGOs. Happieesouls provides a platform for these local NGOs, free of charge to list the supplies they need so that a donor or a corporate can donate wisely, right supplies that an NGO needs at the right time.

    Old In-kind gifts can be valuable to these local NGOs such as providing clothing, utensils, furniture, electronics as they directly distribute it to the children in orphanages  or run donation drives to the homeless and the needy.

    Hence in-kind donations whether the supplies an NGO needs or the old unwanted household items or in-kind gifts makes a lot of difference in the lives of many and ease of operations for the NGOs.

    What’s So Great About In-Kind Donations?

    • In-kind donations help nonprofits access goods and services that would otherwise be unaffordable, or free up resources to be spent on something else.
    • In kind donations bring more transparency and the donors know where their money gets utilized to an NGO
    • organizations have less regular in-kind needs, but almost all nonprofits can benefit from this category of donation.
    • In-kind donations are often a simpler way for businesses to give because they don’t have to worry about their cash flow.
    •  businesses often pay less for goods, so they can afford to donate more in goods than they could in cash.
    • Old in-kind donations help in timely recycling, reuse of unwanted household items via donations, hence ensuring sustainability.

    Why Happieesouls?

    • Users can opt to buy the supplies that they would like to donate to the NGO’s bucket list. An NGO Bucket list on happieesouls is the in-kind supplies an NGO needs to run the shelter home, school. HappieeSouls will deliver a donor’s customized Happiee Box to the selected NGO and keep customers updated.
    •  A reliable solution that connects you to a genuine, verified NGO near you.
    • Choose among a variety of causes and support a cause that is close to your heart.
    • First, of a kind transparent solution that regularly updates you on the impact you are creating.
    • Happieesouls provides doorstep pick up of your old items donations; from clothing, utensils, furniture, stationery, books, electronics, and more and delivers it directly to their NGO partner in need.


    "Those who are the happiest are those who do the most to others "

           THAT'S WHY HAPPIEESOULS EXISTS 
                DONATE AND BE A PART OF THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE

    Visit www.happieesouls.com

  • Convenience of donations at Happieesouls

    Charity begins at home; Organise your old unwanted items for donations at home rather than dumping in traditional donation boxes

    When you drop off a bag of clothes for donation, do you ever wonder where does it all go? Is it really going to someone in need? There are many pathways where your clothes may end up. Some are resold at thrift stores, some are used up as raw materials for creating new clothing, most end up in landfills and some reach their intended destination as donations to needy. 

    Enter – Online and offline platforms that partner and bridge the gap between donors and NGOs. Most of these platforms work on 2 models – 

    • Traditional method of Donation boxes in offices, society or Complex:

    You can dump your unwanted items in donation boxes kept by some NGO or enterprise. They collect donations in bulk and then starts the exhaustive and tiresome job for them. They then have to segregate items into separate categories manually. This takes a lot of  time, effort and labor which could have been avoided in the first place.

    • Online at home donation pick up 

    There are few NGOs/enterprises that collect donated clothing items or unwanted household items from donors and deliver them directly to NGO partners. While this is faster, a lot of times your donations may not reach or benefit the receivers. For example, when you donate a mix of women-wear, mens’-wear and children’s clothing and the donated items reach an NGO that caters to women and children only, the men’s clothing items don’t reach the beneficiaries and end up being unused or discarded. 

    How Happieesouls is organizing this unorganized sector

    Happieesouls functions on a slightly different yet incredibly unique model. We believe in building a community that understands the power of giving. 

    • We connect directly with grassroot level NGOs, verify them and partner with them by offering them to get enlisted on our website free of cost. That’s right. Unlike a lot of crowdfunding and donation platforms, we do not charge our partner NGOs for enlisting them on our website. We give them a platform to create a profile, an account, and bucket-list detailing all the items and necessities they need. A volunteer can build a website for an NGO for free but the NGO struggles to maintain it. Most of the grassroots NGOs website domains expire and they don’t even know if it is working or not. Our NGO partners do not have to struggle for the maintenance of their website, our platform inherently does it for them for free.
    • Our website mandates and encourages donors to indicate right quantity against each category of clothing/good. We sensitize our donors about the importance of segregating and marking exact quantity of items. This helps our delivery partners in mapping the donations to right NGOs and measuring impact. Structuring and organizing it right at the donor level, helps us in sending women clothing to a girl orphanage and vice versa. We have donated more than 10k items of clothing, utensils and furniture in the past 3 months.

