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Change Lives by Changing Your Style with MAHI Leather

I’m sure many of you reading this have had water on your minds due to the drought and water restrictions in South Africa. My family back home have been letting me know how it’s going and it’s got me thinking about those who don’t have access to clean water at all. It’s a reality for people all over the world but luckily there are many, many ways in which we can help the situation – even when we shop for a new bag.

For each MAHI bag (which is specially made to order and personalised just for you) $1.50 is donated to FRANK Water.
MAHI Leather takes its name from the Mahi river in India which is why FRANK Water is their charity of choice.
FRANK Water works to address the W.A.S.H. (water, sanitation and hygiene) crisis in India and have helped over 300000 people gain access to clean water over the last eleven years. They provided safe water and sanitation to 26000 people in 2015 alone. (They are a registered UK charity. More details are available on their website.)

By purchasing a MAHI bag, you are not only helping people gain access to clean water but you are supporting an ethical company too. Since each MAHI bag is made to order and shipped directly to you there are less middlemen involved, hardly any manufacturing waste and no need to store massive amounts of leather in a warehouse. This not only reduces production costs (hello, savings!) but it also allows for more attention to detail resulting in a much higher quality product. MAHI are so confident about their bags that they offer a 100% 30 day money back guarantee.

Their range of bags is extensive and I’m convinced there’s something for everyone. From wash bags to handbags, duffle bags and backpacks.
The bags come in a variety of fun colours such as red, hot pink and khaki green and each one can be monogrammed if you like.

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Seen something you like? Go get it!

This post is sponsored by MAHI Leather.

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