Well, we do. Especially if they are made from our favorite, colourful African/Holladais wax fabrics.
Our super stylish organic, african cotton tees with patch pockets will be in our shop by Monday – there a great way to keep it keep it simple but add a splash pf colour that might tempt the sun to shine here in the UK!
Organic tees with extra jazz!
We even have some for grown ups! (this is Steve being a grown up)
Tom was ecstatic when he was able to enroll in school
We’ve just added even more gifts in our shop with prices starting from as little as £3!
Whether you’re buying for a favourite aunt or a hard-to-buy-for friend, you know you are making a real difference when you buy from awamu because you are also giving a wonderful gift of education to orphaned children like Tom in the slums of Kampala.
Tom was ecstatic when he found out his dream of enrolling in school would finally come true. Here is a little film we made with Tom and his Aunty so they can tell you for themselves how awamu is changing their lives.
We spent yesterday (a drizzly Sunday in N16) experimenting with ink – we’ve screen printed a new batch of our organic cotton giraffe t-shirts and baby grows (as promised to many of you over the last few months!)
oli otya? I’ve come all the way from Uganda to show some neighbourly love to all the residents of N16 – we’re offering free postage on all orders from our on-line shop.
If you live in N16 simply use the code ‘N16FREEPOST’ when you reach the check out of our shop.
If the delivery address is in N16 (Stoke Newington) we won’t charge you postage and will deliver your order for free.
We hope you enjoy all the beautiful clothes, toys and accessories handmade for you by our women’s groups in Kampala. And as we use all the our profit to support orphaned and vulnerable children in the slums of Kampala – you can feel doubly good about your purchase.
Greenstreamline aims to provide a one-stop-shop for green “green” – a place to buy and sell green products, and interact with other members of the community with a similar ethos.
They believe being green means being conscious of what is going on and making informed choices about how to live and what to buy.
They feel being green means that you can make informed choices about how to obtain and consume environmentally responsible products, and how to live your life in a way that helps, not hurts the world and the community around you. That is why they invited awamu to be part of the community.