was created to represent the underrepresented. Our aim is bringing attention to the unspoken, to help spread awareness and inclusiveness through clothing, and to help those appreciate and be proud of where they came from.
In light of COVID-19, Arab Conference at Harvard (ACH) has necessarily been postponed, yet the needs of refugees remain, and are escalating seriously. COVID-19 has unleashed extreme challenges in refugee communities, with food insecurity becoming more critical by the day.
Prior to the pandemic, refugee families suffering from poverty were already disproportionately impacted by the economic crisis in Lebanon. With the COVID-19 lockdown, many have no access to food, and are facing increased homelessness, medical shortages, and the looming threat of COVID-19. In particular, refugee parents are desperately unable to feed their children. Which is why we plan on donation 100% of our Lebanon collection design to ACH. Each purchase from our collection will help feed families for 2-4 weeks. For more information about ACH's refugee fundraiser click here