Sqrrl, a savings and investment
startup, has partnered with GiveIndia, India’s largest online donation
platform, to help 200 underprivileged children get access to education and
mid-day meals across 19 states in India.
Named ‘Mission 200’, this campaign allows Sqrrl users to contribute to the
welfare of these children, simply by transacting on the app. Each time you use
the Sqrrl app, the Sqrrl team will sponsor the education and mid-day meals of 1
The Founder of Sqrrl, SamantSikka,
says “As we turn the year and look forward to the new year with hopes and
aspirations, we thought it best to use this opportunity and share our abundance
with people who need them. We invite you to join this Mission 200 and take a
small step to spread Big Smiles”.
The team at Sqrrl also says that
sharing and caring is in the fabric of the app itself. It is India’s 1st
personal finance app where users can invest their money directly into tax-saver
donation funds, powered by GiveIndia.
Co-founded by SamantSikka, Sanjeev
Sharma, and Dhananjay Singh, the Sqrrl app was launched in the year 2017 and
has more than 3,50,000 users across India. The app is available in 9 local
languages – Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada and Malayalam. It has a unique feature, Sqrrl Away, to round up a user’s spends
to the nearest Rs. 100 or Rs. 500. This feature is designed to especially make
saving money easier for the youngsters.
Launched in March 2017, Sqrrl is
an investment and wealth management platform aimed at helping young
Indians develop the habit of savings and
This app has taken on the challenge of making savings truly micro by
automating and simplifying the process of investing in mutual funds. The users
can do goal-based investments in mutual funds. Users can save for specific
purposes such as tax savings. The
intelligent algorithms allow uses to create an investment portfolio customised
for their risk appetite. Users can also start SIPs or make lumpsum investments.