is to focus on creating creative opportunities for kids in developing countries.
began in Bali working with YKPA Bali Street Kids; an orphanage dedicated to providing necessities and education to children in need.
We grew deeper roots when the volcano Gunung Agung awoke and caused thousands of local villagers to evacuate. We pulled together our resources to buy food and supplies for those in need.
A year later August 2018 over 2000 earthquakes destroyed Lombok and the Gili Islands (which is home to a majority of our Indo family) so we worked endlessly through social media to promote awareness and raise funds for those who lost everything.
While in Lombok we met a group of little girls selling bracelets. We had never seen someone so small hustle so hard and it created mixed feelings of awe and sadness.
We had the realization that even though we didn't come from a family with money and sooo many odds against us, we've still been able to smash every goal we've ever dreamt up... and that's simply because opportunity was present.
We realized that's exactly our position on this planet... to be the bridge for those who don't have the same opportunity as us simply because of geographical location.
If we as adults have the ability to give a child their childhood back why wouldn't we? That's why we formed the That One Happy Thing Girl Gang (aka we gathered our lil sisters and pinky promised + shook hands that we're now officially biz partners) to produce, sell, and give access to buying the bracelets globally.
The thought of all of this... that's our one happy thing.
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