Imani Collective is a community of dreamers and shakers who aren’t afraid to ask “why not?” Passionately pursuing a holistic approach to empowerment, they believe that once we realize what we’re made of, we can own what we’re made for. Convinced that we aren’t just better together — we’re our best together.
It started with sixteen women. Sixteen women looking for a better way to provide for their families. The Imani Collective now employs over fifty Kenyan men and women in Mtepeni Village and Mombasa, along with half a dozen women stateside.
The banner for this month’s Fair Trade Friday box created by Imani Collective is so much more than just a decoration for your home. It means food, clothing, and education for aritsans and their families in Kenya.
13” x 14”
Canvas Banner with Gold Printing
DESCRIPTION Our favorite soft unisex shirt is back and filled with hope. This shirt reads "hope hope hope" on the front in the colors of hope - seafoam, coral, white...
DESCRIPTION This earring was created in Haiti by our friends at Vi Bella. We think it pairs perfectly with the neutrals in our new Spring Line. This delicate seed bead...