Friendly Friday: daana

wear. care. share.

That's the motto for daana.

"Daana" is a sanksrit word meaning the virtue of generosity and giving. This social enterprise is built on that idea and hopes to cultivate generosity through its products.

daana was started by University of Texas at Austin student (and a dear friend of mine) Anisha Srivastava. With a beautiful way of words, Anisha explains that she "wanted to create products that capture the spirit of a philanthropic cause." 

daana is currently made up of two collections, the Vidya and Shakti collections. Each is made up of unique, locally crafted products. 25% of each collection's profits go toward daana's supporting causes, The Right Now Foundation and Saint Louise House

The Right Now Foundation is a charity that creates homes and and nutrition projects for HIV positive children. The Saint Louise House is a local Austin based charity that provides affordable housing and services to women and children dealing with homelessness. 

So if you're looking for something new to wear, check out daana. You might just find something to care about, in which case, you can share it. *Advocacy is a powerful tool.

wear. care. share.

That's the motto for daana.

 

Written with love and hope by

Nikita Ahuja

Summer 2015 Intern

Wildcard Wednesday: It's Turk Pipkin's Birthday!

Every July 2nd, ESPEROS likes to have a little celebration. Why, you ask?

Because it's Turk Pipkin's Birthday!

You may be wondering who Turk Pipkin is. Well, take a seat and we’ll gladly tell you.

Turk Pipkin is one of the wonderful founders of our giving partner, The Nobelity Project. And for his birthday, Turk is doing something really special. Check out this message ESPEROS got from Christy Pipkin (Executive Director of The Nobelity Project) to share with all of you wonderful people.

"Jambo, dear friends!

It's Turk's birthday and once again we are in Kenya, in a remote Turkana village called Alamach.  Today, Turk is making a birthday wish to build a new preschool for these children who are currently learning their numbers and letters while sitting in a classroom made of thorns. Against incredible challenges, these kids and their families have a dedication to learning that is inspiring - and in need of our support.

Over the last two years The Nobelity Project has had an increased focused on early childhood development, building 14 new preschools in Kenya. Investment in boys and girls under 6 years of age today builds a better educated, prosperous, and peaceful citizenry tomorrow. 

For his birthday Turk would would love your help in building a new preschool at Alamach so these kids can get their educations off to a great start. It will cost $16,000 to complete this modern, 2-classroom, much-needed school, and we're off to an exciting start!  Our new giving partner - ESPEROS Bags - is providing a dollar-for-dollar match until we reach the goal! So every dollar you give will be doubled! 

Your gift to the kids of Alamach is tax-deductible, and 100% of all gifts, large and small, will go to make this project a reality.

Donate today to help us wish Turk a Happy Birthday! 

Asante Sana!

With love from Christy Pipkin - and from the birthday boy his-own-self, Turk."

 

You read it right, folks. ESPEROS is in on this and we're ready to kick off Turk's birthday with some more donations! So wish Turk a happy birthday by donating here to this wonderful cause and making his birthday wish come true!

Happy Birthday Turk!

 

Written with love and hope by

Nikita Ahuja

Summer 2015 Intern

 

Monday Muse: Samantha Tannehill

Founder of Kids for Tomorrow alongside writer and singer, meet our wonderful Monday Muse, Samantha Tannehill!

Are you an artist? What kind? 

I am an artist, wasn’t ever comfortable saying that before but I now know I am a creator.  I write and sing and I started an organization called Kids for Tomorrow with a vision to do something bigger than me 8 years ago. Writing is my outlet and a way to really express myself through my music. Ive been a model for 15 years and through this business I have been able to let my artist free to really develop and grow.  

Where do you live or where do you split your time between?

I live in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Where are you from? 

Originally from Seguin, Texas.. a very small town south of Austin

What/ who inspires you? 

People that tell me I cant or shouldn't.   

What does our slogan “Carry Hope” mean to you?  

Hope gives us the ability to dream and believe that something great is coming along.  We are giving the gift of hope to these children through education everyday.

Do you think education is important? Do you think it always has to come in the form of formal training?  

I do think education is important thats why I started Kids for Tomorrow, I believe that everyone deserves access to a quality education and that education is the key to a better future. 

Random hobbies, near death experiences, etc…???? 

