These fabric gift wraps are not only a beautiful, cheerful sight to behold, but they’re also environmentally friendly (re-use them!) and help raise awareness for equal opportunity for those with special needs.
The Everyday Revolution is a non-profit organisation that advocates equal opportunity for people with special needs. These gift wraps have been designed by a local designer, taking inspiration from the art work of TER’s artists with Autism. These artists are paid on a commission basis and all other revenue goes to help TER fund ouitsr events to help raise awareness for its cause.
The gift wraps are organic cotton and made with a social enterprise in India that has fair trade practices and gives jobs to underprivileged women in India. A great way to use these gift wraps is with the beautiful Japanese Furoshiki method. On top of that, the receiver of the gift can choose to reuse the gift wrap (passing on the fabric as well as the message it represents) or keep it at home as a tea towel perhaps!