It's cool to care.

Leiho simply means 'how are you' in Cantonese and sometimes that's all we need to ask someone to show that we care.

At Leiho, we are on a business mission to make purchasing more meaningful. We help provide the basic essentials that vulnerable communities need by giving you the opportunity to share one with another. Why? Because it’s cool to care!

 

Our journey begins with socks to help homeless people, because clean socks are the most requested item of clothing at homeless shelters. Most of us are fortunate enough to put on a clean pair of socks everyday but unfortunately this isn’t an option for some. Homeless people walk several miles a day to find food and shelter, so with limited access to laundry facilities, their foot health are at risk. Also… we all need a clean pair of socks!

 

We match every item sold with another donated.

 

We hope that by sharing basic essentials like a simple pair of socks with people who need it most, takes us all one step closer to fostering a positive difference.

Meet our team

Joey Li

CEO

We often get caught up in our busy lives and forget to be kind to ourselves or take time off to do something good for someone else. You feel good when you do good and when we do good, it’s all of our kindness and compassion put together that really makes a positive difference in the world.

I hope Leiho inspires people to deliver more acts of kindness because at the end of the day, we're not only helping someone in need but we're actually improving our own wellbeing and self worth too.

Thuta Khin

COO

Originally from Myanmar, I’ve had experience in working with NGOs to fight poverty in underdeveloped regions.

I believe that there is room for everyone to make a difference in this world with a simple act of kindness, no matter how big or small. Through Leiho, I hope to inspire people to be creative in the way they give back to their local communities!

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