Building a strong, sustainable and self-empowered circular economy
8Finity interweaves opportunity, skill development, job creation, conservation, and environmental protection. With these pillars, we curated a brand that contributes to this cyclical closed loop which reduces excess waste.
We believe our brand is representative of the fact that we can have an endless product lifeline. By rethinking and repurposing pre and post-consumer waste, we are giving new life to old ends.
A part of our proceeds go to community welfare projects undertaken by us. Our underlying mission has always been to give back to the communities who have given us so much in return and we are happy to be able to spread smiles!
We help divert waste from landfills by repurposing it we support a circular economy and create awareness.
Job creation around environmental protection is our focus.
8Finity supports Green Pari, a social initiative addressing menstrual health and hygiene for under-privileged women and girls across the country. Founded in 2020, Green Pari aims to upskill women, empower them with knowledge and resources to make reusable sanitary pads. The Initiative aims to give a sense of purpose and pride and uplift communities across Bengal.
Green Pari has launched a ‘Plastics for Pads’ exchange scheme to create awareness about the ill effects of plastic on our environment. The low value and multilayer plastic used in our products and designs have been collected as a part of this ‘Plastics for Pads’ initiative. These collections are then upcycled by our team of artisans and designers.
Project JalPari has impacted over 5 villages in Bengal by providing them access to clean drinking water. Safe water is essential to human life. Polluted water isn’t just dirty, but also deadly. Water-poor communities are typically economically poor as well, their residents trapped in an ongoing cycle of poverty.
Education suffers when sick children miss school. Economic opportunities are routinely lost to the impacts of rampant illness and the time-consuming processes of acquiring water where it is not readily available. Children and women bear the brunt of these burdens.
Through this initiative, we aim to impact areas in Bengal that do not have access or the means to safe, clean drinking water.