When we heard Soko wanted to create a bracelet that supports TAP, we couldn't have been more excited.
We love their killer style and that they employ Kenyan artisans. 20% of each bracelet sold goes to our hunger campaign, which is enough to feed one person in Kenya.
So far, these bracelets have fed 117 people.
Meet 8 incredible women who #ChooseAdventure
Andi Potamkin Blackmore
Founder of LeMise
"I choose to be optimistic. I choose to believe in the goodness of people, of the world. I choose to take risks. I choose to say yes.
This makes me vulnerable but I choose it anyway.
Sometimes I fail, but sometimes I succeed. And when I do succeed, I grow. Living this way makes everyday an adventure."
"A lot of times, when you work in fashion, it is easy to get swept up in fantasy and become disconnected from real people and real problems. I love that the Adventure Project makes a real difference in people's lives by creating jobs. Opportunity is everything and I think it is really important to take on this challenge on a global scale. Being a good citizen and person is not just a local effort."
Founder + Creative Director of Pattern Pulp Studio
"I’ll always support companies with a mission geared towards helping the lives of their artisans. The Adventure Project focuses on the farming program in Kenya and the cuff is one small way give back to a system that’s aiming to make a difference."
Creative Director + Co-Founder of Stone Fox Bride
"I am passionate about any business initiative that seeks to integrate altruism and entrepreneurship. Conscious capitalism, baby. We should all hop aboard that train."
Graphic Designer, Kelly Christine Studio
"I use the word "adventure" with my little nephew all the time. Each time he's with me, I tell him we're going on an "adventure", which could mean anything from a quick trip to the grocery store to wandering around a museum. We #chooseadventure wherever we go, no matter how mundane the destination. Life is meant to lived."