Our bigger purpose

We are committed to supporting various projects supporting children in need and climate change mitigation efforts with 10% of our profits. 

“It does not matter how long you are spending on the earth, how much money you have gathered or how much attention you have received. It is the amount of positive vibration you have radiated in life that matters,” 
― Amit Ray

TADA

focused-boy-with-hands-together-66031895
TADA-logo-800x800px.jpeg

TADA is a non-profit organisation that provides supplementary, voluntary, motivational and society-oriented education to children aged 10 to 14, who come from the most socioeconomically disadvantaged neighbourhoods. Over the course of three school years the TADA pupils discover diverse aspects of society in weekly experiential classes. Every Saturday the TADA pupils receive courses from inspiring professionals – volunteers – from all areas of the labor market, for example entrepreneurs, engineers, chefs, lawyers, and journalists. Through experiential learning and courses on topics such as law or finances for kids, TADA shows kids what ‘later’ could have in store for them. By doing, these children not only get to know the greater society and the labor market, but they also discover themselves: what they’re good at and what they like. Their weekly yoga and meditation classes will be on the gorgeous yoga mats we were able to provide to them thanks to your purchase!

www.toekomstatelierdelavenir.com

Weforest

In order to stay below a temperature rise of 2 degrees, we need to remove the excess carbon from our atmosphere. A simple nature-based solution exists.

WeForest, backed by a scientific network, is growing a movement of small and large responsible companies committed to having a positive impact for people and for our planet. WeForest works with communities, local organizations and NGOs to develop scalable reforestation projects, demonstrating how it is possible to mobilise communities and restore our degraded soils.

www.weforest.org

life-on-earth---environment-and-ecology-