Join a campaign on WOOP to complete tasks called missions - quizzes, surveys, reviews, photos, videos, memes and more. Earn points for each mission in proportion to the effort involved.
The more points you earn from doing missions, the higher the chances of winning rewards like free products, Amazon gift cards or exclusive experiences such as appearing in an advertisement or meeting famous celebrities.
Besides winning rewards, your WOOP points will make a difference to those in need. For every 500 WOOP points you earn, we donate money to create one school day for a little girl from a poor family in India. Doing good has never been easier.
We offer a variety of rewards on WOOP. For example, discount coupons, free products, gift hampers, shopping vouchers, or even unique experiences like meeting a celebrity, getting featured in a brand advertisement, or a ride in a hot air balloon!
For every 500 points you earn on WOOP, a little girl in India goes to school for another day via Nanhi Kali, a registered charity in England and Wales (registered charity no.1153797).
20 million girls in India are deprived of school, 2.5 times the number of school girls in the United Kingdom. Your participation in WOOP campaigns can make a difference. Doing good has never been easier.
Mehek, 11 years old
Mehek is a Class 6 student from a small town called Bahlolpur, new New Dehli. Her father stopped sending her to school when they moved 6 kilometres away but Nanhi Kali’s Community Associate, Sandhya immediately visited Mehek’s home and convinced her father to continue her schooling.
Utkarsha, 8 years old
Utkarsha is a class 3 student from Tinhewadi, a small town near Pune in western India. Her parents have disabilities that were affecting her academic performance and confidence. The Nanhi Kali Coordinator noticed this and provided counselling sessions. Her academic performance has improved and now she even participates in extra-curricular activities.
Sravani, 9 years old
Sravani is a class 4 student from Saidabad, a small town near Hyderabad in Southern India. Her family earns only £ 3 per day which is hardly sufficient to meet the needs of their household. Despite these challenges, her parents want to provide her with quality education. Nanhi Kali provides academic and material support to Sravani. She has an excellent academic record and has even won three medals for dance.