There are many ways you can support The Wake Up Campaign
Host an Event + Raise Awareness
Book me in to share my story with your school, community, family and friends, organisation or workplace and start a conversation about the benifits of gender equality. I am able to offer in person and online sessions (COVID Permitting) You can even include a screening of a documentary about my mum and I's life to get the conversation started.
Buy My Merchandise
Help me raise awareness of the harmful effects of gender inequality in our communities. The profits raised via my unique collection of merchandise will help cover the costs of me visiting schools and communities all over the world.
Download My Music
Download my songs and directly support the development of a special education program in India that will promote gender-equality and challenge students to champion change. I have some pretty amazing collaborations I'll be announcing soon :)
Host a Screening
Host a screening of feature documentary “Geeta” in your community, in your workplace, at your school or with your friends and family, to raise awareness of this important issue. The filmmakers of the film are collaborating with me to design many aspects of the films social impact campaign and to attend screenings.
Become a Champion for Change
Sign up to my mailing list to receive the changemakers tool kit (releasing in a few months time) and to keep up to date on how we can work together to inspire our local communities, schools, workplaces and family and friends to make a positive change.
Become a Sponsor / Donor of my work
A tax deductible donation to the Geeta documentary social impact campaign via the Documentary Australia Foundation will directly support the growth and the development of The Wake Up Campaign and associated special projects.
Support My Sisters at Sheroes
Donate directly to Sheroes Hangout, a chain of cafes in India who only employ acid attack survivors. My mum and I are co-founding members with Stop Acid Attacks and the Chhanv Foundation and three other survivors. This fundraiser supports the running of the cafes and their survival, the salaries, education and skills training of 30 survivors working at the cafes and the rehabilitation, medical treatment and economic empowerment of up to another 100 survivors. Every little bit helps, no matter how small.
Get In Touch
Get in touch and lets collaborate and work together to create change.