Wallets and diaries aiding South African youngsters

Organise-us helps children whose parents have died from Aids

The Organise-Us leather wallets (£80 each) come in five colourways 
The Organise-Us leather wallets (£80 each) come in five colourways 

British stationery brand Organise-Us was set up in 2009 when Vicci Butler could not find the perfect diary to keep her busy life in order and decided to design one herself. Butler, a former investment banker, was already a fundraiser for the Emasithandane Children’s Project – a small charity in Cape Town that houses youngsters orphaned as a result of Aids – so when she launched Organise-Us, she pledged to donate annually to the cause. This year, as well as its linen- or silk-lined diaries – available in three sizes and in colours from sunshine yellow lizard to chic navy goatskin (faux from £28, real from £45) – the collection includes a wallet (£80) with a grain leather exterior and nappa interior in five contrasting colourways (navy/orange is especially smart). For each wallet sold, the company will donate £10 to the South African charity.

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