Ufadili sent my family a green shirt that is a size four for my daughter. Actually I picked a boys shirt in hopes that my son can wear it as well and it’s quite big on my son it still looks absolutely adorable. I hope that it’s ok, but I’m still finding myself without pictures of my children. It’s all of these trips and life going crazy my pictures are somewhere and I hope to update this post and all the others with personal photos. I mean this green shirt I picked out is of a monkey and the word monkey under it in Swahili.
My son as you know has red hair and this green shirt looks amazing against all those red curls. He also has blue eyes and, yes I am one proud mamma. I’ve washed it and there is hardly any shrinkage because it still feels my daughter. The 100% cotton shirts are packaged in 100% eco friendly packaging and to me that is wonderful because for companies to fully go green they need to change their packaging.
Clothing that teaches you and your children how to say things in different languages, shares unique and interesting facts, and they also give 30% of the profits from your purchases to helping people, animals and the planet?
That is Ufadili.
Ufadili was founded on the idea of a place where the simple decision of buying a shirt for a child or a onesie for another be a great connecting experience that connected us artistically, culturally, educationally and charitably to the rest of the world. In this spirit came the concept for Ufadili , a name inspired by the Swahili word " ufadhili " meaning "kindheartedness, goodwill".