Each order with us contribute to a NGO of handicapped people.

"We make a Living by what we get, but we make a Life by what we give."
Each order placed with Label Aarna contributes to Sahaayam Public Charitable Trust which is an NGO of handicapped people who manufacture our premium Saree Bags by hand. Here at Label Aarna, we believe to empower the differently abled and provide them with a self-reliant platform as well as gives you, the customer, to contribute their part towards a better society. This ideology and cause of social responsibility sets our brand Label Aarna apart from the rest as we make sure to keep moving forward by taking the right steps to progress the society towards a better tomorrow. The idea of Sahaayam came about during the spring of 2017 to Pallavi Abhay Rathod with a mission to create new skills and employment, with a stable income for specially-abled people through sales of ethical handmade products to small-cap businesses. The founder has been rendering her services for the cause for over 22 years.

The Collaboration of Label Aarna and Sahaayam Public Charitable Trust is unique in its own sense as Eco-friendliness and Reusability of quality products while aiming towards a Sustainable society remains a common shared goal for both of our organizations.
The Design of the Saree bag that we provide with every order has a lot more pros to it than just using it to store your exquisite Label Aarna saree, it is made of jute and it is reusable and recyclable as well as is completely biodegradable, it can be used as a small bag for your daily chores.
We, at Label Aarna have granted our customers a unique opportunity of its own by making sure each purchase by you, with us counts for a better tomorrow
It’s a great privilege for Label Aarna to present a glimpse of the excellence that has a good cause attached to it as big brands aren’t socio-centric and we make sure that our products always have a greater good cause attached to it.  This is what sets us apart and above from the rest, we make sure each order counts.

- Vishwas Dudeja