Life with Kicheko | Jewelry That Invests in Education

Diving into and connecting the worlds of Kicheko women with the students of Mango Tree School.

Meaning “smile or laughter,” Kicheko Goods was founded in 2014, where each piece of jewelry funds one month of school for one child. Since its founding, proceeds from Kicheko were used to help construct a 6-classroom brick school building for the Mango Tree School in Eastern Congo, and provide scholarships for 71 students to attend Mango Tree for two years. All pieces from her collections are designed and made in America.

Alongside our collections of necklaces, bracelets, and earrings, is a call to action - to share your #lifewithKicheko and your beautiful and challenging moments. Inspired by the students in Congo, we invite you to join us in shining a spotlight on the hope and resilience that is in all of us.

Discover our newest collections now: http://bit.ly/KichekoCollectionsYouTube

What do you choose today? Share your #lifewithKicheko now: http://bit.ly/lifewithkichekoYouTube

 


F/W Collection Available

Love the classics? Find your classic match today.

 Follow @kichekogoods on Instagram for posts sharing more about the pieces, events, impact and so much more. 

Rebecca Gallop of A Daily Something (view here) wears the Classic Knotted Parlay (shop here) from the F/W collection


"courage is like a muscle, we strengthen it by use." - Ruth Gordon"courage is like a muscle, we strengthen it by use." - Ruth Gordon"anything is possible if you've got enough nerve." - J.K. Rowling

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