Empowering children is at the core of our company, so we connect our donation strategy to every item that we sell, instead of to turnover or profits targets. We have developed Four Leaves products specifically for donation.
Never stop dreaming
The feedback gathered from the children’s homes on their bed linen needs was mixed. Location of the homes and the related climate conditions played a conclusive role in the final design of the product. Therefore, we have developed a multifunctional sleeping bag that can cater to all requirements. For every bed linen set you buy, we donate a sleeping bag to a children’s home in Sri Lanka.
The sleeping bag prototypes were well received by our partners and we are currently in the first testing stage. The donation of the sleeping bags will start end of 2019.
- 100% organic cotton
- Extension at the head end with the embroideries of the four leaves
- Option to insert a pillow, if available
- Comforting in various temperatures
- Off-white colour, to spot possible insects
- Dedicated space for personalization, very rare in an orphanage
- Dedicated space for hope
- Coconut buttons
- Available in 2 sizes
Having your own towel is not a luxury
In a children’s home sharing is common, often out of necessity, which is not always a negative thing. Four Leaves aims to ban sharing towels though, as this seemingly harmless custom may cause infections and/or spread the same. For every towel set you buy, we donate one towel to a children’s home in Sri Lanka. We always have donation towels on stock, ready to be distributed amongst those who need it most.
- 100% organic cotton
- Practical green colour
- Four leaves placed in each corner
- Extra durable construction
- Available in 1 size: 50 cm x 100 cm
Four Leaves will work closely together with trustworthy partners, utilising their local knowledge, ability, and vast network. Partners are selected based upon multiple recommendations from experts in this field, followed by an internal screening. Monitoring will happen on a regular and random basis and all data will be made available upon request, while safeguarding the privacy of the individuals involved.
Through a mutual acquaintance we were introduced to Mrs. Sriyani Tidball and Mrs. Subha Tidball from Community Concern Sri Lanka (CCS), a non-profit, charitable, non-governmental organization. CCS is involved in a wide range of projects that supports local communities and in ‘Kidznet’. Kidznet is residential care network which supports over 100 children’s homes throughout Sri Lanka. CCS's expertise, contacts and methodical work ethics make them a trustworthy partner for Four Leaves.