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The Freedom Cross: Supporting Artisans in New Orleans

WorldCrafts artisan partner Baptist Friendship House in New Orleans, Louisiana, works to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the homeless, human trafficking survivors, and those living in poverty. Baptist Friendship House WorldCrafts’ partnership with Baptist Friendship House has provided job opportunities for women who are unable to work full time for a variety […]

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WorldCrafts Special Preorder Opportunity—April 12–May 3, 2021

You have a special opportunity to preorder five new WorldCrafts products that support artisans and their families in the United States, Nepal, and Thailand who are rebuilding their lives after the pandemic. Visit our special preorder page for more details and to place your preorder today!   Freedom Cross Hang this unique cross on a […]

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Mother’s Day Gifts That Support Mothers around the World

This Mother’s Day honor your mother or a special woman in your life by giving a WorldCrafts gift that supports mothers around the world. Many WorldCrafts items are created by moms for moms. Buying from WorldCrafts means you have the special privilege of supporting moms around the world who work hard to care for their […]

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Transform Lives through CWJC/CMJC and WorldCrafts

Job development and the provision of sustainable, living wages are at the heart of WorldCrafts’ vision to offer an income with dignity and the hope of everlasting life to every person on earth. This vision fits hand in glove with the mission of Christian Women’s Job Corps and Christian Men’s Job Corps (CWJC/CMJC): to equip […]

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Jewelry That Makes an Impact

You can make an impact on the lives of artisans around the world by wearing unique, handmade, fair-trade jewelry. Each WorldCrafts product represents a life changed by the opportunity to earn an income with dignity and hear the offer of eternal hope. Here are a few of our favorite jewelry pieces, handmade by artisans in […]

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New Hope Lanyards from Graffiti 2 Works!

WorldCrafts artisan partner Graffiti 2 Works in New York coaches adults to develop the physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual skills necessary to achieve their best. The Impact of Graffiti 2 Works Graffiti 2 Works has a twofold approach. First, Graffiti 2 offers jobs to qualified individuals through a growing microenterprise. Second, adults interested in […]

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Decorate Your Home with Fair-Trade Products!

Fill your home with unique, handmade, fair-trade products. Each WorldCrafts product represents a life changed by the opportunity to earn an income with dignity and hear the offer of eternal hope. Here are a few of our favorite home décor products, handmade by artisans in Asia, Africa, and the United States! Indian Mosaic Frames Made […]

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ConneXions

ConneXions: Making an Impact in India

WorldCrafts artisan group ConneXions employs underprivileged women from the slums of Calcutta, India. ConneXions has trained the artisans how to make products out of their traditional saris using the kantha, a traditional Indian embroidery technique. The Impact of Your Purchase The women artisans of ConneXions work primarily from their homes while looking after their children […]

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The Lily House: Raising Lilies with Hope

The Lily House is a safe haven, child day care, and business training center for women in the Dominic Republic who have been rescued from sex trafficking or are at risk of being trafficked. Women at The Lily House learn to make jewelry by hand in order to make a new living with dignity and […]

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Host a WorldCrafts Virtual Market!

You can support WorldCrafts artisans around the world by hosting a WorldCrafts Virtual Market. Why a WorldCrafts Virtual Market? From hand-quilted throws created by artisans in India to paper-bead jewelry crafted by HIV-positive widows in Uganda to lanyards sewn by seamstresses in the Bronx, WorldCrafts offers high-quality products that represent hope to people in multiple […]

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