Soulgani means abundance of soul, and our mission is ‘Do Good. Be Good.’ We approach every aspect of our business with that in mind. Soulgani was founded in 2017 when our founder saw a beautiful rock during a hike in Peru and she incorporated it into our first pair of leggings. Additionally, as we are inspired by global travel, we donate proceeds back to the town city or village which inspired us, as a way of giving thanks. We have donated 12,000+ meals through Feeding America, helped build a home in Peru and provide art therapy to children in hospitals.
We partner with a factory that pays a living wage, and provides fair treatment of their workers in Detroit Michigan, USA. The workers are entitled to overtime, time off, and flexibility. Special note, every day the team does 15 minutes of yoga to promote health and wellness while doing repetitive tasks. Additionally, our factory has brought in workers from lower socioeconomic regions, former prisoners, and taught them the skill of sewing, and created a culture of advancing their skills and promoting from within.
We partner with a factory that has brought in workers from lower socioeconomic backgrounds and regions, as well as former prisoners, and taught them the skill of sewing, and created a culture of advancing their skills and promoting from within. Additionally, we donate a portion of each sale to charities.
We have a Recycled Collection, which is made entirely of recycled fabrics. One leggings is made of 28 water bottles and one bra crop is made of 10 water bottles.
Our materials are all eco-friendly and sustainable. We use eco-friendly bamboo viscose for our tops.
Our entire process from start to finish is sustainable, from how we source our fabrics, to how we manufacture them. Our main sources are eco-friendly bamboo which regenerates 4ft in 24 hours and recycled fabrics, which helps reuse recycled water bottles. Additionally, we order our products as needed and have a zero waste pattern design. We reuse as much fabric as possible to avoid waste as well.
Soulgani designs are inspired by nature & we give back as a way to give thanks to the town, city or village of inspiration to give thanks. We give back to Feeding Tampa Bay, COVID-19 Relief Fund, Foodbank for NYC, Global Builders Peru and The Space for Art Foundation.
We provide art therapy to children in hospitals, through the Space for Art Foundation and we also support our fellow local businesses in the Tampa/St Petersburg Florida area. Our factory also supports lower income women and equips them with the right skills and an above average wage.
Listed: 2 January 2021
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