The Driving with Selvi campaign that aims to leverage the power of the film and Selvi's story as a catalyst for gender equality in India through grassroots screenings, education and commercial driver training/job opportunities.
Selvi inspires girls and women like herself to imagine, and to create a better future for themselves.
GOAL - CANADA/US (Save Her A Seat): Increase awareness about child marriage; Raise funds from audiences, foundations and corporations to support our Indian initiatives.
GOAL - INDIA: Increase awareness about child marriage; inspire dialogue around personal and economic agency; and alter attitudes of women’s place in the family, society, and workforce. Through partnering with organizations dedicated to gender equality, Selvi’s story can inspire girls and women in their efforts to reach their full potential as members of a safe and equal society.
Donations can be made by Credit Card and Paypal on this page (see above right). For cheque, interac and wire transfers please email us for details.
Donations can be made in the following ways, directly to our fiscal sponsor Women Makes Movies. (Please note that 6-10% of your donation is withheld by WMM to cover their admin costs - if you don't need a tax receipt, please make your donation directly to Eyesfull Inc.) Please make sure to email us to let us know that you have donated. We'll add you to our mailing list!
Make checks out to Women Make Movies. Please put "Driving with Selvi" on the memo line.
Women Makes Movies
Re: Driving with Selvi
115 West 29th Street, suite 1200
New York, NY 10001
Please include “Driving with Selvi” as reference.
Bank name: Citibank
Account Name: Women Make Movies
Account #: 4967605331
Routing #: 021000089
SWIFT Code: CITIUS33
New York, NY 10013
Donations can be made on the Women Makes Movies website by scrolling down on the page until you come to Driving with Selvi.
Become a Driving with Selvi champion by holding a fundraising screening in your community. Inquire on our hosting page and add "fundraiser" where you are asked the number of screenings.