Indigo Cat is authentic. All our products are genuinely manufactured by hand. From homegrown hemp to traditional batik or handmade embroidery. We carefully choose our fabrics directly by visiting local families from all over the northern part of Vietnam.
Over the years, our social enterprise, Reaching Out, has grown to a multi-location group of businesses where people of different abilities can showcase their unique talents in an array of exquisitely crafted goods and gracious services. Driven by strong core values and a commitment to quality and integrity, more than 70 employees, both able bodied and the disabled, now comprise a strong team who together, have created this world-renowned enterprise.
Snuggle with rescue cats while sipping on a coffee and relaxing. Jack’s Cat Cafe is a cafe and rescue shelter, where roughly sixty cats reside.
Tohe is a social enterprise established in 2006 with the mission of creating a creative playground for disadvantaged children. Through weekly playgrounds, Tohe gives children the opportunity to learn and experience creative and artistic activities on a variety of media. Their paintings are selected, redesigned and applied to decorate fashion and lifestyle products. 5% of product sales are returned directly to the child artists who authored the paintings used.
Since 2001, Mekong Quilts is a social enterprise acting for sustainable employment of under-privileged women in Vietnam and Cambodia, by creating high-quality products, respectful of the planet. Our clothes are made of natural linen or cotton, all our papier-maché products are 100% made of recycled newspaper, and we have a big collection of natural hand-braided water hyacinth bags. But one of our most original products in terms of material used, is the bamboo bike. As resistant as a bike made of steel but… natural!
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