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At the House of Majestic, we believe in growing together as a company, as individuals, a community and a better world. For everyone. 

Hope is the beginning of will and will to act.

More than 2.5% from the sale of every item from the House of Majestic is invested in

teaching women to support themselves and their families, donating a meal to 50 people, A wish-fulfillment of a sick child, and 1-month sponsorship of a primary school student. this program, thereby enabling all Majestic customers to share their love with lesser the privileged.


What Are USHA Sewing Schools?

USHA Silai Schools are community-based initiatives with the aim of empowering village women to become entrepreneurs through sewing and setting up sewing schools. USHA in partnership with local NGOs, sets up Silai Schools in some of the country's most remote and rural corners. The NGO partners facilitate and support USHA to identify, set up and motivate village women to join these schools where they are trained in sewing (and given a free sewing machine) after which they, in turn, teach and train other women forming a network of self-reliant and enterprising women.


A wish experience can be a game-changer for a child with a critical illness. 

This one belief guides us in everything we do at Make-A-Wish. It inspires us to grant life-changing wishes for children going through so much. It compels us to be creative in exceeding the expectations of every wish kid. It drives us to make our donated resources go as far as possible. Most of all, it's the founding principle of our vision to grant the wish of every eligible child.

This is our mission!


The Robin Hood Army is a volunteer-based, zero-funds organization that works to get surplus food and food donations from restaurants and the community to serve less fortunate people.


Our local chapters are run by friends and colleagues, who hope to create a difference in their own unique way. For example, restaurants in the neighborhood Green Park will contribute to the homeless of the locality, through volunteers who live in Green Park. Our “Robins” are largely students and young working professionals – everyone does this in their free time. The lesser fortunate sections of society we serve include homeless families, orphanages, patients from public hospitals, and old age homes.


How does child sponsorship work?

World Vision child sponsorship programs focus on improving the physical, emotional, spiritual, and social well-being of the most vulnerable children. Our decades of experience have proven that the most effective way to help a child is to strengthen the child’s entire community, caring for every child along the way. In fact, because of these community-focused solutions, for every child, you help, 4 more benefits, too!  

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