With the help of your purchases since 2015, we have helped up to 13,000 people in need through our partnerships. It has led to even bigger and better things, like social media campaigns and social events that endorse the TAHG culture.
At TAHG, we have stopped wishing the world would become a better place. Instead, we choose to do something (doesn't matter how small) to make the world around us better.
- TAHG x CHISCO Medical Mission. Anambra State, Nigeria.
In 2018, we took a trip to Anambra State, Nigeria to participate in the annual free healthcare scheme which holds every year in the month of June thanks to The Chisco Foundation. Because what better way is there to spread love than giving free healthcare to those who really need it but cannot afford it? We identify with entities who commit themselves to bringing smiles to the faces of the needy in the society through initiatives that benefit the people.
• Inner City Mission for Children, Lagos, Nigeria.
Change starts with you and me, that's why TAHG clothing is partnered with Inner City Mission for Children. Every item identified by our signature red puzzle piece contributes toward helping less-privileged kids go back to school.
• OLE Water Drive Campaign, Borno, Nigeria.
Around 130,000 children under the age of 5 die annually from preventable water-borne diseases with over 65% living in rural areas.
So, 2016 August, TAHG sponsored a football tournament that raised money to provide access to clean, safe water to the most vulnerable and affected communities in Borno State. It was a fun-filled event with players in TAHG branded jerseys, lots of food, music performances, and prizes for the tournament winners. The outcome and results were so successful that the team is currently in the process of building a 3rd borehole that will serve more than 15,000 people in a community.
• Karma Voucha Loughborough University Campus, United Kingdom.
In 2016, TAHG started an initiative called, Karma Voucha, at Loughborough University to feed the homeless.
In partnership with Loughborough's finest Indochinese restaurant, Kura Kura who were happy to help feed the homeless too! In exchange for every voucher brought in, one hot plate was given to the homeless. It was an amazing turnout of so many people who enjoyed coming out to spread positivity. I'm sure the free drink as a reward for helping out had something to do with it. We all need a little motivation sometimes! ;)
• Social Media- February RAK Challenge by TAHG.
February is known as the ‘Month of Love’ so this year TAHG started a Random Act of Kindness social media challenge with the hashtag #TAHGsFebruaryChallenge with the aim to spread love and positivity every single day of the month of February. New day, New challenge, and people from all over the world would respond with videos and photos of the little bits of good they were up to every day. In the midst of all the chaos going on in the world, it’s good to know there's some good out there. At TAHG, we are beacons of light in this dark world.