Olori – Providing You Quality Handbags and Giving Back to Girls in Need

Consumer Update

When it comes to receiving a proper education, it’s never something that should be underestimated or taken for granted. Currently, there are an estimated 31 million young girls in the world who don’t have access to education and 17 million of those girls live in Africa.

Olori has made it their mission to do something about this. They provide quality handbags, each one hand-crafted in Africa. And for every bag sold, it provides tuition fees for an underprivileged girl in a developing area.

Essentially, Olori is making the bag a symbol of hope for someone in need of a better life.

Olori handbags incorporate conventional luxury textiles sourced from women-owned businesses and where each is carefully crafted by hand.

Olori looks to build a network of powerful women who are dedicated to uplifting one another. And by creating this bond of sisterhood, it gave inspiration to naming their brand Olori which means “Queen” in the Yoruba language. This name symbolizes every girl’s inherent worth and power.

Olori provides regal, timeless products, with incredible functionality and just the right amount of elegance. And from sourcing the materials to hand-crafting the final product all the way to delivery, Olori vows to keep doing their part to lend a helping hand.

You can support Olori’s ongoing kickstarter campaign by visiting beolori.com today


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