Random hobby, I stitch eyes and mouths on t-shirts and sweatshirts, just cause I want to… My life changing near death experience happened 3 years ago, I slipped down my basement stairs and hit my head.  I was rushed to the hospital and suffered three seizures and severe brain damage.  After 9 days in the hospital I was released and recovered completely in 4 months.   

 

Favorite song you are listening to? 

Wild ones by Bahari.... love this band right now.

Written with love and hope by

Nikita Ahuja

Summer 2015 Intern 

 

Friendly Friday: Thirst Project

Thirst Project is the world’s leading youth water activism organization! We travel the country speaking to middle schools, high schools, and college campuses about the global water crisis. We challenge students to take action to end it. Its crazy–748 million people on our planet lack access to safe, clean drinking water.

 

We have come up with some amazing ways to fundraise for clean water-color runs for water, birthdays for water, and even shaving heads for clean water. Since 2008, Thirst Project has funded over 1,700 water projects, served over 280,000 people, worked in 13 countries, and has raised over $8M!

 

Our commitment to the country of Swaziland is strong! By 2022, our goal is to supply the entire country of Swaziland with access to clean drinking water! With your help, we believe we can do this!

Many of us are intimidated by the idea of starting something from scratch. We see a problem but don't know if we have the ability to do anything about it. 19 year-old Seth Maxwell, founder and CEO of Thirst Project, felt the same way.

One day at a coffee shop is when he first heard about the global water crisis. One day at a coffee shop is when he realized 1.1 billion mothers, fathers, children, sisters, and brothers didn’t have access to clean, safe water.

 

One day at a coffee shop is when he realized 1.1 billion people didn’t have access to clean, safe water.

 

But then he asked himself, "what can one person really do?" He didn't know and he wasn't sure, but him and his friends managed to scrounge up $70 to buy water bottles and give them out for free. It didn’t seem like much. But people started asking what they were doing and why they were doing it. Well, one thing led to another and one month later Maxwell and his seven friends raised over $12,000. 

 

To this day, seven years later, the Thirst Project has raised over $8 million dollars and has been able to provide over 280,000 people with safe and clean water. Turns out, one person can do quite a bit.

 

Currently, the Thirst Project is active in 7 out of the 13 countries it has funded projects in. The team is currently working on projects in India, Colombia, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, El Salvador, and of course Swaziland. For each country, they hold a different goal, but each goal is significant and with full intent to bring life to the citizens. 

 

They have also put on a variety of campaigns, and within Summer 2015 they have put on their Spy Optic and Vizio Fandemonium campaigns. Thirst Project continues to raise awareness through these campaigns while also visiting schools all throughout the US and challenging students to take action to end the crisis. 

 

The Thirst Project has started something amazing, and you can be apart of it. You can get involved by donating to thirst, joining a campaign, or starting or joining a club! Moreover, Thirst Project will be holding their 6th annual Gala on June 30th in the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, and more details about the event can be found here. No help is too small and can only be beneficial, so along with the people at Thirst Project, I encourage and challenge you to get involved, because you truly do have the ability to save lives.

 

     

 

www.thirstproject.org 

Written with love and hope by

Nikita Ahuja

Summer 2015 Intern

Wildcard Wednesday: Women Who Inspire Us (Pt. II)

Meet Elizabeth Reid

Are you an entrepreneur?

I am an artist in residence at the creative company BKLYN1834, but I would consider myself an entrepreneur who has teamed up with the company. I am always building my personal brand Elizabeth Godley, while also contributing to a community that is larger than my own vision. I am always looking for ways to package my artistic skills and talents to create career opportunities.

Are you also an Artist?

I identify as both an artist and a designer. I am passionate about digital fabrication (3d printing, laser cutting, and CNC milling) as well as more traditional arts like painting and sculpture. It is important for my process to make things both by hand and in the digital sphere. I think a lot of my ideas and works are born out of exploring materials, tools, and phenomena. I enjoy the freedom of tinkering to create an object, product, painting, or pattern. I am currently working on a large series of patterns which I can see being applied in many ways that range from clothing and products to murals and digital projections. I am also always adding to my collection of 3D scanned and 3D printed figures of my friends and collaborators!

What are your strengths?
I can always figure out a way to spend time productively. Sometimes I pick a small tedious task so that I can focus on mentally coming up with my next move. This saves me from overthinking and perseverating on what I should do next. Its sort of like shooting free throws. I practice success, like making a simple pattern, in order to feel like I can take on a larger task. I would say I am very aware of my workload and how I am spending my time so its important for me to feel like I am chipping away at something.

