Connect with us on social media!
Not for profit Organisation, Inspiring Indian Women (IIW)
Company Number – 10879951 , UK
Our Motto – Lift! Support! Rise!
Our purpose – To collaborate and coordinate to create opportunities for each inherent talent, dreams, and desires to fulfill. To change attitude and stereotypical perceptions towards women.
Outcome – To be known faces all over for your work, your endeavors, your business, your art, your creativity and contribute towards prosperity of family and self.
Goal – Personal Satisfaction. The team has been working hard to carry it forward in supporting women from all fields to grow professionally as well as personally. The group’s tagline, ‘Lift! Support! Rise!’ is inspired by the poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou’s quote, ‘try and be a rainbow in someone’s cloud’.
The group was created on the 6th April 2016 as Inspiring Indian Women. Its members are based not only in the UK, but all over the world. In just six months the membership touched almost 5000. Slowly and steadily the group is rising to reach its objective by sharing inspirational stories of women in all fields be it in performing arts, entrepreneurship, children’s talent or even creating awareness against any gender bias issue.
The group believes in collaborating and coordinating with other Indian groups to organise events, for example with IWIL, IIL, Hindi women in UK, Made in India, IMUK, Jammu Kashmir festival team, Essex Indians, Events to Empower, Women 2 Women and Brahmin Society of North London, Enfield Saheli etc.
The pandemic taught us many lessons. One amongst it is to come together in support of each other with greater strength and integrity. Many jobs were lost, and many women struggled to meet ends. IIW decided to support women entrepreneurs to expand the market out of Facebook through a website.
Inspiring Indian Women, (not for profit organisation) was started with the vision to reach out and inspire each other with their success stories. It not only aims to help and promote Indian culture across the globe, but also provide a healthy platform for our Indian women to motivate and support others.
Address: 74A High Street, Wanstead, London, E11 2RJ.
Name: Rashmi Mishra
Name: Sarika Handa
Copyright © 2022 BOLTON HINDU FORUM
Website designed by Sunil J Patel