Organisations We Support
I AM WATER FOUNDATION
I AM WATER believes in ocean conservation through transformative ocean experience.
Their mission is to ignite a movement of blue minds across the planet, to facilitate physical and emotional connections to the aquatic environment, to build an understanding of the interdependence of healthy humans and healthy oceans, and to influence behaviours to protect our global seas.
They are especially passionate about working with underprivileged coastal communities where, despite living within walking distance of the shoreline, they often find young people who have never seen the world just beneath the waves.
5% of all profits from our discontinued collection ‘Ode to the Ocean’ collection went to I AM WATER. We will be announcing our next collaboration with them in the near future, so watch this space.
Breadline Africa provides initiatives and infrastructure to support childhood development.
By converting shipping containers into classrooms, libraries, kitchens and toilet units, Breadline Africa provides thousands of children with the opportunity to escape poverty through education.
Their primary goal is to not only help children do better in school by ensuring that they have safer spaces to learn in, but also by implementing feeding programmes in poor communities to alleviate hunger. They currently support over 49 projects and have delivered over 1 million meals. They currently support over 49 projects and have delivered over 1 million meals.
5% of all profits from ‘Classic Capsule’ collection go to Breadline Africa.
THE JULIET CREW
The Juliet Crew is an all-female firefighting crew in the Western Cape.
Currently women are not adequately represented in this sector globally with many people still believing that firefighting is not a suitable occupation for women.
The ultimate goal for Juliet Crew is not to continue being the only all-female crew indefinitely, but rather to show that women have a place at the fire. That goal will only be reached when they are no longer labelled as women-firefighters, but simply firefighters.
THE AMY FOUNDATION
The Amy Foundation offers programmes which develop and empower the youth of South Africa.
The Amy Foundation, formerly the Amy Biehl Foundation, located in the Western Cape – South Africa, is a non-profit organisation that offers programmes which develop and empower youngsters from challenged and vulnerable communities.
Their after school programmes in Gugulethu and Bonteheuwel provide an environment that allows school-going children to overcome shortcomings in their education. By focusing on creativity the Amy Foundation aims to make learning enjoyable while fostering the drive to academic success.
Their Youth Skills Development programme based at their Head office in Sybrand Park, helps young adults prepare for the world of work, employment and entrepreneurship.