Use code GIVE15 at checkout.

For every sale this week we will donate an additional 15% of every sale to the Naledi non-profit factory and trust.

Let's celebrate the women in our naledi community

We Shine Brighter Together!

In celebration of International Woman's Day, Naledi is running a Get 15%, Give 15% offer all week long.

For every purchase you make this week, we'll donate an ADDITIONAL 15% of each sale to the Naledi non-profit factory and trust that produces our exquisite designs.

You'll not only look beautiful in your new jewels but you’ll feel great knowing you're making apositive impact.

Use the code GIVE15 at checkout get 15% off your order and donate
15% to the factory.

Shop now and join us in empowering our team of women and supporting
sustainable job opportunities.

Use code GIVE15 at checkout

Offer valid this week only. Expires Sunday 12th March 11:59pm BST.

Get 15%,
Give 15%

We Shine Brighter Together!

Use code GIVE15

You are making more of a difference than you realise!

Look Good by Doing Good

Who benefits when I buy a Naledi treasure?

Naledi is more than just jewellery. When you buy a Naledi treasure, you are contributing to our non-profit factory where our pieces are made. The proceeds from each sale has a direct impact on the craftspeople who work in the factory.

Why is the Naledi factory setup as a Non-Profit Organisation (NPO)?

The factory is wholly owned by those that work there and all profits from the products made are distributed equally amongst them. The Naledi factory team are the only beneficiaries of the work that they put into creating our beautiful pieces of jewellery.

What do the jobs at the factory mean to those employed?

Each sale made contributes to their livelihood. These incomes are often the only source of income for their
households and as a result provides them with shelter, food, and a way to provide education to their children and help the wider community around them.

Where is the Naledi factory?

The factory is based the small rural town of Botshabelo, South Africa. Botshabelo is an underprivileged community which is desperate for employment opportunities. These jobs help lift those out of poverty, an unfortunate reality in South Africa where over 35% of the population is unemployed, which is currently the highest unemployment rate worldwide.