Over the next two weeks are expanding our efforts to the hustle and bustle of Jo’burg.
Home is a place where we are loved, where we feel safe, be ourselves, grow, eat, drink, play. Families and especially children take ‘home’ with them. How they feel, what they’ve experienced and whether they’ve been loved.
Activists often appeal for the contributions of many individuals to make the world a better place.
KIN Culture now deals in plastic too; that would be My School plastic.
Justice and community transformation is something everyone can contribute to.
KIN Culture is passionate about community and sustainability.
Now, anyone who has followed KIN Culture for any amount of time might know that one of our aims are to merge local business with charity. Designing with humanity is part of our DNA.
KIN Culture is a community focussed on sustainability.
This Saturday night, the 12th of September, if you follow the stars that rest above Paarl in the fresh bleed of spring, they will lead you to the humble and cozy Ou Meul Theatre.
As 2015 marches on, KIN Culture continues to explore and find new opportunities. We’ve had an exciting few weeks, starting with the launch of our online store.
‘Profit for Provision’ suggests that profits could be used to build and sustain a community where orphans and vulnerable children are loved and nurtured.
Beauty and creativity is part of the KIN Culture DNA. We have always wanted to manufacture something that has a greater purpose.
Welcome 2015! A new year is synonymous with new resolutions and fresh starts.
Eighty percent of the world’s resources belong to twenty percent of the world’s people.