    • We do not store or keep a stock of any of the donated items. Therefore, your donations reach the NGOs on same day in a matter of few hours. We deliver utensils and furniture to the right partner where it can be directly utilized and share picture of the same with the donor to create transparency.

    • We also provide next day donation pick up service. In the event, that your donations have to be picked up on priority, you can schedule next day donation pickups and we deliver straight to our NGO partners in need. This ensures maximum sustainability and proper utilisation of your old unwanted household items.

    PS : Bulk furniture pick ups takes 3-5 days. If you are shifting to a new city and want to donate most of your household items, contact us 3-5 days prior to pick up date.

    Why do we charge a convenience fee?

    Anything for free dilutes transparency. We are on a mission to make online giving space more transparent.

    Depending on the volume of your donations, we charge a flat price for pick up service for 2 wheelers, 3 wheelers, 4 wheelers and trucks. This is a logistics and convenience fee that our donors pay for their donations to reach safely to NGOs who will benefit from these donations. It is really a minimal fee for logistics and transportation of delivery of donations done by our delivery partners. So, your preloved clothes and good get a new life for a nominal fee. 

    We believe our ethos would bring some structure in this otherwise disjointed industry. After all, goodness is the only investment that never fails. 

    Do you have unused, ??old cloths and other items that are lying in your wardrobe? Do you know it can be luxury to many in need?

    Click on the link to book your donation pick up today :)

    https://bit.ly/36u5PxS

  • Are you still stuck in the Fast Fashion LOOP?

    Fast fashion is something “we’ve all been sucked into” but the “atrocious” impact is now much more evident, and people have started to wake up to it. our vision is to introduce those who have not yet converted: “to what a beautiful, versatile and practical fabric it is, and how a classic fabric will stand the test of time.”

    How to make millennials aware if they’re still stuck in the fast fashion loop?

    1. Buy lessBefore going out to buy something new, ask yourself if you really need that item.
    2. Buy clothes from brands that have recycling and upcycling programs. 
    3. Choose to buy from brands that are both affordable and offer quality products. As ethical and sustainable clothing brands gain popularity, they will continue to become more affordable. Support organizations that include sustainability in their mission when possible. 
    4. Instead of donating to large chain thrift store charities, donate to a local shelter or nonprofit organization that gives clothes directly to those in need in your community.

    You can choose to book a door step pick up of your donations on Happieesouls and we deliver it to the local orphanages, old age homes, shelter homes and grassroots NGOs.

         5.  Support local artisans by buying handmade, eco-friendly goods supporting Indian made     products

    We can't continue to consume and discard clothing in the way we have, because of the environmental impact of production and transportation, the waste from unwanted clothing and frequently the awful conditions suffered by people in the supply chain. This industry is nothing without effective supply chains. With fashion supply chains contributing as the 3rd highest producer of global emissions amongst the main eight supply chains according to the World Economic Forum 'Net Zero Challenge: Supply Chain Opportunity Insights Report' dated January 2021.

    Social media and influencers supporting sustainability and slow fashion has a big part to play in sharing the message and more resources submerge daily that allow people to really understand what fast fashion has done. We estimate that there are 300 plus million people working in fashion and related sectors worldwide. If we can build collaboration between those professionals who want to see change – we can move mountains and make this world a better place for every living being.

    If you want to be an influencer for good, join our community of ambassadors and lets spread a word about sustainable living. Write to us at aditi_chakraborty@happieesouls.com

  • Let us clean up our nation by donating to NGOs and help in recycling.

    For a moment let's think about the great ocean but not as the beautiful blue thing you see in commercials or the view from above, just think about the incredible amount of plastic and other waste taking over our oceans. Trash is being eaten by marine life and has entered every level of the food chain — even ending up in the seafood on our plates.

    Time to think about what it is doing to us and all life on this planet.

    Did you know? Textiles are the second biggest polluting industry. The average life span of a garment is roughly three years, and so, textiles generate a huge amount of waste. Five percent of all global landfills are being taken up by dumped textile waste.

