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Create a WorldCrafts Market!

Would you like to be hands-on in helping WorldCrafts develop fair-trade businesses in the United States and around the world? You can—by creating a WorldCrafts market either in-person or virtually! Why a WorldCrafts Market? From hand-quilted throws created by artisans in India to paper bead jewelry crafted by HIV-positive widows in Uganda to cord keepers […]

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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 countries and cultures. When you […]

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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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BCFM Benefits

Support Baptist Children and Family Ministries Through WorldCrafts!

We know you have a heart for vulnerable children. Your support for WorldCrafts shows it. Do you know that you can help at-risk children and their families in your own community simply by hosting a one-month online WorldCrafts benefit? All you have to do is register to become a host, and we’ll send you all the promotional materials […]

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WorldCrafts Display

Put WorldCrafts on Display

Do you have a heart to join in the fight to end poverty – for mothers who don’t have enough to feed their children, much less clothe or educate them – for fathers who have to live apart from their families in order to provide the most basic necessities – for women forced to make unbearable decisions in order to survive? […]

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