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Our New Purse Collection
We have been busy making unique purses from donated fabrics. Like the Daisy one above :) They help reduce the enormous fashion waste we keep producing and also help fund education in rural Cambodia.
We have just uploaded them all online and they are available for your viewing pleasure. Click here.
OUR PERMANENT HOME:
422 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, VIC, 3065
Finally we have a permanent home after a 3 month search. In the heart of Melbourne's oldest suburb Fitzroy. It is a short tram ride from the city. Catch the number 11 tram from Collins street towards West Preston. Get off at Stop 17. Or anywhere on Brunswick street and have a wander and explore. Lots of great place to eat, visit and do here. Much love Xx
THE BEEKEEPER BACKPACKS WILL TACKLE THE WORLD’S MASSIVE TEXTILE WASTE ISSUES HEAD ON WHILST FUNDING THE ENGLISH PROGRAM FOR A SCHOOL IN RURAL CAMBODIA, GIVING EACH CHILD A RICH FUTURE OF QUALITY EDUCATION.
AVAILABLE NOW FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. OUR MARCH DROP JUST GOT SHIPPED IN. SEE WHAT AWESOME CLASSIC DESIGNS ARE IN OUR ONLINE STORE NOW.
ALSO CHECK OUT OUR NEW PANDA BLACK AND CHOCOLATE BACKPACKS. FROM THE ROYAL RANGE.
REMEMBER FOR EVERY BEEKEEPER BACKPACK YOU BUY, YOU WILL SEND A CHILD TO ENGLISH CLASSES FOR ONE WHOLE YEAR.
AVAILABLE NOW FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
8 DIFFERENT DESIGNS TO CHOOSE FROM.
REMEMBER FOR EVERY IPAD/TABLET CASE YOU BUY, YOU WILL SUPPORT OUR SOLAR GIFT OF LIGHT PROJECT FOR CHILDREN IN RURAL CAMBODIA.
KOKY SALY BEING INTERVIEWED ON ABC NEWS BREAKFAST
Koky Saly speaks to News Breakfast about a new project which helps give children in third-world countries an education in memory of his sister.