    Currently, the short lifecycle of apparel product due to rapid fashion cycles and increased buying power of Indian consumers in urban areas is resulting in significant amounts of post-consumer textile waste  in the form of used clothing or even second-hand clothing 

    The pre-consumer waste produced during the industrial processing of textiles by the manufacturer includes scraps, damaged or defective material samples, fabric selvages, and leftover fabric from the cutting process. On average, about 15 percent of the fabric used in garment production is cut, discarded, and wasted. The fabrics that are made from 100 percent degradable material like cotton, linen, silk, hemp are recycled into compost, or up-cycled into a value-added product. Synthetic textiles can be up-cycled into composites and building blocks to be used in construction or soundproofing applications.

    As in economies, it is said resources are LIMITED and the needs are UNLIMITED but unfortunately, now trash is unlimited and the idea of recycling is limited. It does break my heart to say that recycling of textiles was a domestic craft in India and currently there are textile clusters and small-scale industries like NGOs to work on second-hand imported clothing. These clusters also develop a range of products like recycled yarns, doormats, prayer rugs, blankets, and bed linen. The leftover garment pieces are also sold as industrial wipers for the paints, chemicals, and construction industries, for both local and international buyers in Japan and Australia, but there are limited studies to evaluate the channels of recycling of post-consumer apparel waste in India

     The NGOs working with post-consumer apparel can be further classified according to the way they use the donated clothes. These NGOs helps in reuse, recycle and give these post consumer textiles to the needy people.

    These NGOs contribute to sustainability by

    • Partnering with slums and donate to people in need
    • Partnering with homes and orphanages; donate to children and people with need at these homes
    • working towards relief and shelter, donate to people in need after natural calamities
    •  Partnering with Artisans who recycle products like rugs, mats, bags, sanitary napkins, etc for the rural sector 
    • providing a livelihood and employment for lots of people who are underprivileged    

    Almost half of the population in India would like to discard the clothes that are no more in use. There is a lack of awareness on the channels available for a donation of used clothing, though most of the people are willing to donate. The channels of post-consumer recycling of clothes are mostly NGOs who use it for charity or up-cycle it to new products using a community of artisans, who work for their livelihood.

    Many other channels involve the small-scale industries that convert the post-consumer apparel waste to fibers and yarns. The fibers from the shredded clothing are generally used as fillers for mattresses, pillows, cushions, etc. in the unorganized sector or converted to recycled yarns.

    A detailed study needs to be undertaken to evaluate the percentage of clothing that follows each of these channels in India. Additionally organized channels of recycling also need to be developed by the private labels to prevent clothing from being discarded in the waste and to encourage efficient recycling of post-consumer apparel in India.  

    so, what can be done ?

    DONATE TO THE RIGHT HANDS TO WITNESS THE CHANGE. Happieesouls delivers your donations directly to the right local NGO partner in need.

    If you want to register your NGO at HappieeSouls, please write to me at mega_sri@happieesouls.com

  • Reinventing CSR 2021 - “Go Digital”

    India is the most populous youngest country with 54% of population below 25 years of age. Naturally, in a country of this mass, there are a total of 1.26 million registered companies. According to a report published by PwC on World in 2050, India would outrank the US at 2nd place in world GDP ranking. What do all these numbers tell us? The obvious answer is - India is going to be a major contributor in shaping the world in 2050. But more importantly, looking at the current degenerative state of natural resources, India would share the onus to build a more sustainable world. 

    The corporates of the world and specifically of India (considering they would have a key role to play in accelerating India to be a world leader) have a responsibility and choice to create a more sustainable world. Now, if you have been working long enough in corporate you might have already added the two 2’s and derived a 4. Corporates + sustainability = CSR. 

    Why should Corporates engage in CSR?

    Nevertheless, CSR stands for Corporate Social Responsibility and is a business’s approach to sustainable development by delivering economic, social, and environmental benefits. Now before you say – “Isn’t that some kind of Greenwashing? “, I would direct you to my trusted pal – facts. A recent report published in Forbes magazine, found that 42% of how people feel about a company is based on their perception of its CSR activities. This means that nearly half of a company’s reputation is based on the public’s feelings about what the company is doing to support the community.

    CSR activities have been proven to be effective at bringing about Innovation (you heard that right), cutting costs, brand positioning, building bonds with existing customers and reaching out to new customers. So, it is as important for a company to have a CSR strategy as a marketing strategy (some companies even playfully mix them up at times.)

