Students in Quinte make handicrafts using wood reclaimed from the Frink Centre boardwalk. We turn pieces of our own education experience into beautiful keepsakes. Look for our unique candle holders, signs and decorations at our next community event!
For hundreds of years the Maasai have handcrafted jewelry in the form of beadwork, which embodies the whole of Maasai culture representing beauty, strength, tradition, warriorhood, marriage, age sect, marital status, social status and their deep love and devotion for their cattle. We have many stunning pieces, created by women's cooperatives in Meserani village.
A kanga is a colourful cloth, worn by women and occasionally by men throughout the African Great Lakes region. It is a piece of printed cotton fabric, often with a border along all four sides, and a central design. The kanga is culturally significant on Eastern coast of Africa, often given as a gift for birthdays or other special occasions. Discover our selection of gorgeous kangas!
For $25, your donation helps provide a daily meal to a child at school in rural Tanzania. It also enables a local woman to gain a livelihood. You receive a beautiful photo card describing your gift.
For $800, we can install another rooftop solar panel in Meserani. There is no power at the school or in the teachers' living quarters. By improving the living and working conditions of teachers, we can attract them to the school and motivate them to remain.