What are strong qualities in a woman?
Resilience - The ability to bounce back after hardship or setbacks 
Self-Assurance - letting the approval and measurement of progress come from an introspective and supportive place within
Confidence- Acting out of experience and knowledge using tools and skills to the fullest.
Favorite Book?
You shall know our velocity -- Dave Eggers. My perceptive friend Nan gave it to me before I moved back to Brooklyn a couple years ago. I didn't read it for a while after I moved, but when I did it felt so pertinent, like I was in the middle of this long crazy journey. I love books about travel the emotional stories that go with intensely experiencing a new perspective. I thought the messiness and human struggle in this book were relatable and raw. I admire the bravery and spontaneity of Will and Hand.

Any Mantras?

Trust yourself/ forgive yourself/ love yourself
No amount of love given is wasted

Who do you admire?

Eve Trester-Wilson and Kristen Von Minden are two of my maker heros who together created the community laser cutting workshop MAKEatx, and awesome product line BrightBeam. These two brilliantly trained architects have a passion for making things outside of their traditional architecture background, but use that knowledge to explore an area of making that is relatively new. 
The other similar yet uniquely badass lady, would be my other idol Elaine Dolecek who has a penchant for powertools, woodshavings, and Plexiglass. Elaine is a trained architectural engineer who left her field to pursue a successful maker career in craftmanship and digital fabrication. Together with her husband she started Dolecek Home. 

These 3 women are all very different, but are my shining examples of women using their exceptional minds and creative talents to explore an innovative space of art, design, and technology. I am lucky to have the pleasure of working with all of them while earning my degree in studio art at UT. 

How is what you're doing different than other artists and entrepreneurs? 

The most unique the about my life and work at this moment would have to be my living/collaborative environment. I live in a Victorian mansion in Brooklyn with 6 of my incredibly gifted musician/artist friends. I find it very inspiring to live with people who are creating in very different ways. There is always the motivation to work because so much is going on around me. 
               

 

Meet Tess Wilcox

Hi my name is Tess Wilcox. I am a freelance fashion stylist represented by Seaminx Artist Management. I also work as a casting assistant, working on shows in NYC, Paris, and Milan. I love being a part of the creative process. Styling allows me to to help create an image and an emotion. To me, styling is about telling a story. Casting is special to me because you are choosing the character in the story. The process of casting is fascinating to me the way you can totally change a story based on the characters you choose. I love working with people and building new relationships.

Are you an artist?

I am a freelance stylist & casting assistant. 

What are your strengths or what are your weaknesses and how do you overcome them? 

I can sometimes get extremely obsessive over details in a project.This can be a strength but can also deter me because I get wrapped up in the small things. I sometimes get distracted from the bigger picture. I have to remind myself to always take a step back, review, and ask for another opinion.This helps me stay on track and not allow the little things to slow me from reaching the end goal.

What are strong qualities in a woman? 

Confidence is strong and sexy. Don't doubt yourself. There's a difference between being cocky and believing you have the power to make things happen and achieve your goals.

Favorite book or movie and why?

Book: Love Does by Bob Goff. -- READ IT! It will change your life.

Movie: 10 Things I Hate About You. -- Two words: Heath Ledger.

Any life mantras?

Comparison is the enemy of creativity.

Someone you admire? Could be a female activist, your grandma, your lover, your dog, random person you follow on instagram, whoever/whatever inspires you.

The most cliche but honest answer: my mom. My mom was (and still is!) a working & traveling mom. Her example showed me the value of hard work & good character. She taught me how to be strong and to follow my dreams. My #1 supporter, my biggest fan. She puts her family before herself and is kind and loving to everyone she meets. She loves to travel and experience new things. She is my favorite adventurer. My rock, role model and example of a strong, kick ass woman.

How is what you are doing different than other artists or entrepreneurs ?

I work in casting & styling. I work behind the scenes in the creative process. My jobs allow me to play an integral role in creating a final product. Whether I am helping decide which clothes the models will wear or which models will wear the clothes, it is just one piece to the final puzzle. 

What kind of tools are you utilizing to be successful long term?

