Rescue Her is one of my favorite organizations local to Dallas-Fort Worth. Just as this t-shirt shows, their mission is to “Empower” survivors of sex trafficking to live in freedom. I love how beautiful and meaningful this message on this tee is.
Shameless plug here! I think it’s so thoughtful when my clients gift photo sessions to their friends or family members. I may be biased, but what better gift is there than the gift of captured memories? And of course, the 15% donated to the nonprofit organization of their choice is a special bonus.
This brand is so cool because they offer a practical product – socks – and you can choose which cause is most important to you. From breast cancer prevention to saving dogs, there is something for everyone. All socks are ethically made from organic cotton and are very comfortable. Plus, they make socks for both men and women!
WINTER TREAT GIFT SET BY PROSPERITY CANDLE – $36
Not only do their candles smell lovely, but their mission is even better. Each candle is ethically-made by women artisans and refugees here in the U.S. They never add any dyes or enhancers, and each is poured with all-natural soy & coconut waxes, pure cotton and wood wicks, and premium fragrances made with essential oils.
WOVEN MARKET BAG BY WINTON AND WAITS – $108
Winton and Waits is my favorite local boutique for their stunning selection, kind staff, and mission to give back on each item purchased. Adoption, foster care, domestic violence and human trafficking are causes W+W cares deeply about and gives back to. If you’re local to Dallas-Fort Worth, it’s definitely worth the trip!
EARRINGS FROM THE WORTHY CO. – $34
The Worthy Co is a social enterprise started by the Net, a nonprofit organization based in Fort Worth, as a way to employ women in their program. 100% of every purchase supports survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and exploitation.
This soaking salt supports young mothers from under-resourced communities in Chicago, Illinois by providing a job training program to succeed in the workforce. They are empowered to build a bright career path, raise strong families, and create loving homes and communities.
Calyan Wax Co. candles are a simple way for you to take a stand against human trafficking in America. They donate 5% of all revenues to Traffic911. Calyan Wax Co. is a small local business in Fort Worth, TX.
Elizabeth’s Voice provides full time jobs for over 30 women in Uganda. Did you know that if you employ a woman in a developing nation she will turn around and invest 90% of her income back into her community? The women they employ full time in Uganda have taken in 12 orphans in their community. They said they have been desiring to help make changes in their community for a long time, but poverty was overwhelming them.
Based on friendship & a shared dream, Fay Grant and Michelle Chavez started The Tote Project to support the recovery of victims of modern-day slavery. With hope, they strive to empower survivors of human trafficking by providing them opportunities and helping show their worth & potential.
I am obsessed with my Sackcloth & Ashes blanket that was gifted to me a couple Christmas’s ago! Their blankets are ethically made from 100% recycled material and each blanket purchased provides a blanket to a homeless shelter.
ABLE is an ethical fashion brand with the mission of ending poverty through the employment and empowerment of women – investing in, training, and educating them so they can earn a living, break the cycle of poverty, and thrive. Every ABLE product is guaranteed for life.
Every Monday you have the opportunity to give back when you shop with Altar’d State on Mission Mondays. 10% of net profits go directly towards local charities across the country.
For over 20 years, Thistle Farms has lit a pathway of healing and hope for women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. Support their efforts with this Renew & Revive set!
Wheat and Honey Co. makes the most beautiful Bibles! You can also customize your own hand painted Bible. Your purchase will enable the gifting of Bibles and other resources to the program graduates of Valiant Hearts, a nonprofit organization that helps women find freedom from sexual exploitation.
Noonday Collection is a business that uses fashion to create meaningful opportunities around the world. They are a fair trade company that work with artisans to create beautiful jewelry and market goods. The name Noonday Collection comes from Isaiah 58:10: “If you spend yourselves in behalf of the hungry and satisfy the needs of the oppressed, then your light will rise in the darkness, and your night will become like the noonday.”
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