We have been partners with Uni Arte, a «creative economy» experience connected to the Automotive Chain, since 2016. The Project has transformed the lives of a talented community of artisans and seamstresses in the City of Indaiatuba (SP), through the upcycling of seat belts, airbags and automotive fabrics, transforming them into fashion and art pieces. The Project relies on our free legal support, with the same technical rigor and energy with which we serve all our customers.
Currently constituted as a cooperative, Uni Arte is the story of a group of young mothers, housewives and grandmothers who decided to act to change the course of their lives: without political ties or public funding, the initiative generates work and income, making it possible for its members to make a decisive contribution to their families through the design of backpacks, bags, notebook cases and other incredible items.
As Judite Fernanda Simionato, president of the institution, frequently reports, «when income comes into the household through women, we know that the most basic needs will be met. Children, the sick and the elderly will be cared for, the main needs of the family will be met».Center for