    The pandemic has changed processes, structures and altered our way of life significantly. Companies like Twitter and Facebook have embraced Work from Home as a permanent solution which is a win for a sustainable lifestyle itself. (Think about the huge share of non-renewable resources this is going to save.) There is also a growing need of ensuring safety protocols for both corporates and NGOs while conducting business as usual. Consequently, there is a need to shift CSR onto digital platforms. We need solutions that engage employees in CSR from the comfort of their home.

    Why should you partner with Happieesouls?

    As a corporate, making donations is great but even better is aligning with an organization which gives your company a platform to connect with numerous causes. After all, every CSR professional wants a diverse portfolio for their company. We are an ethical organization dedicated to the cause of sustainable lifestyle. If you are a corporate, you can partner with us through – 

    1. Digital CSR – We provide an online place to manage and maintain your CSR strategies in a transparent way, hence effectively and efficiently managing your budgets 
    2. Employee Engagement – As mentioned before, COVID times call for online solutions. We can also help you engage your employees in CSR through online channels, hence contribute to sustainability.
    3. Corporates for Causes – Ratan Tata famously said in an interview in 2015 that corporates should monitor their CSR spending and ensure they are being used for right causes. Spend your CSR budget wisely on a cause of your choosing. We work on promoting sustainability, education, health and hygiene, environment, nutrition, women empowerment and circular economy. 

    What makes us different?

    Happieesouls takes immense pride in providing help and support to over 250+ NGOs across the country with more than 10,000 beneficiaries. We strive to provide unique solutions for corporate CSR strategies. We believe in connecting corporates with grassroot level NGOs based on their cause in a direct manner. This cuts down wastage of your CSR budgets, helps you monitor the impact of your efforts and maintains transparency throughout the process. We also help you curate a CSR strategy that aligns with your goals and help you monitor the difference your organization is making for these causes. 

    We believe in building a sustainable world and while CSR is not the panacea to the world’s problems, it certainly does start to move the needle towards a more circular economy.   

    Would like to know more about our Digital CSR programs at Happieesouls, write to us at neha_malik@happieesouls.com

  • How Donating Clothes Helps the Environment and contributes to Sustainable Lifestyle?

    As per reports in a fashion magazine, 73% of discarded clothes end up in landfills, that are brimming with so much urban waste that by 2050, India will require one the size of New Delhi to fit all of the waste it produces. That means in another 30 years, Indian will be brimming with urban waste.

    In the age of social media fashion gurus and influencers it’s easy to get caught up in the rat race of the hunt for the latest rags. The latest trends outfits soon becomes outdated and lingers on in the dark side of the closet piling up you wardrobe and eating up all your free space.

    Well, modern fashion is a fickle mistress, and her moods keep changing all the time, with new trends replacing old ones within a few months. So, what do you do with all the awesome clothes you just wore once and twice that tragically is outdated or no longer fitting clothes? 

    The answers lies in recycling, reuse and upcycle. Believe it or not, donating clothes not only helps bring a smile to someone needy but it’s actually great for the environment. Here is how:

    1. Donating Clothes reduces Landfill waste

    Every year, tons of clothing are discarded and end up in landfills. Many of these clothing items are in usable condition. These textiles can take up to 200+ years to decompose. Decomposing these textiles emit toxins that are released into the air and water, polluting the environment. The bigger these landfills, the higher the levels of pollution.

    If you reuse, repurpose or donate your clothes, you stop the landfills from getting bigger and give your clothes a new life; creating a positive effect on the environment.

    2. Old Clothes brings Smiles and Helps those in need

    By donating your clothes to charity, orphanages, old age homes or communities nearby you, you can help underprivileged people who cannot afford clothing and basic necessities.

    Clothes discard in landfills taking up space and polluting the environment can instead help the people that need them the most.

    Another way is to donate clothes to companies who are into upcycling. They recycle and find creative ways to reuse as long as possible.

    3. Saves Water and Reduces Water Pollution

    It takes 2,700 liters of water to make one cotton shirt. Fashion industry uses tonnes of water in the production of new clothes. By donating instead of throwing, you can break the cycle of overusing fresh water, hence saving tonnes of water

    Additionally, When the rain falls on textile landfills and the toxins released, the water rinses out the chemicals, and together they accumulate at the base of the landfill, eventually finding their way down to the groundwater.

