THE HUNGER PROJECT COLLECTION
We’ve partnered with Eloisa Henderson-Figueroa alongside The Hunger Project on two special, limited edition towels featuring her marvellous murals. For each towel sold, we’ll donate 20% of the profit to The Hunger Project, to help with their work of ending hunger & poverty across the world.
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MEET THE ARTIST
We’ve collaborated with London-based artist Eloisa Henderson-Figueroa to bring you heart, on a towel. The aim of Eloisa’s creativity is to fill the world with joy through vibrant colours and shapes - just like us!
“I chose The Hunger Project because it’s a really amazing cause, it brings women to the forefront of everything! They work with the community and help them get out of poverty. Making the world brighter is just what I want to do. I want to make people happy.”
Supporting The Hunger Project
The Hunger Project’s vision is of a world where every woman, man and child lead a healthy, fulfilling life of self-reliance and dignity. Their mission is to end hunger and poverty by pioneering sustainable, grassroots, women-centred strategies and advocating for their widespread adoption in countries throughout the world.
Unlike famines which attract emergency aid, the millions living with hunger can’t buy enough food, eat enough nutritious food, or can’t afford the farming supplies needed to grow enough food. The Hunger Project believes that people living in hunger are not the problem - they are at the heart of a sustainable solution that lasts.
Help end hunger
Over 800 million people don’t have enough food to eat today, and we’re proud to help support The Hunger Project in their mission to unlock the potential of people in order to end their own hunger.
Their work has helped women like Anju Aktar from Bangladesh. Anju was married at 13 and had her first child a year later who got married at 16 and dropped out of school. With the help of The Hunger Project, Anju and other women like her developed their own organic compost that, unlike the local market compost, was free of pesticides and was much more affordable. Now, this group of women use the profits from their business to lend money to women in their community for their own income-generating projects.