Networking and learning from those around me. Working in the fashion industry I am surround by so many wise people who have been doing this for 10-20 years. I spend time asking them questions and learning all I can from them. There is so much to learn and the industry is competitive. I always have to be finding a way to make myself stand out.

 

A music video made by Tess

Monday Muse: Laurel Pantin

Meet Laurel Pantin! She is a stylist and artist and has had some great experiences lining up toward her career. Her newest endeavor is her website 1010Woodland, where she highlights everything from travels, to hotels, to style. Highly inspired and inspiring, we are so excited to feature her on our blog as our Monday Muse this week!

Are you an artist? What kind? 

I’m a wardrobe stylist and writer, but I also do ceramics and paint.

How did you get your start? 

Professionally, I had an internship at Conde Nast in college, and I just kind of stuck around and worked in a few different departments. I worked as Eva Chen’s assistant at Teen Vogue, before going to Glamour, and then Lucky.  

Where do you live or where do you split your time between?

Right now I’m between New York and London, but for the past six months I was in Cape Town

Where are you from?

I’m from Austin, Texas.

What/ who inspires you? 

I’m really inspired by nature, which sounds so corny, but in South Africa the plant life and landscapes were so amazing - tons of crazy textures and beautiful colors! I also love ceramic artists like Hylton Nel, and also the work done by the women at Monkeybiz in Cape Town is really inspiring to me lately.

What does our slogan “Carry Hope” mean to you?

To me it means staying positive and kind. I think treating everyone well is really important, it’s amazing what a good attitude can do for those around you! 

Do you think education is important? Do you think it always has to come in the form of formal training? 

I think education is super important! I don’t think formal training or formal higher education is for everyone, but I do think it should be more accessible.

 Random hobbies, near death experiences, etc…???? 

I really want to start doing paper mache sculpture! I’m really into folk and craft art. 

Favorite song you are listening to? 

I listen to This American Life or The Moth more than music, weirdly. But I can’t lie, I really, really, really, really, really, really, really like Carly Rae Jepson’s new song

Friendly Friday: For All The Fathers

"It was my father who taught me to value myself. He told me that I was uncommonly beautiful and that I was the most precious thing in his life."

-Dawn French

On Fridays, ESPEROS likes to highlight social enterprises, organizations, non-profits, etc. being friendly to the world. Hence, "Friendly Friday."

Well, when you think about it, Father's are kind of a group and organization of their own. With Father's day just around the corner, we wanted to give a shout out to all the Father's out there. 

So for today's Friendly Friday, I would just like to say thanks for being you, Dad. Along with all the other Dad's out there; thanks for doing all that you do.

And finally, as a little token of our appreciation over at ESPEROS, we'd like to offer a special deal on a little Father's Day Gift. Until the day of, enjoy 15% off of all Weekend Warrior purchases for Dad.

Happy Father's Day, Dad.

 

Written with love and hope by

Nikita Ahuja

Summer 2015 Intern

Wildcard Wednesday: Women Who Inspire Us (Pt. I)

For this Wildcard Wednesday and the next one as well, ESPEROS decided to feature some amazing women who inspire us. With that being said, meet Rachel Strum of Dallas and Susannah Lipsey of Marfa, Texas!

 

Meet Rachel Strum: 

I’m Rachel -- Lover of the wind, water and sky. Creator of art, food, and dreams. Originally from New York yet currently living and working in Dallas, Texas. I am a photographer & food stylist, recipe developer, sculptor, graphic artist and signmaker.

Are you an entrepreneur?

I like to consider myself an entrepreneur or rather, an entrepreneur in training.

Are you also an artist?

I am! I studied Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. Most of my studies were based around drawing and painting, but my thesis’ body of work ended up being sculptural and installation based. Once I switched from a 2D to 3D approach to art, it just felt natural and my work received a great response.

What are your strengths or what are your weaknesses and how do you overcome them?

I’m super ambitious and have an insatiable appetite for continually growing and trying new things. I’d say that these are strengths and weaknesses -- I’ve dabbled in so many different art forms, it’s sometimes hard for me to plant my feet and focus on just one thing. On the other hand, I’m really well-rounded and always willing to learn more!

What are strong qualities in a woman?

Perseverance, audacity, and mystery.

                           

Favorite book or movie and why?

A friend of mine turned me on to the author Tom Robbins back in college. All of his novels really helped shape my gypsy, adventure-seeking mind.

