ANTHILL (Alternative Nest and Trading /Training Hub for Indigenous/Ingenious Little Livelihood seekers) Fabric Gallery is a social, ethical and cultural enterprise that addresses cultural degradation, unemployment and urban migration. It works to preserve and promote Philippine hand loomed fabrics and weaving traditions through contemporary and zero waste design with the aim of attracting younger generations to provide sustainable livelihood among partner artisan communities. ANTHILL’s unique model not only employs artisans, but also trains them in financial literacy and cultural appreciation, teaching weavers how to use their unique talents to create profitable businesses. By creating sustainable livelihood and demand for traditional woven pieces, ANTHILL has helped pave the way for future generations of weavers, allowing them to stay within their communities.