The Kalila Foundation
Kalila is a social enterprise dedicated to helping women and mums around the world.
The Kalila Foundation objective is to revolutionize how we approach women’s health. We aim to give support to women’s health initiatives through supporting the women who inspire us most, and by providing grants to grassroots projects to proactively improve women’s health. 5% of our online sales profits are dedicated to the Kalila Foundation. In addition to producing and selling quality, equitably produced items with Kalilawear, we will use our profits to reinvest in woman’s health initiatives. A lofty goal sure, but one we are confident in. By supporting causes close to our hearts we aim to give as much back as possible and with your help we can make a difference.
The Kalila Foundation has a goal: to bring together profits and community development for the betterment of mums. The Kalila Foundation vision is to improve maternal health conditions for all mums globally. The Kalila Foundation aims to support women’s health initiatives worldwide to make this vision a reality.
How to Help
The Kalila Foundation aims to support midwifery projects globally.
The Kalila Foundation is looking to support breastfeeding initiatives worldwide, particularly in remote areas where access to information is difficult.
The Kalila Foundation hopes to grows with families. We aim to support projects which support and nurture the overall health of mums, which in turn helps families to prosper
The Kalila Foundation is supported not only by its loyal customer base but also by its partners. We partnered with photographer Jessica Pepper Peterson to support her project documenting maternal health initiatives in Uganda and showcase her wonderful photography. Interested parties can join forces with us by sponsoring a Kalila Foundation project. To receive more information about becoming a sponsor, contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kalila Foundation is proud to have sponsored our very own Claire Sambolino on her challenge to conquer Kilimanjaro and raise funds for The Association of Post Natal Illness (APNI). She summited the “roof of Africa” at 5895m tall on 1st March 2018 and raised over £800 to help support the 10% of new mums who go on to develop postnatal depression. Kalila is passionate about supporting mum’s mental health as well as their physical well being and supports the work of the APNI.