Wear Your Beliefs
Lamis is 4 years old. She loves attending the school where she has made a lot of new friends. Her father was arrested and she lives with her mum and two younger siblings. When she grows up she wants to be an engineer to fix all the buildings that have been destroyed by the war.
Ali is 8 years old. He fled to Ghouta with his mother and three older siblings when his father died. He loves coming to school and playing with his friends. He enjoys studying English and has already learnt the alphabet and numbers. When he grows up he wants to be a teacher to teach the children at The House of Daraa
Mohammed is 4 years old. his father has been arrested and he lives with his grandparents and his mother. His best friends at school are Laith, Omar Unis and Ali, together they play fun games with the toys at school. His favourite thing at school is food!!! He loves chicken with rice and yogurt. He also wants to be a teacher so he can become friends with all the children that go to school
Every product purchased from the Reddendi Middle East range will help to teach English to a child at the House of Daraa
Fadal at 13 he thought he’d missed the chance to go to school. After his first year of education from the Africa Education Trust he is the first in his family to read and write. "Now when my family needs to send for something from town I can write the letter for them!"
Every product purchased from the Reddendi Africa range will help to educate a child in West Africa
Peru, Latin America
Andis is 8 and lives at Azul Wasi, a home for street-living, vulnerable and at-risk young children just outside of Cusco. Andis likes to play football and hide & seek. When he grows up he wants to be a policeman or a teacher
Every product purchased from the Reddendi Latin America range will help to pay the school fees for a child in Peru
Read India improves the reading, writing and basic arithmetic skills of children between 6-14 years. India is home to 40% of the world’s illiterate. Children suffer the most with nearly half of India’s 210 million children unable to read or write. Without education, these children are vulnerable and unlikely to rise above the poverty of previous generations.
Every product purchased from the Reddendi India range will help to teach a child to read and write in India
We have partnered with the Africa Education Trust, an amazing charity that have been helping with the education of children in Africa since 1958. They work in South Sudan, Somalia, Uganda and Kenya.
The African Education Trust is hugely efficient and through its grassroots approach puts over 97% of the money donated to it to work.
We have agreed that for each Reddendi Africa Tie purchased we will donate enough money to help put a child through school for a year in East Africa.
We have partnered with Pratham UK; an amazing charity that was set up in the Mumbai slums in 1994. To date Pratham has reached over 1 million children in in rural India and 300,000 children in cities through its Read India programme with an active presence in 17 states, 32 cities and 28,000 villages.
Pratham is very efficient with only 5% of its donations going towards administrative expenses.
We have agreed that for every Reddendi India Tie purchased we will donate enough money to help teach a child in India to read and write for a year.
We have partnered with LAFF (Latin American Foundation for the Future); a charity in Peru that was set up in 2007 to support local charities that run educational projects in Cusco and across the Sacred Valley area.
LAFF's partners work to give street living children and adolescent mothers who are survivors of abuse an education, as well as providing an education for disadvantaged young people in rural communities.
We have agreed that for each Reddendi Latin America Tie purchased we will donate enough money to help put a child through school for a year in Peru.
We have partnered with Syria Relief a charity set up in Manchester, UK at the beginning of the Syrian crisis in 2011.
Syria Relief's overall objective is to provide support and care to those 7.6 million internally displaced by the conflict, thus helping to reduce the mass migration from Syria.
We have tied up with Syria Relief's House of Daraa. The House of Daraa is a school opened in August 2016 specifically to serve orphans in Southern Syria. The school caters for children aged between 4-9 and who have lost at least one of their parents.