Making Woven Wall Hangings in Uganda

We’re incredibly excited to introduce this collection of woven wall hangings, each a product of incredible patience and skill that showcases the capabilities of the women we employ in Uganda. Arriving just in time for the holiday season, you can hang these with pride – each wall hanging is hand-signed by the lady who made it so you can know who you are empowering with your purchase.

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Welcome KNOWN SUPPLY

We are so excited to announce the launch of KNOWN SUPPLY — an all-new apparel platform setting out to humanize the apparel industry by celebrating the people who make our products and those who wear it.

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A New Chapter for Our Social Impact

We are excited to share with you all about some exciting changes that will be taking place in 2017! If you have been following along with us over the summer you have seen that this is a milestone year for Krochet Kids intl. It marks the 10-year anniversary of our global work to empower people to rise above poverty!

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LEGACY // Original Pricing to Celebrate 10 Years

As a thank you for your continued support of the the last ten years, we’re bringing back the original pricing on these tried-and-true styles. Shop the collection of classics at the original prices for a limited time, and take part in the LEGACY that got our founders to Uganda and helped kickstart Krochet Kids intl.

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Knowing Who Made It with Arielle Estoria

As a storyteller and writer, Arielle believes in the power of sharing individual stories as a way to connect to each other, no matter where we live or where we come from. Read Arielle’s story of discovering the power of knowing who made it.

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LEGACY // Our First Graduate

Discover the story of our first graduate, Beatrice, as told by our former Country Director Sean Galaway. Through her hard work and determination Beatrice became a symbol of how we defined success as an organization, and more importantly, a tangible example to so many other women who were working toward their own self-reliant futures.

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Recap: Live Interview w/ Adam Thomson

Adam has played a significant role throughout the history of our work, however, there has been one aspect of his contribution that has truly been most important. Adam was the member of our team who was a Cultural Anthropologist, by education and how he naturally interacts with the world around him. He has worked closely with our global teams on the development and execution of our social impact programs.

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LEGACY // The Changing Face of Northern Uganda

Over the last ten years of our work, a huge pillar of our success has been our mentors. These women are local to the communities we work in and help beneficiaries hone their skills, build relationships, and achieve success outside of our programs. Discover this legacy through the eyes of Christine, one of our mentors at KK Uganda.

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