Help Us Transform More Lives in 2015!

As we close out 2014, THANK YOU for helping us CHANGE lives throughout the year; in Charlotte & around the world.

Because of YOU, below are 14 "Success Stories" from our Artisans, Projects & Partners that have been EMPOWERED through your purchases in 2014:

#1 – WE GAVE MORE THAN $100,000 TO OUR
#2 – Launched The Community Collection that keeps families together in rural Mexico & Honduras
#3 – Our new partnership with Proverbs 31 Ministries enabled us to empower more women & raise more funds for our Collaborative Partners
#4 – Two of our Freedom Project Artisans were BAPTIZED at a local partner Church in Charlotte, NC. 
#5 – Our MarketPlaces have "popped up" all over the place - from Illinois, Texas, Washington, DC, Georgia and throughout the Southeast!!
#6 – First Fashion & Compassion Vision Trip to Uganda
#7 – Provided funding for a Tutor/Educational Coordinator for Casa Adalia, a safe home for young women rescued from sex-trafficking in Ecuador.
#8 – Produced custom jewelry for Proverbs 31 MinistriesSurrender the SecretNew Vision Renewable EnergyLynn Cowell's book MagneticWith Open Eyes & Musical Artist Mary James.
#9 – Celebrated 20 years of reconciliation with ALARM, our Collaborative Partner in Rwanda; please continue to pray for Peace & Healing for our brothers and sisters in Central Africa.
#10 – Launched our Bullets to Blessings Collection & now have the opportunity to IMPACT the lives of over 100 HIV+ Artisans in Ethiopia
#11 – Honored to be able to work with nearly 200 Artisans in Charlotte & around the world
#12 – We've connected with AMAZING Compassionistas throughout the US who have hosted Beauty & Dignity Trunk Shows in their homes to help EMPOWER our Artisans
#13 – We've been invited to speak about issues of injustice at The Justice Conference - Charlotte, various churches, women's conferences, businesses & retreats.
#14 – Fostered FELLOWSHIP, DIGNITY & COMMUNITY amongst the vulnerable women in our projects. For many the support they receive from our staff & their peers is at least as valuable to them as the money they earn.

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