Jazba means passion, which Team Jazba possess to change the basic wrongs hidden in the society. Volunteers here, aspire to help underprivileged people find the lost passion to live a successful and comfortable life.
Jazba’s motto is ‘To Help Them With All We Can’. People at Jazba works To promote education independence and healthy lifestyle among women and kids from the underprivileged sections of our nation.
We believe in building a team with like-minded people who want to be a helping hand and to keep them motivated, train them to understand the needs of people from different socio-cultural sections. Learn, Help & Grow with Jazba.
More than 30 volunteers have worked together for over 65 hours to date to provide basic education to children living in slum areas and are deprived of basic education.
More than 180 children were taught basic subjects, with a focus on English and on the importance of hygiene.
Gaming has been bloomed into various forms in today’s world and Jazba has found THE perfect way of directing the fun of gaming towards feeding the unfortunate souls.
More than 40 online gaming matches have been conducted by team jazba in which each player helps us feed a person. Till date, we have fed 600+ people using funds raised by this project.
When you see ‘food two times a day’ as a thing in the list of some people’s wish list, you’ll realize the privilege that lies in your hands and the opportunity of helping those in need.
Team Jazba has been successful in feeding 600+ people during the national lockdown and has done 13 food drives since September 2019, thus, feeding more than 900 people taking habitat in slum areas.
On a chilly night when you demand another cup of hot cocoa, a child sleeps without roof demanding a blanket for his/her body.
Till date, team jazba has successfully conducted 5 cloth distribution drives and distributed more than 800 clothes to people living in the slum. Our team members visited people residing to distribute the clothes.
Sanitary napkins should not be a choice, it should rather be a right. And rights are priceless. So sanitary napkins should be free of cost.
Jazba has conducted various visits to slum areas to distribute sanitary napkins and has been successful in reaching out to more than 100 underprivileged women. Jazba distributed pads for free, continuously for 6 months, and we strongly believe that with a packet of pad we gifted them wings.
As a responsible young woman, I consider it my responsibility to help other women and kids to fight for their rights. I believe in inculcating a sense of helping in the mindset of privileged youth, it is the need of the day, hence I established an organization aiming to include youth in lending help.Surbhi Jain (Founder)