Supporting A Community Around the World with Jimani Collections

27 January, 2017



  • Thank you so much for sharing this experience Kelsey, I could picture the scene and feel the heat from your words and photos! That must of been such a life changing and humbling trip to help others in big and small ways. I’m guilty of not doing enough to support other communities, I always like to donate where I can to fundraisers and I love the idea of buying with intention 🙂

    Hanh | hanhabelle

    • I’m so glad you liked the post Hanh! It’s a bit different than most of my stuff but seemed needed. I am guilty of the same 🙂 So it’s nice to find businesses that can help you make a difference without such big commitment. xo

  • Jen

    Beautiful story and collaboration–I didn’t know that you were (are?) an engineer! Not pursuing opportunities abroad is my one regret from my undergrad years. It’s wonderful that you were not only able to, but also had such a meaningful experience. I’ll be stalking those cow horn vases as well. xx

    Jen | affecionada

    PS: I think your photos of Honduras are pretty in their own right. 🙂

    • I am! 🙂 I so wish I would have done more abroad work as well. A lot of my friends and classmates did so much more and i always tell college kids to take advantage of that.

      Thanks so much for such a lovely comment Jen! And hopefully those vases get back in stock lol

  • I love this more personal post from you, it just goes to show what a lovely and caring person you are 🙂 The necklace they gifted you is beautiful and suits you down to a T! I love the story behind Jimano Collections and so much on their site is p e r f e c t. Thank you for sharing this wonderful story with us. I can’t wait to hear more like this xo

    Char |