Introduction to WEREN’T BORN RICH
We are a social movement fashion brand with the aim of providing a motivational platform for young people. As well as committing to different community projects, such as raising awareness of Sickle Cell Disease and supporting those that are affected by it.
Foreword by Founder – NABILA NAKIGOZI
Our founder Nabila is a young girl with big dreams. Born in Kampala Uganda and raised in London UK. Nabila suffers from Sickle Cell Anaemia, a lifelong, disabling and deadly disease that predominantly affects black people. She along with co-founder who suffers from the same condition wanted a creative outlet that could give us and other young people freedom, empowerment and pride where opportunities are lacking.
Our aim is to have a positive impact on those living with sickle cell anaemia. Through our social enterprise, we want to be inspirational in raising awareness and uplifting the community that lives with it every day.
Raising awareness of sickle cell anaemia with the hope that through education and promotion of tolerance.
Providing awareness about the adverse effects that sickle cell has on one’s psychological, physical, financial, emotional and mental state. As well as the negative impact it has on the families and care-givers who support them.
Supporting, inspiring and uplifting youths to become more engaged in innovative business ideas and entrepreneurship. Despite, any obstacles or challenges.