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Elephant Branded

Passport Case

£15.00

Up-Cycled Accessories supporting education in Africa and Asia.

The Elephant Branded Passport Case. Hand crafted from recycled cement bags by villagers in Cambodia, for every one of these Cases you buy, Elephant Branded hand deliver school stationery to a child in Africa or Asia. Without stationery, children can’t get the most out of school.

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What Elephant Branded do?

Its name is Elephant Branded and the idea is simple. You buy one ethically made, recycled bag or related product and they give one ergonomically designed school bag and kit to a child in Africa or Asia. Simple as that. They pay a fair, competitive wage to local villagers who make our bags out of locally sourced, recycled materials. Not only do they get a fair, reasonable wage but they also have the opportunity to learn valuable skills that permit them to have a sustainable, effective way to get out of poverty. Then they sell it to people like you.

To make a positive, long term, sustainable change to the communities that produce their products and the children that receive their school kits. One Elephant…One Idea.

One Elephant...One Idea. Supporting education in Africa and Asia.

Why do some children have the right to an education whilst others don't? By buying one of their products, they will donate a school kit to a child in Africa or Asia. Simple as that.

Elephant Branded aim to make a positive, long term, and sustainable change to the communities that produce their products and the children that receive their school kits. One Elephant...One Idea.

You buy one ethically made, recycled bag or related product and they will give one ergonomically designed school bag and kit to a child in Africa or Asia. Simple as that. Elephant Branded pay a fair, competitive wage to local villagers who make their bags out of locally sourced, recycled materials. Not only do they get a fair, reasonable wage but they also have the opportunity to learn valuable skills that permit them to have a sustainable, effective way to get out of poverty. Then they sell it to people like you. The Elephant has just stepped outside. Now we have to keep him there.