Testimonials

Alex Losani, a grade 8 student, hopes to promote accessible education in Kenya with these meaningful accessories. For two years, he has worked with Me To We, a not-for-profit social enterprise, to fund the construction of a schoolhouse in Rongena, Kenya. Through his travels to this community, Alex witnessed the true joy that education brings to its youngest residents—a cause that remains close to his own heart. The sale of these Rafikis marks the final stage of his “Action Plan,” the culmination of which will see a total of $10,000 raised by Alex. By wearing your Rafiki bracelet, you are demonstrating your support for Alex’s education-funding efforts. What’s more, you can view the direct difference your unique Rafiki has made by heading over to trackyourimpact.com. In Swahili, “Rafiki” means “friend.” This is connotation is reflected in your acceptance of this gift: by supporting Alex’s mission to further educational initiatives in Kenya, your Rafiki offers hope to our international friends in need.

By wearing your Rafiki bracelet, you are demonstrating your support for Alex’s education-funding efforts. What’s more, you can view the direct difference your unique Rafiki has made by heading over to trackyourimpact.com

In Swahili, “Rafiki” means “friend.” This connotation is reflected in your acceptance of this gift: by supporting Alex’s mission to further educational initiatives in Kenya, your Rafiki offers hope to our international friends in need.

Victoria Walzak