Meet The Makers

How your slipper purchase helps

  Supporting safe work with fair wages helps women gain autonomy.

The UN recognizes closing the employment gender gap as key to achieving gender equality and ending poverty. Our slippers are made by hand by women in Nepal, a developing country in dire need of jobs and industry. Roughly 90% of the women employed making slippers previously had no previous paid work

 10% of profits are donated to empower the next generation of girls.

Investing in girls triggers a ripple effect that benefits their children, their communities, and even the economy. It’s called the “Girl Effect”, and it’s why we reinvest 10% of profits into girls empowerment projects. As the saying goes, “If you educate a woman, you educate a whole family”.

woman wearing apron and mask working at a wet felting table

Support Job Creation in Nepal

Our slippers are made by hand at a family-owned workshop just outside Kathmandu, Nepal. The workshop provides good, safe jobs in a country where millions must go abroad to find work. (In fact, money sent home by relatives working abroad accounts for 30% of the GDP!)