Any life mantras?

The grass is only greener where you water it.

Someone you admire? Could be a female activist, your grandma, your lover, your dog, random person you follow on instagram, whoever/whatever inspires you.

My friends. We’re all killing it right now! I don’t know what it is about our generation, but it seems like we have all honed in on our creativity and are utilizing our skills in any and every way possible. More and more people my age are working creatively to make a living -- I think we’re all breaking some age-old social norms, pushing boundaries, and following our hearts. it’s really inspiring!

How is what you are doing different than other artists or entrepreneurs ?

I am currently working on a project called Vigor and Sage. It is a passion project that my friend Sabrina and I have started together. We’re at the very beginning of this, but I am so stoked on where it may take us. With Vigor and Sage we are creating an outlet where we explore our collective passion for movement, healthful eating, and living authentically. I think this is different from most other artists/entrepreneurs because we are really seeking to build community and help others find balance in their lives. It’s a passion of ours!

What kind of tools are you utilizing to be successful long term?

Ginkgo Biloba and shots of ginger!

 

Meet Susannah Lipsey:

My name is Susannah Lipsey. I have a small boutique in called Freda in Marfa, Tx. I do it because it's fulfilling to support the creativity of the makers and collaborators we work with. And I enjoy interacting with the people who visit the small town that is my home.

 

Are you an entrepreneur?

Yes, but on a very small scale - ha! I have a 180 sq foot store.

Are you also an artist?

Some people ask that question when they come to the shop. It's tough to answer. I think I'm an artist of sorts if you count creating and curating the shop.  

What are your strengths or what are your weaknesses and how do you overcome them?

My strength is having faith that you can do what you set your mind to do and that the universe is constantly giving signals and nudges in the right direction - and then going with that and believing in that. However, my biggest weakness is worry so I basically have to fight against that canceling everything out. ;)

What are strong qualities in a woman?

I always seem to connect and admire ladies who have these qualities: confidence, drive, sense of humor, empathy, independence and are supportive of others.

Any life mantras?

Expect the unexpected - life is a surprise. 

Someone you admire? Could be a female activist, your grandma, your lover, your dog, random person you follow on instagram, whoever/whatever inspires you.

My mom - she retired a few years ago and has begun painting and doing beautiful pencil sketches, going to workshops and retreats, joining art leagues, really delving into her passion and having a good time. And she is always smiling and inspired about an idea she's had. She's the best.

How is what you are doing different than other artists or entrepreneurs?

I am certainly not the first person to open a boutique. However, I've created a space in a unique corner of the world (Marfa, Tx) and am conscientious of what its like for those who visit - often working with local makers or bringing in handmade, carefully chosen items that hopefully create an experience all of its own. 

What kind of tools are you utilizing to be successful long term?

Some things I've learned that have really helped whether dealing with customers or creators is that it helps if you are reliable, organized, receptive, and flexible. Those things will take you far when things get stressful. 

                   

 

 

Written with love and hope by

Nikita Ahuja

Summer 2015 Intern

Monday Muse: Alphan Kutval

Alphan is a friend of our Ambassador Tanboy in Instanbul who we have had the pleasure of getting to know over that past few months. His story and talents are too good not to share! Meet Alphan!

Are you an artist? What kind?

Well, I’m an industrial designer by training so they train us to become a cog in the machine; an industrial worker perhaps but then I transformed myself into an interior designer and I started to feel like sort of an artist who is very independent and a bit ungiving at times. For me the artist is an independent individual with very keen insights about what's happening around and how it will affect his/her world and work and they are free from briefs and certain realities of life. But for me as a designer my bound is to my spaces and for the individuals that I day dream about; how they walk in to the space, their interactions, feelings and so on... My work can be found here

Where do you live or where do you split your time between?

I live in Istanbul and for the last couple of years I’m travelling a lot to the Aegean cost- Alacati- a well-known windsurf district in the west cost of Turkey, I’m designing quite a lot of hospitality projects there, so my time is split between Istanbul, Alacati and my usual travels around Europe. We are planning a second studio in Europe as well.

Where are you from?

I’m an Istanbul native and because of my roots I’m HellenTurkish hybrid.

 

What/ who inspires you?

