Tali ti Amianan (Rope of the North)
About the organization
Tali ti Amianan, or Rope of the North, is a Filipino, surfer-run social enterprise who are committed stewards of Mother Nature, eco-friendly and local. They create handmade eco-friendly accessories from scratch providing sustainability for the local surfers, women & elders in surfer-town San Juan, La Union, Philippines.
Shop their products from their Facebook page or contact them via email at [email protected]
Retail & Ecommerce
Green products, Filipino handcrafts, Jewelry, bags & accessories
What makes it a social enterprise?
Tali ti Amianan collects beach WASTE, trash and other interesting things like old, worn out cotton tees, post-consumer canvas cloth from their local San Juan beach and other beaches to UPCYCLE the process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality, or better environmental value to provide SUSTAINABILITY to help local San Juan surfers put food on the table for their families specially during the surfing off-season, to keep elders away from illegal gambling, and to empower women in the community through their creativity.
What is its social cause?Environment, Employment development & skills training, Rural development
Who does it impact?Women, Elderly, Low-income individuals
Resources to learn more about Tali ti Amianan (Rope of the North)
[Spot] Know the Story Behind Surfer-run Social Enterprise Tali ti Amianan
[Choose Philippines] Rope of the North: Saving the Philippine Sea One Tali at a Time
[Live to Explore] Sustainability Through Jewelry: Tali Ti Amianan’s Brilliant Cause