VIVAIODAYS: Beauty Products That Help Fund School Days in Latin America, India, Uganda & Kenya by Belinda Lichty Clarke

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VIVAIODAYS: Beauty Products That Help Fund School Days in Latin America, India, Uganda & Kenya

Elina Lampaki and Marios Stamatelopoulos first founded their VIVAIODAYS website to provide a marketplace for kid-safe products. But soon after they launched their own organic body-care brand – one that takes inspiration from proven remedies used by other cultures and countries worldwide.

Now, for every one of their organic baby and kid-care products sold, like the Olive Oil All Purpose Rescue Balm Gel Inspired By Greece or Turmeric Broad Spectrum Sunscreen Inspired By Borneo, the company funds a school day. Partnering only with accredited projects, the team donates 5 percent of all online orders and applies the percentage to a School Days Fund of your choice. Each dollar contributed keeps a child in school between 0.84-13.5 school days. 

To date, the brand has funded 18,718 aspiring students around the world. Learn more at

VIVAIO (vee-vi-oh) is "nursery" in Italian with two meanings; it’s a place where young plants grow and it’s a place where little kids learn as they grow.


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Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
This is wonderful. I love businesses that work toward social good. Thank you for sharing, Belinda Lichty Clarke !

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