Styli, Landmark Group’s online-only fast fashion brand in the Kingdom, successfully raised funds during the holy month of Ramadan, and matched up customer donations with products of equal value for the Children with Disabilities Association (CWDA). The funds and products were handed over at a recent ceremony held at the CWDA center.
Upon the Styli team’s visit to the CWDA center last week, Menon Unnikrishnan, general manager at Styli, Landmark Group, said: “We are delighted to work with the Children with Disabilities Association and are immensely proud of the work they do to support this community in the Kingdom. Our philanthropic efforts were made possible by the generous contribution of Styli customers during the holy month of Ramadan and our own donation of products of equivalent value. This partnership is very much in alignment with Styli’s CSR efforts in the Kingdom, and we will continue to support the CWDA and other similar organizations that contribute to the well-being and social welfare of the Saudi citizens.”
A spokesperson from the CWDA said: “As an entity working to maximize the quality of life through rehabilitation and education for disabled children in Saudi Arabia, such partnerships provide a significant relief to our cause, helping us continue to aid the approximately 4,000 children in our care in the Kingdom. We look forward to continuing to work with Styli and thank them and their customers for the generous spirit they have shown.”
Having begun their journey in 1982, the CWDA is now one of the largest child rehabilitation institutions in the region, providing care and support through rehabilitation and education to disabled children from birth until they are 12 — across 11 branches supported by a community of 4,900 members.
Established in 2019, Styli is the Saudi e-commerce gateway for trendy, carefree fashion, offering more than 25,000 styles for men and women sourced from across the globe.