Car Floor Mat

Car Floor Mat

$42.00

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Product Values

  • Eco-Friendly

    Eco-Friendly

  • Ethically Sourced

    Ethically Sourced

  • Handmade

    Handmade

  • Supporting Marginalized Communities

    Supporting Marginalized Communities

Description

The Impact

Let’s hit the road! This Car Floor Mat will lead to hours of creative fun and when you’re done you can easily roll it up with sewn ties. It is sewn and screen printed on natural canvas by Kenyan artisans.

Every purchase helps cultivate holistic empowerment and opportunities for artisans and their communities.

  • Hand screen printed
  • Natural canvas
  • Great gift for kids!

Dimensions: 30″ x 50″
Care Instructions: wash on cold, tumble dry low

*Wooden cars, made by Banner Toys, not included

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Imani Collective started in a small village outside of Mombasa, Kenya. Our founder, Jenny Nuccio, traveled there looking to help fund education projects for kids. Jenny fell in love with the people and decided to move to Kenya full time to learn from and invest in the community. Through broken English and Swahili, they awkwardly laughed their way into deep friendship and mutual partnership. They taught her how to cook over an open fire, how to wash her clothes, and of course, how to carry her water like a local. In return, Jenny taught them how to sew. Through creating this collective, she realized they were not just better together, they are their best together.

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Imani Collective started in a small village outside of Mombasa, Kenya. Our founder, Jenny Nuccio, traveled there looking to help fund education projects for kids. Jenny fell in love with the people and decided to move to Kenya full time to learn from and invest in the community. Through broken English and Swahili, they awkwardly laughed their way into deep friendship and mutual partnership. They taught her how to cook over an open fire, how to wash her clothes, and of course, how to carry her water like a local. In return, Jenny taught them how to sew. Through creating this collective, she realized they were not just better together, they are their best together.

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