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The Grace Bracelet: Handmade by Trafficking Survivors

WorldCrafts artisan partner The WellHouse just outside Birmingham, Alabama, seeks to honor our Father by providing rescue and opportunities for restoration to women who have survived human trafficking and specifically sexual exploitation. The WellHouse never charges residents for living quarters, therapy, case management, and other services. The Impact of The WellHouse WorldCrafts partnership with The […]

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WorldCrafts Special Preorder Opportunity!

This July you have a special opportunity to preorder four new WorldCrafts products that will support artisans in the United States. These unique items are only available for preorder through 11:00 a.m. CDT on Friday, July 31, 2020. They will not be available on our website ever again, so be sure to place your preorder […]

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Hill Top Crafts: Purposeful Purses

Years ago, a representative with our new artisan group Hill Top Crafts visited Thailand. While there, she met a group of ladies making traditional Hmong crafts. Their group was named Hill Top. “I visited the location in Thailand where these women worked,” she says. “I thought they were going to be creating typical Hmong crafts, […]

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Introducing Bidri Ware: An Ancient Handicraft

In a small southern India town, Bidar, the community still practices an ancient handicraft dating back to the 14th century: bidriware. “Bidriware is made from a mix of zinc and copper inlaid with thin sheets of silver,” a representative with Bidri Ware, a new WorldCrafts artisan group, says. For many in India, a better future […]

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Support Human Trafficking Victims

In the US, the National Day of Human Trafficking Awareness is observed on January 11. Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world. Poverty, war, gender inequality, and lack of opportunity breed desperation. Human traffickers manipulate desperate people with the promise of beautiful lives, quality educations, and equitable salaries. Each year, millions […]

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Handmade Sari Products from India!

In cities such as Kolkata (Calcutta), India, many women live in the slums.  Finding a job is difficult, if not impossible, with their background and limited education. WorldCrafts partners with 3 artisan groups in Kolkata, India, who transform soft, cotton, recycled saris into beautiful notebooks, blankets, and scarves. The pieces feature the traditional running pick-stitched […]

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Shop Fair-Trade Gifts and Save!

Christmas is coming soon! Give fair-trade gifts this year that make an impact. Each WorldCrafts product represents a life changed by the opportunity to earn an income with dignity and hear the offer of eternal hope. Shop Now and Save! Our only site-wide sale of the year is going on now! Use code SHOP19 to […]

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New Necklace from The WellHouse!

WorldCrafts artisan partner The WellHouse just outside Birmingham, Alabama, seeks to honor our Father by providing rescue and opportunities for restoration to women who have survived human trafficking and specifically sexual exploitation. The WellHouse never charges residents for living quarters, therapy, case management, and other services. The Impact of The WellHouse WorldCrafts partnership with The […]

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Fair-Trade Hostess Gifts

The holidays are upon us, and our calendars are quickly filling with festivities. From Thanksgiving to Christmas to the New Year, friends and family show hospitality by opening their homes and sharing meals. When you attend a dinner or open house, show your gratitude with a hostess gift from WorldCrafts. These hostess gifts will bring joy to […]

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New Products from Channapatna Handicrafts Artisans

WorldCrafts artisan partner Channapatna Handicrafts in India employs artisans who are skilled in lac-turney, a woodworking craft protected as a geographical indication under the World Trade Organization. The Impact of Channapatna Handicrafts The skill of lac-turney has been handed down in this region of India for many years. The craft began to dwindle in India […]

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