by Yulia Kistnassamy August 14, 2020 1 min read

#SaveMauritiusReef

If you haven't heard there has been a very sad oil spill in Mauritius from a cargo ship that crashed on the coral reef. 

It is an emergency event and we decided to run a 50% sale to help support the volunteers and the environmental organisations. (Use BABYSHARK code for all collections). At least 10% of all sale will go to them. 

For me as a mom of a half Mauritian son and a lover of all nature and wildlife it seemed impossible to stay away. From now on we will be donating part of our profit to environmental organisations. 

It is extremely sad as the South East coast of Mauritius is unspoilt, beautiful and a rich habitat for the endemic wildlife, and one of my favourite parts of the island.

My husband created a fund-raising page where you can donate if the cause resonates with you. 

Local volunteers are cleaning up as much of the oil as they can, with the meagre resources they have.  If you can contribute to funding their local ground-up efforts, that would be wonderful and much appreciated.  

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/mauritius-wakashio-oil-spill?utm_id=1&utm_term=3E2MjqqYb

Thank you for any support you can provide and please share my JustGiving page to the extent you can.

With Love

Yulia 

Photo Credit: Alexey Aryutov  (Instagram @alexeyohrim) 



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