While traveling in India in 2011, Nalu founders Dali and Finn, 11 and 8 years-old at the time, witnessed the hardship of many friends who were not allowed to attend school simply because they could not afford the compulsory school uniform.
Nalu started as a spontaneous desire from Dali and Finn to help their friends go to and stay in school. Their plan was simple: designing and selling t-shirts to raise money to buy school uniforms for their friends so that they could continue their education. How is it possible that something as simple and as affordable as a school uniform can have such a measurable impact on the future of a child?
Education breaks the poverty cycle.
Nalu is solving this issue one school uniform at a time.