Made from recycled materials this unique piece of South African art helps support impoverished communities near the Kruger National Park.
Global Conservation Force and "Nourish" have teamed up to better support the rural communities by boosting their "Trash2Treasure" project.
All profit generated from these unique art pieces will be utilized to buy more educational resources for the local school kids.
"Trash 2 Treasure" is a recycled crafting initiative, run by a South African Non Profit "Nourish", that focuses on sustainable entrepreneurship opportunities for women/grannies and men in rural communities to learn skills, and make a livelihood from utilizing waste to create beautiful crafts and art. These are then marketed internationally and to the local market, to assist in bringing funds back into the community. A positive by-product of this is that recycling happens at a grassroots level in order to collect “crafting supplies”