Fly Canvas Bags Benefit Schools for Underprivileged Children

By: Rebecca Byers - Published: May 27, 2012 • References: flycanvas
Fly Canvas is a social business offering limited-edition stylish and minimalist bags founded by Patrick Gulpo, Adam Walker and R.J. Toledo and benefitting underprivileged children with the tools and opportunity of a formal education. Each purchase of a canvas bag, made from new, used and repurposed materials, directly helps give a child access to education.

Fly Canvas is also dedicated to sharing the stories of the children and teachers whose lives have been bettered by support made possible by the chic yet simple bags. To achieve their education-driven initiatives, the brand partners with small grassroots charitable organizations who know what's best for their local communities, ensuring each school's particular needs are provided for, from uniforms, tuition and lunches to supplies and new buildings.

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