On the Tenth day of Christmas…and a little something extra

Sseko Designs

The Cause: Sseko provides university tuition for promising young Ugandan women through a sustainable monthly income, while also contributing to the overall economic development of Uganda.

I’ll be the first to confess that I enjoy a good shoe.  Especially one that I don’t have to wear socks with.  Sseko sandals had me at hello. They offer great colors and fabric options that make for fun footwear any time of the year! Combine a strappy sandal that can be tied in a multitude of ways with providing safety and income for young African women while giving them a way to fund their own university tuition… that’s pretty much the perfect shoe.  Their business model is inspiring and downright exciting, you can check it out here.

“Every sandal has a story. This story has only just begun, but with your help, it will be a story of hope, success and change.”


Sseko has graciously provided us with one pair of sandals ($42 value) to give away today!

You can receive up to 3 entries by doing one or all of the following:

1. Comment on this post

2. Facebook this post (make sure to let me know!)

3. Twitter it!

Enter to win a treat for yourself or a loved one… but most of all help us spread the word about Sseko!

We will be posting the winner on our facebook group first so make sure to follow us!

About the author


Erica is an advocate for simplicity, family time, making a cozy home and loving others well. She is the community coordinator for One Orphan, the orphan care ministry of America World Adoption Association. Erica and Calvin have four young children; Elliott, Charlotte, Lola and Liam. They currently reside in Nashville, TN.


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