Since Thanksgiving, our #SHARETHEWARMTH campaign was launched and active in raising awareness and funds to provide snow boots to children inside North Korea. Thanks to every single individual & group that got involved, we were able to raise over $30,000 from our US office. That means another 3,000 children will receive snow boots this year! As Ignis Community, we are truly so blessed and humbled by all the hearts who contributed to our annual shoe initiative. 

The photos below were taken at some of the orphanages in North Korea our team visited during the last shoe verification trip in October. The joy that the children shared was such a blessing for all of us. Though the sun was shining bright during our trip, current forecast shows parts of North Korea to be as low as 0ºF. We hope these snow boots are helping the children stay warm as they go to school and play with their friends.

Continue to check in for more updates on our Shoe Donation Program. We are excited to deliver more snow boots in 2016 to keep the children cozy again next winter. Thank you for helping us #SHARETHEWARMTH with all the little feet of those in North Korea.

Ignis Totes

In conjunction with our Share the Warmth campaign to provide 1,000 kids in North Korea with snow boots this winter, we will be launching our Ignis Tote bag to raise money to meet our $10,000 goal.

The Ignis Tote is made of 12oz heavy cotton canvas with a full side and bottom gusset and self fabric handles. 


Perfect for grocery shopping or to take out and about, the Ignis Tote will come in 2 colors, natural canvas and black. 100% of the proceeds from sales will go towards our Share the Warmth campaign to provide snow boots to kids in North Korea. Keep your eyes peeled for more information to come!


*A special thanks to www.totebagfactory.com