unlu launches Diwali campaign to ignite creative career path for underprivileged kids

As part of the campaign, the company will provide free creative learning classes to more than 10,000 children of Delhi government schools to ignite their career path

New Delhi: With Diwali round the corner, unlu – a one-stop immersive learning platform in creative education has recently announced the launch of its 2-week campaign between 1 Nov to 14 Nov 2021 to provide free learning classes to aspiring creators from underprivileged backgrounds. The campaign will provide them with an opportunity to learn from the best celebrity instructors, connect with talent, create impactful content and empower their careers.

Committed to accelerating the learning and career of content creators, unlu’s exclusive Diwali campaign aims to make learning accessible and available to all and provide an equal opportunity to make a sustainable income from their creative passion.

More than 10,000 children from underprivileged backgrounds are expected to benefit from the social initiative. As part of the campaign, the company will be gifting more than 10,000 classes for free to children from multiple government schools in Delhi.

Commenting on the launch of the campaign, Vallari, (Brand communication & Social Media) of unlu said, “We are thrilled to be running a campaign that allows us to move closer to our mission of impacting the lives of learners and creators.”

“We hope our initiative goes a long way in shaping their learning, skill enhancement and also can positively impact their future profession and livelihood. We are looking forward to scaling a similar campaign to 100,000+ students across the country.”

With the Diwali campaign, unlu has embarked on a new journey of corporate social responsibility which is projected to expand its reach across multiple cities. Presently, the company will be running the campaign in Delhi NCR. However, it will be scaling a similar campaign to over 10+ metros and then Tier 2/3 cities in the next few weeks.

 

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