Look Good, Feel Good and #doDifferent
When it comes to workout clothes, we are all looking for sportswear that is comfortable and snazzy, and that gives us the ultimate workout experience. What if we told you that you can get all of this whilst making a difference in South Africa? That’s why this week, we are highlighting a brand that helps you #doDifferent and make the lives of our fellow South Africans, a little better, whilst looking your best.
From the combined love of sport and all things creative, Esjay Sportwear was born. The founder, Sarah Bingham, has a theory that if you look good, you feel good, and ultimately, you "train good” - which is why they strive to design sportswear that is comfortable and snazzy, giving you the ultimate workout experience.
Esjay strives to be an activewear brand that is more than just sportswear. They do this by highlighting and supporting a different organisation each month through a new range of activewear patterns, which not only gives their clients fun, new patterns to purchase but provides funds for the organisations as a percentage of sales are donated to the cause. They work with a variety of organisations that do great work in South Africa - ranging from SPCA to Made for Move.
Esjay’s organisation for October is Sithanda Upliftment Projects, which assists many South Africans in need, particularly babies and children, who are their main focus. Sithanda (meaning “We Love” in Zulu) has built a school in KwaMashu, Ekuthuleni, that feeds, educates and cares for 60 children from 18 months to 6 years old, aiming to provide quality education and a solid foundation for these children which will lead to their success in life.
So why not #doDifferent today by purchasing Esjay’s Sithanda range, which is bright and vibrant – just like the future of the littlies at Ekuthuleni, or one of their other ranges? A percentage of sales will be donated to Sithanda to assist in the incredible work they do. Just a small way that you can do good and look good at the same time.
To find out more about Esjay here.