We engage in charitable giving and have opened our hearts to cause-related initiatives, such as domestic violence, medical rehabilitation for women & children, as well as education funding and support.
THE NEST CHILDREN’S HOME
Our FHT2019 event raised funds to support The Nest – a centre established in 1997 for rescue, rehabilitation and re-integration of children in conflict with the law and children of imprisoned mothers.
Imani Rehabilitation Centre & Shining Hope For Communities (SHFCO)
The Fashion High Tea 2017 raised enough funds to support two worthy causes. Funds were split to help educate young girls in Kibera and Mathare, through the Shining Hope For Communities Organization. We also raised enough funding to support children at The Imani Rehabilitation Centre in Kayole.
My Ella Down Syndrome Foundation
FHT2016 raised funds to support and build the My Ella Down Syndrome Resource & Therapy Centre in Nairobi.
Samburu Women’s Trust
Our 2015 Fashion High Tea Event, raised money to support the ‘I Support My Daughter Campaign’ for women in Samburu.
First Lady Beyond Zero Campaign
The 2014 Fashion High Tea event, raised money to support the First Lady’s Beyond Zero Campaign. We raised funds to purchase and deploy mobile clinics across the country to provide better prenatal, delivery and postnatal services to the underprivileged.
Kenyatta Hospital Cancer Ward Visit
In 2012, the Fashion High Tea event raised money for children suffering from cancer at Kenyatta Hospital. Funds raised went towards medical treatment and the cancer ward facilities.
Therapies For Kids
Our 2013 Fashion High Tea raised a large amount of funds for Therapies for Kids. The proceeds from event ticket sales and raffle tickets went towards full therapeutic care for children with special needs for a defined period of time. The needs for each child vary depending on the severity of their impairment.
Pumwani Maternity Hospital Visits
Our annual Zen Fashion High Tea event is hosted to support various charitable causes.
The 2011 High Tea event raised money for the women in Pumwani Maternity Hospital. Funds raised allowed 24 women to pay their hospital bills and start their journey with their new born babies.