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Wolky Cares

WOLKY CARES
Acknowledging our social responsibility is a top priority for us
at Wolky. We want to do our bit to help make the world a better place. So we support a number of good causes and special

initiatives such as the Spibi Foundation, the Leontienhuis, Fashion for Education (FFORE) and Kuychi.

 

WOLKY X SPIBI FOUNDATION

LITTLE GO-GETTER
Vido is two years old and has spina bifida. He is a very sweet little boy and a real little go-getter, but he also has a lot of problems. The Spibi Foundation has made things a little easier for him with some targeted practical help in the form of a canopy for his electric wheelchair cargo bike.  Read more? Click here.
 
Spibi-Foundation

 


LEONTIEN FOUNDATION
 

WOLKY X LEONTIEN FOUNDATION

LESS CHANCE OF INJURY, MORE WALKING PLEASURE!
Wolky has been sponsoring the Leontienhuis, a drop-in centre for young people with eating disorders and their families, ever since it opened. In return, founder Leontien Zijlaard-van Moorsel is the ambassador for Wolky’s e-walk, the e-bike of walking shoes. Because Leontien is committed to getting women to exercise more, the e-walk is a shoe after her own heart.
´╗┐Read more? Click here.´╗┐

 

WOLKY X FASHION FOR EDUCATION (FFORE)

BE BRAVE,
BE DIFFERENT
An education is something we take for granted in the Netherlands, but this isn’t the case for young girls in many parts of Morocco. Nassira Boudhan (40) has experienced this first hand and believes passionately that it should change. With her label, Fashion for Education (FFORE), she is giving women and children in her native region and later, she hopes, in the whole of Morocco the chance to get an education and have a brighter future. Read more? Click here.
 
FASHION-FOR-EDUCATION-(FFORE)

 


Kuychi
 

WOLKY X KUYCHI

HOME IS WHERE
THE HEART IS
“It was almost like a calling. I had seen a documentary on Lima’s street children and felt that the time was right to give something back. I planned a trip to Peru and was overwhelmed by the breathtaking scenery and Peru’s impressive history. But what got to me most were the terrible circumstances in which the children in the poor districts lived.”  Read more? Click here.