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Small Hands Big Dreams – a collaboration of AIM the Label and Yayasan Kanker Anak Indonesia

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Small Hands Big Dreams was first initiated by Aimee Mihardja. A young Fashion Marketing at University of Arts London – London College of Fashion graduate. She once received a Distinguished Performance in Fashion and Textile Design from Oxford Royale Academy Summer Program in 2017. At her 18 years old of age, her passion in fashion combines with her concern in supporting charity foundation has made her contributes her skills wholeheartedly to many social projects including creating scarfs, designs with Batik Kammi in commemorating Down Syndrome Month, she also designed fashionable pink masks in conjunction to Breast Cancer Awareness Month as well as took charge in the production and marketing, in which proceeds went to Yayasan Kanker Payudara Indonesia (Indonesian Breast Cancer Foundation). Her current project is under her own AIM the Label fashion line which supports Yayasan Kanker Anak Indonesia (The Indonesian Pediatric Cancer Foundation).

In the current project, Aimee transformed eight paintings from these children with cancer into a series of beautiful merchandise such as tote bags, cushion pillows, t-shirts, notebooks, tumblers and mugs. In the upcoming months, there will be more paintings from these children which will be transformed into another series of merchandise. The profit from the sales will be proceeded to support the children under Yayasan Kanker Anak Indonesia. 
 
 
Founder of Yayasan Kanker Anak Indonesia, Sallyana Sorongan added “Aimee and her Small Hands Big Dreams project, not only supporting with the funds but also has put the children’s spirit high so they always feel motivated, creative and supported. Hopefully this spirit can help them get through their treatment sessions.”
 

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