My travels mostly are my inspirational source, not that I’m seeing great inspirational stuff I am infact but being on the move I mean that flow inspiring me most of the time. Since I’m troubled with not liking what I see around because of professional deformation I’m always trying to alternate my realities like I am wearing filtered sun glasses which give boost to the browns and the purples a bit and am listening a lot of different music while I’m on the move. Otherwise, I’m always checking what others are doing in studio, the designers, the artists that I admire, people like Lazaro Roza Violan who is a great hospitality designer from Spain or Tom Dixon of London they always reminding me what is important; creating meaningful experiences, spaces and products that touches individuals in a certain way.

What does our slogan “Carry Hope” mean to you?

Being worried about whats happening in the world and tryin’ to make it more that’s what important for me. Its not a strategy, it’s a way of life I guess. More and more we became unaware and careless about everything and literacy statistics are horrifying. Like everyday its getting’ darker and darker. So I’m really appreciating and embracing such attitudes against it.

Do you think education is important? Do you think it always has to come in the form of formal training?

It is in general, I guess it is one of the most important things but the talent, vision and courage are also important. As a creative individual you can always train yourself for better but some natural born talent with the vision came in to the scene and everything changes. Its really weird that the artists I admire has one common point which they are self-thought I’ve been thinking about this for quite some time and I think our education as a designer is limiting us somehow. Look at Barlas Baylar of Hudson Furniture, a self-thought Turkish designer in the States he’s doing just fine I like his work or Tom Dixon's.

Random hobbies, near death experiences, etc…????

I’m into music from my very early ages and am playing piano, guitar, electric bass and ukulele with a bit of singing abilities. I’m doing linocut prints at my home studio, a little watercolor abilities left from my college times I guess I love every form of art. Oh, I started to write a weird sci-fi novella in the Milano-Bologna train last week and it has the most ridiculous plot ever, this being said that I’m a big Douglas Adams and Philip K. Dick fan.

Favorite song you are listening to?

Lately I’m obsessed with City of Colour, an awesome guy -Dallas Green- from Canada. His album The Hurry and The Harm is my favorite and I don’t know how but he’s really a mood swinger in a good way even he’s kinda depressed most of the time. 

 I’m trying to make everything in the codes of sustainability, ecology; the spaces, the products that I’m currently designing are eco-friendly. I care about our carbon foot prints. Our studio believes that even though we are small our actions are important so we are trying to be mindful. Its not about educating only yourself or your close circle but the others, even your clients. I’ve been doing this; designing things almost for fifteen years and learning new things everyday and hating my past actions, thanks to the technology we have more chance to use reclaimed, recycled materials which they still look great. Its not much to make things eco-friendly; a genuine effort maybe.

There a lot of ways for doing that; you can even say, people who designed and build this space, they came here with bikes or by walk they don’t leave any carbon foot print hence this space is eco-friendly. It's possible. Otherwise I’m not into over-designing spaces; I am trying to make them as natural as possible like the forest itself is beautiful and there is no need for gardener. I love creating stories for my spaces and I’m loving to see those spaces became a background for its users; their memoirs. That’s why I love Instagram for instance, everytime I created a space and tell myself that people will love it and they will take many pictures in front and it happened that way. That space may now be closed or changed their design or they sold the property after many years but the memoirs and thus my ideas were still there.

June 15, 2015 by Oliver Shuttlesworth

Friendly Friday: Road Twenty-Two

If you keep up with "Skimm," you may have recently noticed that the "Skimm'r" of the week was Road Twenty-Two

Road Twenty-Two is a clothing that is based in San Francisco, CA. They sell a plethora of t-shirts for women and men, as well as accessories. 

But they ain't your average clothing company.

They're a clothing company that gives women a second chance. To women that have formerly been incarcerated, homeless, or to women that have suffered from drug and/or substance abuse Road Twenty-Two offers hope. They are committed to employ these women and help them overcome road blocks to a life they deserve. In addition, Road Twenty-Two will be giving 2% of revenues to women who we can't employ but can use the funds towards education.

                Meet Kim, Rachael, and Kerrigan; some of the women who have been employed by Road 22.

Road Twenty-Two was founded by Fif Ghabadian and Alice Larkin Cahan with the essential goal to change people's lives. They have been persistently working to achieve their mission and we hope to see this beautiful cause grow in order to help those who deserve a chance.

Welcome to Road Twenty-Two.

Road22 from Vid21000 on Vimeo.