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Social Good

YOUR purchase makes an IMPACT

At isiko, we not only want to make and source good products we also want them to do good.  Throughout the year we partner with different organizations and give back a percentage of our proceeds in support of their cause.  In the past we have partnered with organizations in eSwatini, Tanzania, Mozambique and the Philippines.

We are so excited to announce that from January - June 2022 we will be giving back 5% of proceeds to Family Connections.

 Family Connections

The IMPACT of Family Connections

To create the highest quality family learning community so underserved children and parents together become the drivers of their own success.

Thriving Kids. Thriving Families.
Family Connections knows that a positive family dynamic is key to a child’s success. That is why Family Connections is a family learning community focused on education and growth for underserved children AND their parents and caregivers.


  • Developmental Curriculum

Our developmental curriculum ensures every child can be a successful learner when they begin kindergarten and beyond.

  • Individualized Support

Family Connections is there with compassionate home visits, assessments, referrals and individual support. We provide the guidance, community and support for families to continuously grow.

  • Family Engagement & Leadership

We help parents confidently and successfully embrace their role as their child’s first teacher and most influential role model. Families are taught skills to enhance their leadership abilities and advocate for their child throughout their educational experience.



Our Programs

  • Nurturing Families (Ages 0-2.9)

The Nurturing Families Program serves families with children newborn to 2.9 years old. Parents or other caregivers attend two classes per week with their child, for two and a half hours, from September through May.

  • Pre-K (Ages 3 – 5)

The Pre-K program provides whole child, play-based early learning focusing on kindergarten readiness. Parents or other caregivers attend three-hour morning sessions, three days per week, from September through May.

  • Young Scholars (Ages 5+)

The Young Scholars Program helps children realize their potential by providing personalized guidance and mentorship for students and their parents, as students navigate through the school system.