    When you donate clothes and they’re reused by someone else, there’s no need for such high production of new items since there will be lesser demand. Hence, clothing donation saves water by protecting it from polluting chemicals. Think back to the huge landfills

    Please note the production of nylon (clothes made of synthetic materials) involve great greenhouse gas emissions, and nylon breaks down in the washing machines and causes a buildup of microplastics in our water systems.

    4. Lowers the Carbon Footprint in the Environment

    Certain fibers in mass-produced clothing don’t break down at all. As mentioned before, Textiles can take up to 200+ years to decompose in landfills. These textiles in landfills, release the most dangerous chemicals to our environment and the emissions contribute a large amount of greenhouse gases every year.

    Additionally, the production of new clothes requires a lot of power along with water. The more power you need, the bigger the emissions of greenhouse gases.

    The donation of clothing will ensure that all the water and energy that was used in the creation of new garments will not simply go to waste. The longer the clothing is used is in circulation, lesser clothes will be produced and discarded at landfills.

    5. A Circular Economy with a Sustainable Lifestyle

    By donating used clothing, you contribute to reuse, recycle and it is used for as long as possible, then recycled.

    Creating a circular economy that builds a sustainable environment where things don’t go to waste as easily, and where everything is being used to its maximum potential. Sustainable living leads to a brighter future for all of you.

    By donating clothes you do good for others, the environment and to yourself. Time to act and be responsible. Take one step at a time, you can book a doorstep pick with us at www.happieesouls.com and we deliver directly to our NGO and upcycle partners in need.

  • Few ways of giving for a greater life!

    Babasaheb Ambedkar was a social reformer and fought for the discriminated and the underprivileged. Born in a Dalit family, he in his early stage of life had realised the socio-economic setbacks and worked towards the upliftment of the lower strata of the society. He has done his part and contributed immensely to protect them.

    As a common man, what have we done? We must agree that we have all been ignorant to the suffering that is happening around us.  However, it could possibly be because we might not have found enough time, or wouldn’t have figured the right place, people to help and there is a limit to how much an individual could contribute. Thinking all of these rudimentary facts, we eventually gave up the thought of charity.

    It's time to give up those thoughts, come together and if not as much as what Babasaheb did we can do just one small thing. Be it giving our old clothes to people in need or contribute a small amount for children's educational summer camp.

    Few small ways to help the unfortunate ones.

    • Donate your old clothes & household items.

    Do not throw away your used clothes when we have an option to give it to poor. We can afford to get new clothes every now and then, but, some people do not have that privilege.Anything you consider of no use can be of great value to the one who can not afford it.

    • Give your old books and share your knowledge.

    When we Indians see an old trunk full of books, we generally intend to give it to a ragpicker and make something out of it. Instead, give it to a kid who is curious but does not have the resources to fulfil his curiosity.

    • Donate a small amount of money to children's education.

    Crushing the prejudiced mentality of “How is my small donation going to make a difference”,  we must make our contribution irrespective of how small we think it is. There are established groups who are working for the cause, all we have to do is help them along in the process, doesn’t matter how much contribution you are making, the fact that you are contributing is sufficient.

    • Spend time with people who seek love.

    Of all the things a philanthropist could do, the best he or she can is to spend time at an old age or an orphanage. Money and material at some level can be attained but giving one’s precious time is above all. Spending time at an old age home can alleviate the pain of  someone's old mother, she is going to value it more than your monetary help

    • Adopt an animal.

    Why adopt? Animals are going to fill the void in your life, the one that you never knew you had. The unconditional love irrespective of colour, race,  sex and name will overwhelm you. They will make you a better person than you were before and your life better.

    Now, these are small things each one of us can do. Babasaheb Ambedkar had said that “Life should be great rather than long” and a greater life is one where we are able to make others life better. AtHappieesouls we work hard to make this process of giving easier and convenient for you. Happiness lies in giving, the more we give the more we receive.

    Choose the path you think is best to give and spread smiles. Viva la.

  • Vow to embark on healthy life on world health day - 6 easy ways to lead a healthy life!!!

