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Oppi is about having fun giving. Handmade by Jane Trentham, every item of Oppi babywear is sewn from organic, fair trade or upcycled fabric. With each item of Oppi babywear you buy, we give to Tutela Africa; supporting family-based childcare for Mozambique's orphans and most vulnerable children.

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Fun in giving

Oppi value: Fun in Giving.

We give 10% of each purchase price to Tutela Africa; supporting child-centred care in Mozambique

 

Fun in giving

We enjoy supporting family-based care in Mozambique

 

For every item of Oppi babywear you buy, we give 10% of that purchase to our partner, Tutela Africa

About Tutela Africa

Tutela Africa is a registered charity providing family-based care for children in Mozambique.

While recognising the important role many children's centres play in caring for children in Mozambique, Tutela are setting out on a journey to introduce family-based care; a lesser known concept of childcare in the country. They are establishing Mozambican foster family homes for children who have been orphaned, or who are especially vulnerable.

Meeting real, current needs

We are enjoying giving to one of Tutela's immediate needs:  land to build the first Tutela Mozambican foster family house.

We like to find out their current needs, so our support can directly help meet that need. Tutela's vision is to set up 6 new Mozambican foster homes by 2020, so that some of the country's most deprived children may live in safe, happy family homes.

Tutela's journey is just starting out. That can be one of the hardest parts of any new venture. We feel privileged to partner with them and will be keeping you up-to-date with how their story unfolds.

Find out more about why we support Tutela Africa.

 

Giving is one of life’s pleasures. Whether it’s taking time to select a gift for someone, and then wrapping it carefully, or providing for an unmet need.

We enjoy finding out what Tutela’s current needs are and then looking for creative ways to help them.
— Jane Trentham