WE DONATE 10% OF PROFITS TO OUR PARTNERS.
With our key guiding principles of Sustainability, Fair trade, and Community development, our social business is focused on bringing the natural crafts, fabrics and designs to a wide range of baby products and toys.By introducing our children to sustainably sourced, ethically made fair trade products we hope to be a part of the green future.
As we work to empower our artisan partners and improve the quality of life in their communities in many ways, including literacy workshops, business training, and health programs, we are proud to be partnered with non-profit organizations that are changing the landscape. We are committed to donate 10% of profit to organizations that are working for rehabilitation of women and children – that’s how we pay it forward.
The Salaam Baalak Trust: With their commitment to get scores of street children ‘off the street and on their feet’, the trust provides opportunities to experience the joys of childhood and prepares them for productive adulthood. Their rehabilitation program offers shelter, food, education medical assistance, creative and sports activities and vocational training. Learn more.
Program for Women's Empowerment and Self Sustenance: As a self-help group of seamstresses from Kodaikanal, a small town located in the southern state of India, Tamil Nadu, the program provides basic training, hands on sewing and design experience and eventually women become participants of the program where they earn fair trade wages based on piece-rate, which is determined by all the participants. Piece-rate gives them control over their working hours, allowing them to work part-time or from home while caring for their families. The group also helps victims of domestic abuse, both women and children and provides economic and social support through their rehabilitation and assistance program. Learn more.
Save the Children: With a focus on integrating HIV sensitive interventions across all sectors of its programming, Save the Children works to support children living with HIV or in households infected by HIV through HIV sensitive approaches.Programs include group peer education sessions to educate communities and children about HIV, increasing awareness of prevention and decreasing various forms of stigma. Peer groups are also formed for children living with HIV to create a network of support and encouragement. At risk children are also provided with counselling, HIV testing and prevention services for sexually transmitted diseases. Learn more.