Tribe of Lambs is a nonprofit ethical jewelry brand creating bright and positive futures for HIV-positive children in India.
Our vision is to create a Tribe of likeminded shoppers, contributors, and communities. Tribe of Lambs values people, quality, and love. We strongly value everyone impacted by our work, both contributors and beneficiaries.
Tribe of Lambs was co-founded by Bobbi Paidel and Dani Shaw, childhood friends from Alberta. Philip Haley later joined them as the Director of Marketing. Creative Director Bobbi has spent years working in the fashion industry, but was inspired to pursue her own passion after traveling to India. Bobbi’s vision was to bridge the gap between westernized
consumerism and compassionate consumerism, two things that don’t often mix. From here, Tribe of Lambs was born.
Tribe of Lambs has empowered the lives of over 500 at risk children in various parts of India, including Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, and Madhya Pradesh. We have completed 5 successful Compassion projects and raised over $10,000. With Tribe of Lambs, every purchase or donation counts. We are now working exclusively in support of HIV
positive children & raising awareness to the challenges they face. We want to inspire others with what can be achieved if people come together and give to a bigger cause. Our goals are not just monetary; contributing can be as simple as sharing our story.
Tribe Of Lambs: Ethical Jewelry Entrepreneurs Announce New Fundraising Project
Tribe of Lambs, a proudly nonprofit ethical jewelry brand, has just announced their newest Compassion project, which will pay the tuition of each child at Ray’s Children’s Home for one year. Ray’s Children’s Home is an orphanage for HIV-positive youth located in Jaipur, India.
Tribe of Lambs was co-founded by Bobbi Paidel and Dani Shaw, Alberta natives
and childhood friends. This fresh new company believes in creating social
change by empowering the lives of at-risk youth in India. An estimated 170,000
children under the age of 15 are living with HIV/AIDS in India. Tribe of Lambs is
working to build brighter futures for these at-risk youth while ending the stigma
associated with HIV/AIDS in India, which often prevents people from taking the
necessary steps to get treated.
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