Pink Chillies is a fun brand that has created a range of products, such as bags and stationery, which feature colourful friendly elephant characters.
Products including bags, stationery and badges featuring lovable characters Aditi and Etana are available to buy online now from Pink Chillies - with new items and further ‘family’ members to be announced shortly.
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Pink Chillies also donates 10 per cent of the profit from the sales of its products to charity so fans can be assured that by purchasing items from this range, they are directly helping elephants in the wild.
Charities that will benefit from the sale of Pink Chillies goods are: ‘Tusk’ - a Dorset-based charity that supports African elephants, their habitat and the challenges they face - and London-based charity ‘The Elephant Family’, which is the UK's biggest funder for the endangered Asian elephant.
The cute characters that Pink Chillies has created, Aditi and Etana, each have a ‘personality’ and distinctive looks.
Aditi is a cute pink elephant and she represents Asian elephants; she has henna patterns that symbolise decorated temple elephants, and her name means ‘Earth’. Etana, on the other hand, means ‘Strong,’ he is strong and handsome and is an African elephant, with native-inspired patterns on his head.
Pink Chillies was launched this year out of love for elephants, their habitat and the desire to make a difference to their lives.
Pink Chillies embodies a modern concept coupled with a message about the importance of the endangered animals and their habitat, hence the charity connection. It is appealing to not only children but to teenagers and adults too.
The growing range of products is available online now at www.pinkchillies.com.