Kutunga Launches Cause Shop Serving People for Care & Learning on its Socially Conscious Digital Video Marketplace

San Ramon, California (EastBayDaily) — “Kutunga is proud to support People for Care & Learning's Build-A-City project through its Self-Learning downloadable instructional video library! It’s a privilege to support PCL’s holistic efforts in eradicating the cycle of poverty in the under-served neighborhoods of Cambodia. The Kutunga Digital Media Shop dedicated to People for Care & Learning will provide with 20% of each transaction from the shop going directly to the cause,” said Arti Kapoor, CEO, Kutunga, Inc.

“People for Care & Learning is glad to be a part of Kutunga’s socially innovative platform. This partnership will help us raise funds for our Build-A-City project for the poor people in Cambodia through these self-learning instructional videos,” commented, Ivey Lawrence, Director of Events & Logistics, PCL.

About Kutunga, Inc.

Kutunga’s mission is to create awareness of various Causes and spread the spirit of giving by bringing Content creators, Consumers and Causes on one single platform, through our dynamic and socially conscious digital video marketplace, thereby making a difference in the world, one meaningful transaction at a time! Kutunga is serving families through its extensive library of self-learning, downloadable instructional videos related to child development, yoga, Pilates, fitness training, music, visual arts, subject training and more, from top content creators, while contributing to great Causes!

About People for Care & Learning:

People for Care and Learning (PCL) is a non-profit 501c3 humanitarian organization. For over a decade, PCL has been moving into neighborhoods throughout Southeast Asia adopting a holistic, systematic approach to eradicating the cycle of poverty by focusing on education, housing, feeding programs, business development, water, health, children and widows. PCL is in the middle of their greatest project, Build A City, where they are rebuilding an entire city for 1,500+ families living amidst extreme poverty outside of Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh. Learn more about the organization at peopleforcare.org.


Arti Kapoor


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