Fashion for Hope

Fashion for Hope

Our Purpose

Shophadia's commitment to effecting change led to the creation of the "Fashion for Hope" project. Understanding the transformative power of education, Shop-Hadia allocates 10% of its proceeds to this noble cause. Through "Fashion for Hope," the brand provides educational opportunities to orphaned children in Guinea, paving the way for a brighter future. Every purchase from Shop-Hadia contributes not only to the enrichment of the wearer's wardrobe but also to the education of young minds, fostering hope and breaking cycles of poverty.

Recognizing that the pursuit of change is most effective when embraced collectively, Shop-Hadia took a step further and established the "You for Guinea" NGO. This initiative is designed to foster unity among Guinean youth, transcending societal divisions and promoting harmony. One of the core pillars of this initiative is education, which is seen as a cornerstone for sustainable development. By enhancing educational opportunities and encouraging collaboration among Guinean youth, "You for Guinea" aims to nurture future leaders, advocates, and change-makers who will drive positive transformations in their communities.

Shop-Hadia's approach is a testament to the belief that social impact and commerce can coexist harmoniously. By intertwining fashion with purpose, Shop-Hadia not only offers unique, African-inspired designs but also engages its customers in a movement to make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate. Through "Fashion for Hope" and "You for Guinea," Shop-Hadia exemplifies how a brand can use its influence to create ripples of change, proving that style has the power to transcend clothing and truly make the world a better place.

Education is the key to a better life.

Ramatoulaye Sylla (9) lost both her parents at the tender age of 2. Since then she has been living in several orphanages. She recently had to move yet again, because the orphanage she was in was set to relocate. Living in constant uncertainty is not great. Ramatoulaye is timid yet always smiling. She has great ambitions. Despite the many challenges she has faced, she remains optimistic. Her dream is to become a doctor.

Why our work matters

2021 was a sad year for Mamadou Aliou (8), who lost both his mother and grandmother who raised him. Without a family, he was left to fend for himself. Thankfully, his old neighbors took pity on him and decide to take care of him. While they can feed him, they do not have the means to provide him with an education. Now his only dream is to go to school. He hopes to be successful enough not to live in poverty. Fashion for Hope wants to help him realize that dream.

Do you want to help us break the cycle of poverty for these children? contact us, with your ideas.

Together we will make the world a better place.