We are an online social enterprise standing for freedom and purpose through the sale of thoughtfully made goods.
At The Little Tree Project we aim to give freedom and purpose to the survivors of modern day slavery through the sale of artisanal goods.
Our suppliers are a tribe of employed survivors of human trafficking and small business artisans longing to use their gifts and talents to make a difference through the sale of their thoughtfully made products. We believe that everyone has a purpose for freedom!
Proceeds from each product go to support not only our suppliers, but also A21, a global anti-human trafficking organization, and Eye Heart World, an anti-sex trafficking organization local to South Alabama and Wisconsin, and The Little Tree Project, LLC.
At the age of twelve, our founder, Allana, was awakened to the horror of human trafficking and knew that combating it was a part of her future. After years of sleepless nights filled with worry and prayers for those imprisoned in exploitation, she realized that she might just be a part of the revolution she was praying for.
Years of battling severe and life-threatening health challenges began to hinder her hopes and dreams for the future, but firmly believing in the verse, Isaiah 61:3, she took hold of that promise of purpose and believed in that healing for others as well.
“ to provide for those who grieve in Zion— to give them a crown of beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, and a garment of praise in place of a spirit of despair. So they will be called oaks of righteousness, the planting of the LORD, that He may be glorified.“
She is driven by her love of supporting, encouraging, and promoting others in their faith, gifts, talents, and individual purposes. This passion paired with her life experiences and purpose for anti-human trafficking efforts is what inspired the creation and mission of The Little Tree Project, LLC.
“God responded...These are my daughters, and there are some people out there that I will not let sleep until they are found.” - Rebecca Bender, Roadmap to Redemption