The Me to We Maasai Mamas use art forms passed down from mother to daughter through the generations, turning traditional handiwork into a livelihood. Today, the Mamas are paid a fair wage for their work – without giving up their traditional way of life. Every Mama who joins the Artisan program is empowered to build her savings and do things she never would have believed possible: improve her home, buy food and medicine for her family, send her children to school and believe that her skills and her voice have value.

Me to We Artisans is an original line of accessories, sustainably made and handcrafted by Maasai “Mamas” in Kenya. From beach-friendly beaded bracelets to sophisticated brass charm necklaces, there’s a handmade piece for every occasion.

PacSun carries a variety of the Mamas’ Rafiki products, helping to support one of Free The Children’s five pillars to developing a successful community. For every Rafiki sold, 50% is provided back to Me to We to help further the mission of Free The Children.

Every purchase helps change the world – and, it’s sustainably stylish

Clean Water and Sanitation is one of the five pillars in the Adopt A Village program and a vital component to creating a successful community. By purchasing one of the new Me to We Tees, a month of clean water will be provided to a family in a Free The Children community. PacSun has expanded the Me to We product assortment by offering a new collection of fashion tees that feature graphics that were inspired by Me to We and Free the Children’s vast reach and vibrant cultures.