YOYOI Stylish Fairtrade

I’m back again in Bali, so this will be my last ‘Dutch’ post for now. Next week posts from Bali and beyond… (Asia) will start.

This time I like to put in the spotlight Sade Joella Sulkers. She is my niece, the daughter of my sister. Sade just started with her company YOYOI Stylish Fairtrade. YOYOI Stylish Fairtrade sells fairtrade baby packages.

The packaging (offer basket), the pillows, the jar- and diaper bags, all is made by small family companies in Bali.  Balinese housewives made the crochet flowers for the pillows. The dolls, the colourful cards and cute little Buddha soaps are special made for charity, like the Bali Street Children and Kolewa Foundation.

The designs of the pillows, jar bags and diaper bags are designed by Joyce Reimers, the mother of Sade. She combined Indonesian batik and traditional Dutch printed fabric for her designs. It looks fantastic!

The families and housewives are happy with YOYOI Stylish Fairtrade, they make some business and the Bali Street Children are grateful that YOYOI Stylish Fairtrade buys the dolls and cards.

If one of your family members is pregnant, or your friend or colleaque don’t hestitate to buy a YOYOI baby package, it is great gift… and the newborn baby already helps another child.

For more information: sade@yoyoi.nl or go to YOYOI Stylish Fairtrade facebook page (Dutch language).

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As packaging we use beautiful offer baskets

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The dolls special made for the Bali street children.
Colorful cards made by Bali street children and cute little Buddha soap made for Kolewa Foundation

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Jar bags and diaper bag made from Indonesian batik and traditional Dutch fabric

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Feeding pillow, front and back also made from Indonesian batik and traditional Dutch fabric

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Baby package

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YOYOI girls, Yocena, Yoliza and Indy (m/r/l) playing with the dolls

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This pillow is a little bit too big…

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I love my doll

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That’s funny…  I fit in the basket


2 responses to “YOYOI Stylish Fairtrade

  • Lis Katimansah

    Hi!

    I am a big fan of your newsletter and will be in Bali tomorrow. Will I be able to buy any of these in Bali? I would love to pick up some of the dolls for Christmas presents. I am also hoping to donate some milk and foodstuffs to orphans in Bali, can you please advise which orphanages I can donate too?

    Warmest Regards, Elizabeth

    • Brenda Reimers

      Hi Lis,
      Thank you, I’m happy you like the content of my blog.
      Pls have a look on the following website: http://www.ykpa.org.
      If you click on ‘Buy kid’s stuff’ you will find the stores where you can buy the dolls. On this website you also can find information about the orphanage.
      Warmest,
      Brenda

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