Each handmade product we showcase has the purpose of giving freedom and hope for a future of restoration and healing.
Our artisans at The Little Tree Project, LLC. are employed survivors of human exploitation, abuse, and/or trafficking. We also partner with ethical creators and artisans with their own philanthropic mission of freedom.
PURPOSE Jewelry is a fashionable line of handcrafted accessories made by young women rescued from human trafficking.
PURPOSE Jewelry has worked with thousands of young survivors all over the world, providing them with the skillful art of making jewelry and holistic care including education, health care, life skills and counseling. 100% of their proceeds go to International Sanctuary.
Each artisanally made piece of elegant jewelry is complete with the name of the survivor who made it.
Creating sustainable change, hope, freedom, and choices, every purchase at Sudara supports skills training and job creation for survivors or women at risk of human trafficking in India.
Their goal is to “empower women to live in freedom from sex-slavery through safe, sustainable living-wage employment,” and they are doing just that.
Every style and piece of clothing is made by and named after one of the survivors at one of Sudara’s sewing centers.
You can find more info and stories of women from the centers on Sudara’s blog here >> https://blog.sudara.org/category/sudarastories/
At King’s Home, located in Alabama, Prodigal Pottery is transforming the lives of women with a past of abuse and homelessness to a hopeful future of restoration and healing by providing them with a safe and therapeutic job of artfully creating pottery.
At Prodigal Pottery, these women are being empowered to succeed through developing professional and entrepreneurial skills, learning an artistic craft, earning their GED’s, cultivating relationships and their faith, and operating in meaningful and fulfilling employment.
"God has his hand on this place because it is his heart to bring hope to women that feel hopeless." -Julia, participant and employee at Prodigal Pottery