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SipSafe Founder Anika Joshi Covered by Redmond reporter for making Braille Menus

Updated: 13 hours ago

SipSafe founder and CEO, Anika Joshi, is not only a young entrepreneur who is revolutionizing the way we access clean drinking water, but she has been a passionate advocate for STEM education and accessibility for all. Anika's latest accomplishment with her community outreach team, Jelly Jolts, is an inspiring example of her commitment to making a positive impact on the world.


Jelly Jolts, a group of six girls, recently collaborated with the Lighthouse for the Blind in Seattle to develop Braille menus for restaurants. The inspiration for this project came from a visit to the Lighthouse, where they learned about the challenges faced by people who are visually impaired while ordering food at a restaurant. The team was inspired to make a difference and partnered with restaurants to bring Braille menus to all the restaurants in their city.


The team's hard work paid off when their Braille menu was adopted by all Molly Moon ice cream restaurants in the Seattle area. To celebrate this accomplishment, the Redmond Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream will donate 100% of its sales on Sunday, Feb 23rd, 3pm-5pm to Lighthouse for the Blind.


Anika and her team's accomplishment is a shining example of how small actions we take at a local level can have social and economic impacts on a broader scale. Their project not only addresses accessibility for those who are visually impaired but also promotes the importance of STEM education and encourages more girls to enter STEM fields.


Anika's dedication to making a positive impact on society is truly inspiring. As the founder and CEO of SipSafe, Anika is already making waves in the world of health equity and environmental sustainability. With her community outreach work with Jelly Jolts, she is also promoting accessibility and STEM education, making her a true role model for young people everywhere.


Together with the community, Jelly Jolts raised $750 in just 4 hours at Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream's fundraiser for Lighthouse for the Blind.


We celebrate Anika and Jelly Jolts' accomplishment in developing Braille menus and look forward to seeing the positive impact their work will have on their community and beyond. We encourage everyone to support their efforts and to join us in thanking them for making a difference.

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