Our products are all ethically made, and proceeds go directly to our initiatives that support the vulnerable in Kuwait.
Deeply rooted in Kuwait’s history of community cooperation, Kuwait Aid Network (KAN), is a non-profit organization that began with the intention of tackling food and nutrition issues in Kuwait. Just as neighborly duty is a norm in Kuwait, so is the fact that many people go to bed with empty stomachs. KAN makes sure this social duty is upheld and aims to make sure that no one suffers from hunger In 2020, as the Covid-19 virus rapidly wreaked havoc across the globe and Kuwait alike, the nation witnessed a rise in xenophobia, classism and general bigotry. From marginalized groups to expat communities, people suffered a neglect almost as fatal as the coronavirus. Kuwait’s marginalized communities, who are already living in financial dire straits, were forced deeper into trouble once people’s social activism cooled down. Despite a formidable and admirable effort by the government and nationals, this neighborly duty extended to the marginalized wasn’t sustainable.