    Why not start with a cliché- Health is wealth, there's no one who doesn’t acknowledge this fact yet fail to implement this philosophy in their life. And here’s  6 easy ways through which one can keep themselves healthy:

    1. The daily  nutrition

    On an average, a human being requires 2800 calories per day to work actively throughout the day. So, it's imperative that one has a proper diet with an equal share of proteins, carbs, and fats, ignoring any of these can end up giving trouble to both your mental and physical health condition. If you are not on a proper diet routine until now, it's time for you to now embark on a healthier lifestyle.

    1. The proper sleep

    This generation of people do seem all nocturnal, everyone loves to go out and have fun in the night or some are really comfortable working at the night. But, the matter of the fact is we all need to understand the consequences of improper sleep and what it can do to us. It can lead to chronic diseases.  A night's proper sleep is vital for the mental health condition. We ourselves can see a difference in functioning when we do not have a good nights sleep. Giving enough rest to our body should be a top priority.

    1. Play everyday

    So, however old one is, they should always spend some time in playing games. It could be anything, either indoor or outdoor, it will help the release of the endorphins and keep one in a healthy state of physical and mental health.

    1. Stay away from habits that damage your health

    Agreed that it's very difficult to stay away from this world full of enticing things. But, certainly one must know the limit to draw the line, their body should be the utmost priority. Eating junk foods on a regular basis and having a habit of smoking & drinking will cost more than what one thinks. Respect your body now, and your body will respect you back years down the line.

     

    1. Avoid stressing over things – Just let it go!

    A paramount importance has to be giving on this particular factor. Stress can sometimes latch onto one and cause all sorts of problems to the body and one might not even be knowing the fact that its all because of the stress. Be a happy go getting person, that will eventually keep you healthy.

    6. Do some charity

    This is something eccentric, so the question is how can this influence. Surprisingly, it does. When one donates to the needy there's an inner sense of contentment. And this good feeling is all we are talking about when we talk about health. Feel the good and live happily.

  • This NGO got listed on Happieesouls and look at how things changed!

    So What is happieesouls all about? How does it help an NGO? Is it beneficial for the user? To answer these questions, here we go with a very simple explanation of what happieesouls does..

    It all started with the problem that there are 32 lakhs NGOs in India which exist primarily on papers but might not exist in reality. This questions credibility of those thousands of grassroots NGOs that are actually working for the people and making an impact day on day. Well, those are the ones we believe in.

    We believe in the power of giving and give visibility to the change makers. Basically, Happieesouls is an NGO aggregation platform of genuine grassroots local NGOs. Happieesouls connects the NGOs, individuals and the corporates nearby. There are more than 100 NGO’s listed on its platform in a span of just 2 months and the numbers are soaring every day. Happieesouls’s mission is to get each and every genuine NGO its rightful donor who is presently concealed under the huge gap between the grassroots level orphanage, trust, home, foundation, society for the disadvantaged and the charitable donor. At Happieesouls, the NGO can launch itself nation-wide within few minutes.

    Kritagyata an NGO, working towards the betterment of children and women in need, was one of the few  NGO’s that got onboard at the beginning of Happieesouls. As they got listed on happieesouls, their donations-in-kind started to soar. They created their own bucket-list and now receive their bucket list items at their doorstep. So is the case with Ashanilaya, Need Base India and so on, who are all NGO’s working towards the betterment of the people.

    6 reasons why an NGO should get itself listed on happieesouls.

    • Online visibility

    Things have changed tremendously in the last decade or so, and internet is shooting for the stars. What another way than the internet to get yourself noticed by a maximum number of people. An NGO that gets onboard www.happieesouls.com will get maximum online visibility.

    • Untaped donor base

    An NGO that’s been running for a while now will have a certain number of donor’s who contribute to them but only from a limited locality or source. Happieesouls provides an opportunity to the NGO’s to launch them nation-wide and get the untapped donor base.

    • Doorstep services

    Happieesouls not only finds you the donor but also provides you with hassle free door-step delivery of the donations. What else can an NGO ask for? This is as good as it can get. Happieesouls picks up the donations from the donors and delivers it at the doorstep of the NGO which is in need of the supply.

    • Donor retention

    From the NGO’s point of view, it's most imperative that it does not lose its donor. The NGO definitely wants them to come back and do the donations. Happieesouls creates an ambiance and a working community where in the donors are willing to donate not just once, rather every time they get an opportunity.

    • Transparency

    Happieesouls thrives on establishing an impeccably transparent platform both for the donor community and the NGO.

