Has Malala Yousafzai decided to become a fashion model and stop her activist career of standing up for the rights of girls who are deprived of education around the globe?
Of course not!
Malala has inspired Stacy Boyd, founder, and CEO of Olivela, to help bring proceeds from her retail business to help fund education for girls worldwide.
Olivela is an online retail store that helps support the Malala Fund which ensures that young girls around the world get an education they desperately need. All you need to do is buy any of the fashionable clothing and/or accessories that you desire and Olivela will give a portion of the proceeds to help fund education for these girls.
Stacey Boyd, the founder was inspired by Malala and visited refugee camps in Kenya, Dadaab, Rwanda, and Mahama for Malala’s 19th birthday!
Boyd explains that the trip helped her see how much a small of amount of money could help kids with grave needs around the world.
As a way to celebrate Malala’s birthday even further, Olivela just launched luxury brands such as Stuart Weitzman shoes and Max Mara Sunglasses to the existing store collection.
Olivela carries a variety of brands including Eddie Parker, Givenchy, Aquazzura, Jimmy Choo, Dolce & Cabanna, plus more!
Anyone who signs up to receive an email from Olivela, this will give a day of school to the MalalaFund.org.
I think this is such a wonderful way to help girls denied education, a chance to learn. I highly suggest that more retailers and other businesses that bring in more than a substantial amount of money do the same thing as Olivela. This will help make the world a much better place!
Malala and Olivela are doing a wonderful thing for girls in need of education around the world. I highly suggest that more retailers help by following the footsteps of Olivela.