Project Mala Seeks Expanded Importer Support

Project Mala, which has been supported for many years with contributions from the ORIA’s Charitable Fund, has two new donorship programs that it hopes will receive direct support from companies, as well.

The first is sponsorship of individual children or Project Mala-run schools. Project Mala was founded in 1989 with just one school in Guria that provides education for the very underprivileged children in the carpet belt of Uttar Pradesh, India. This effort has been expanded to ten schools, the most recent being the establishment of a secondary education class to enable the brightest children to reach their full potential.

The second is a new rug label program. At a cost of $1 each, the labels are designed to show company support for Project Mala.

Project Mala representatives Neville Platt and Robin Garland are available to answer questions about these programs. Mr. Platt can be reached via email at Platt by email at or at (301) 879 9772. For more about Project Mala, visit

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