Winky Singh the founder of Charity on Wheel's vision is to work with the women inmates of Tihar Prison and other jails globally, with a focus on enhancing the lives of women in prison. Charity on wheels' specifically works upon on points summarised below:
- Commercializing and branding Prison manufactured products with a view to increase product outreach and consumption.
- Imparting skills and training that are marketable and financially viable with a view to enhanced income generation while in prison and employability on release.
- Designer garment construction from with the prison utilising all the resources and materials produced inside for commercial retail.
- Enhancing access to legal aid to help with cases of complaints, under-trials, appeals etc.
- Maintain contact with their social network outside prison to ensure a smooth transition after release.
- Re-integration into society with dignity.
- Utilising the Tihar catering facilities to provide food for underprivileged children.
Charity on Wheels is looking for funding of 6,00,000INR or more, as that is the minimum amount of money Winky Singh spends in a month by donating machines, pattern cutting tables, cutting and stitching materials etc in different prisons, buys fabrics made in the prison, to give employment to the women she gets new garments/collection made every month to do charity events globally. Starting new techniques like block printing, etc in the prisons which does not have such facilities.
- One Stitching machine costs - between (16,000- 18000INR)
We want to start donating at least 20 machines per month. (approx 3,60,000INR)
- Pattern cutting table - (approx 10,000-12,000INR), We want to at least donate 5 every month in the prisons where there is no facility to even cut the garment.
- Setting up a regular block printing unit costs (approx 1,50,000INR)
We would appreciate the support from whoever is ready to support us, by this money they get to fight their cases, pay the lawyer and send some money to their families outside. Let's help them grow and give them another chance to live.