A brand with a p

We are not just another clothing brand. We are a purpose-driven brand with a mission to make a difference in the lives of families who are going through experiences similar to ours. Our brand is inspired by our son Nauê, who was born with a rare genetic condition called IFAP (Ichthyosis, Follicularis, Alopecia, and Photophobia) syndrome. Since day one, Nauê has required extensive medical attention due to his condition. However, we feel fortunate to live in Canada, where we have access to a first-world health system and government support for children with disabilities.

As Nauê's parents, we understand the crucial role that government and community support play in the well-being and development of children with disabilities. This support has enabled us to offer Nauê a good quality of life, and we believe it is our duty to give back to families who do not have access to such support. One of the core purposes of the Nauê brand is to provide help and support to families who are going through similar situations. We have chosen to support families in Brazil who have children with disabilities because we have experienced the importance of mutual help firsthand. These families do not have access to government assistance and are often low-income households.

We are proud to sponsor two families through the "Mãos Que Acolhem" project in Brazil, which translates to "Hands That Welcome."  An initiative focused on providing support, assistance, and a warm community for families with children with disabilities.

Learn more about the “Maos Que Acolhem” project by visiting @projetomamslz IG. We currently support them monthly by donating a fixed amount from our sales. Our ultimate goal is to sponsor more families and make a meaningful difference in their lives. 

When you purchase a piece of clothing from the Nauê brand, you are not just buying a garment but also contributing to our mission of helping families in need. Your purchase will directly impact the lives of these families and their children. Join us on this mission to make a difference. Together, we can create a better world, one piece of clothing at a time. 

  Founder of the “Mãos que Acolhem” Project
  Ana Cláudia Arruda Santos


 Meet the Families We Support:

 The Sales Family

  • Mother: Bárbara Sales
  • Child: Ângelo Gabriel Sales, 13 years old
  • Condition: Cerebral Palsy and Microcephaly

    Angelo Gabriel

The Silva Family

  • Mother: Carla Rayssa Silva Padilha
  • Child: Ytallo Pyetro Padilha da Silva, 9 years old
  • Condition: Cerebral Palsy, Microcephaly, and Epidermolysis Bullosa 

    Ytallo Pyetro