Our Impact

We started Mokimor as we wanted to follow in the footsteps of other great companies that use business as a force for good.

We wanted to create something that we were proud of and made a difference to people's lives.

Our giving model allows us to help causes close to our hearts, such as tackling the climate crisis and poverty alleviation.

The Moki Mor-Trees Project

We plant 10 trees for every tee we sell.

Why? More trees, less CO2 and less poverty.

Unfortunately, making t-shirts emits carbon, however we offset this by planting new trees that take in carbon from the atmosphere.

We reforest through our amazing tree planting partner. This ensures the right trees are planted where they are needed. It also helps alleviate poverty by providing good jobs for the local people who plant, nurture and protect the trees.

The Moki
Mor-Trees Project

We plant 10 trees for every tee we sell.

Why? More trees, less CO2 and less poverty.

Unfortunately, making t-shirts emits carbon, however we offset this by planting new trees that take in carbon from the atmosphere.

We reforest through our amazing tree planting partner. This ensures the right trees are planted where they are needed. It also helps alleviate poverty by providing good jobs for the local people who plant, nurture and protect the trees.

Why Trees?

Trees. We love them.

They do a lot of good and too many of them have been cut down.

Planting trees alone is not the answer, but reforesting with native species in areas where the natural forest has been destroyed has a huge impact.

Tree planting helps reduce the impact that clothing manufacturing has on the planet.

Tree Planting FAQ's

We will be planting trees through our amazing partner organisataion.

They educate and employ local people to plant, grow and protect the trees. 

We will be able to share more infomation on this once our first batch of tees are ready!

We’re planning to start off planting all our trees in Madagascar due to the large scale deforestation that has occurred in the country.

The vast majority of our planting will be native mangrove species.  

In addition, there will be some dry deciduous trees as well as limited agroforestry species planted for local village consumption. 

 

Mangroves have been shown to be brilliant at taking carbon in from the atmosphere. 

They are also a key part of the coastal ecosystems.