    • Bucket list feature

    There are numerous features available for the NGO’s on Happieesouls’s platform, but this one is a flagship feature. Every NGO has its own kind of need based on their category and section of people they are addressing. At Happieesouls, the NGO can create a bucket list of all the items that they are in need of, find donors who are willing to donate.

    Changing the way the NGO viewed in-kind donations.

    #3 Easy steps to change your mentality about receiving donations

    1. Log on to happieesouls.com
    2. Click on NGO login tab.
    3. Create your account.

    And Ready to go!!!

    #Feelthepowerofgiving

  • 10 things to do to have a blissful life !

    Happy international day of happiness everyone!!!  Radiate Joie de vivre!!!

    There is a shift in attitude of people all around the world. People now value human happiness and wellbeing for a progressing economy.

    March 20 has been established as the annual International Day of Happiness!

    Happiness is the fundamental human goal, if one is not happy internally then whats the point of having all the worldly pleasures.

    So, the question is are you enjoying your life? Or the everyday stress, of lack of money, slow professional growth and no signs of any form of love, taking a toll on you.

    We have all been put into an illusion that happiness is an external entity like of having a big house, a car or money pouring upon you. But the fact is a lot of what predicts our happiness is not external rather internal.

    Real happiness seems so esoteric and understood by very few people.

    India’s rank on happiness index is 118.

    Here are few insights to keep yourself always happy:

    1.Be around happy people:

    That’s such an easy thing to do, isn't it?Happiness is extremely contagious, so by virtue of being around people who are always joyful is going to make you happy. Here, I’m not talking about having 1000 friends on your facebook friend list but, about people who you care for,can have a deep conversation and be complete self. Your happiness resonates and comes to back to you in manifold forms.

    2.Pay attention to small things.

    As said by a famous author Emily Elizabeth Dickinson, “take care of all the little things, and big things will fall in place”. Keep doing small things that give you happiness and lifts up your mood instantly.

    Those few little things could be:

    • Take a walk on the beach.
    • Pursue a hobby.
    • Listen to t o good music.
    • Read books.
    • Play and keep yourself fit, that helps in the release of your endorphins.

    3.Give/donate to people in need.

    True giving is not something when you donate to people when you have more than enough for yourself. Rather, when you have just enough for you and donate some to the needy, that’s what is true giving and that is what will give you a true sense of contentment.

    The donation could of any form:

    • Old books.Clothes that you don’t wear anymore.

    Having a habit of donating now and then could help you increase happiness in life.

    4.Relationships play one of the most vital role.

    Want to give another name to happiness?It's a fruitful relationship. Having a deep relationship with your parents, sibling &  friends is key to an enduring happiness.We need to have lasting relationships. We need to confide. We need to get support and be able to give, just as much is required for happiness.

    5.Focus on being happy in the moment.

    It's pretty tough to define happiness. It’s a never-ending process and an abstract finish line. Just doing things that make you happy is the answer to it. Think about things that make you happy and pursue it irrespective of the feeling of getting judged.

    6.Money may aid happiness, but will certainly not guarantee happiness.

    There is no straightforward relationship between wealth and well-being. Once our basic material needs are satisfied (i.e. once we’re assured of regular food and adequate shelter and a basic degree of financial security), wealth only has a negligible effect on well-being.

    Money can indeed buy you things that give you great pleasure. But, knowing to differentiate the thin line between need and greed can help you lead a happy life.

    7.Have experiences that revive you.

    Investing your time and money on experiences rather than possessions can boost happiness. Quite evidently, people get satisfied by the external possessions like that of an iPhone or supercar but these elements may fade away.But, experiences are immortal.

    8.Happiness comes with age.

    With age comes knowledge and experience.The more one grows older the more one realizes the importance of investing his/her time and money at the right places, eventually leading to a happier life. If you are a 20 someone, with time you will agree with me. Be patient.

    9.Be an optimist.

    Would sound like a cliché, but that the truth. Keep looking for good things around you and good will happen to you. Your thoughts inspire your action and your actions manifest things into a physical entity. Happiness is in your mind.

    10.Know yourself.

    The more one knows themselves, the more one takes decisions that can help in the betterment of their life and grow personally. Knowing your positives and the negatives, subsequently working on it will make your life better and happier.

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