New Fashion Design for Titanium Glasses Seeks Funding on Kickstarter
Aditya Kasana, founder of Josh Pano, a social enterprise selling affordable, titanium eye glasses and working to prevent or cure blindness by funding cataract surgeries in India. The frames manufactured in Japan, are stylish and contemporary. For every ten pair sold, Josh Pano funds a cataract surgery.
Josh Pano is seeking funding on Kickstarter.
Preliminary Interview with Aditya Kasana, the Founder of Josh Fano.
The following is a brief pre-interview that provides context for the recorded interview you may watch or listen to at the top of this article.
Aditya Kasana is a Founder for Josh Fano.
Crowdfunding page: kck.st/2R5o6bf
What is the purpose of your crowdfunding campaign?
For every ten pairs of glasses sold, Josh Fano will independently fund a cataract surgery through our partnership with Sightsavers. Avoidable blindness is a global issue, and cataracts are the leading cause.
At Josh Fano, we believe sustainability extends to not just the earth itself, but the people who inhabit it. We aim to do our part to support those most vulnerable in our global society.
More about Josh Fano:
Josh Fano is an independent design studio from Great Britain, with a mission to produce beautiful eyewear, crafted to the highest standards. The brand seeks to redefine luxury and combat global blindness in the process.
For-profit or Nonprofit: For-profit
Aditya Kasana. Photo credit: Mr. Ewan Waddel
Aditya Kasana’s bio:
My name is Aditya, and I founded an eyewear label called Josh Fano through which I fuse my infatuation for postmodern architecture with my devotion to meaningful action.
Growing up in India, I was constantly aware of the issues of preventable and curable blindness, inspiring me to forge the partnership with Sightsavers for this campaign.
Be a hero! Join the elite group of supporters who ensure that videos like this can continue to be shared! Visit heroes4good.org to become a hero now.
The post New Fashion Design for Titanium Glasses Seeks Funding on Kickstarter appeared first on GoodCrowd.info.