Sunnyvale, CA, January 13, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Sankofa Center is a non-profit organization that depends on volunteers to help bring HIV education, treatment, and testing to Ghana through traditional African dance, music, and drama since 2004. But in order to have money to do so, the organization has established an eco-conscious product line that includes items such as: totes, clothing, decorations, and accessories. Each product has meaning beyond cultural significance. The items are also made in Ghana, which provides over 200 woman their with jobs.
Buying these unique, eye-catching products will set you apart from your peers. The products offered by The Sankofa Center Line was featured in Vogue and sold in stores such as Anthropologie and Nomad. It is always a great feeling to be fashionable and know you are doing it while helping a great cause. With every purchase you make from The Sankofa Center Line, you are helping to educate, test, and treat people in Ghana about HIV.
Ronnie Shaw, the Director and Designer of The Sankofa Center says when purchasing a product from The Sankofa Center, “You will not simply go away with great finds; but rather, a symbol of the commitment, love, and goodwill exemplified over the years in our growing family throughout the world.”
Since The Sankokfa Center has started their mission, it has educated about 5,000 students per year and almost 8.000 people per year that is funded by people’s purchases, as well as donations to the organization. To date over 3,000 people have been tested for HIV/AIDS and there is many more people hoping to be tested.