Support WorldCrafts Artisans Around the World
Your gift supports WorldCrafts by providing the funding needed to pay our artisans a sustainable living wage, bring their products to the United States, and create opportunities to market them for sale.
Through your gift, you are partnering with us to support our impoverished global partners, many who are completely dependent on WorldCrafts’ orders for their livelihood.
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How partnering with WorldCrafts changes artisans' lives.“Partnering with WorldCrafts and Proverbs 31 Women has transformed many lives in these villages. The women often use their income to start small businesses for their families. It allows them to pay for uniforms and supplies for their children’s school. Some of them even use it to pay for transportation to their AIDS and HIV treatments. Though these women often care for the children of deceased family members as well as their own children, selling jewelry allows them to overcome the financial hardships of a large family. And through their involvement with our bead group, all of these women are able to hear the gospel. Many needs are met for the women of Uganda through Proverbs 31 Women and WorldCrafts” – Proverbs 31 Women, Uganda
“Our ongoing involvement with WorldCrafts has enabled 18 widowed women to learn sewing skills in a safe, loving environment where they are cared for and believed in. The accomplishment of finishing an order of scarves has boosted the confidence it takes to deepen our relationships and build trust as a ministry.” White Rainbow Project, India
Because of MCF’s partnership with WorldCrafts, “I will live a better life, support my family, save up so as to start my own business in the future and have enough to even share with those in need because I really understand what they are going through since I have been there. Six of my siblings will live a better life, more than 100 others girls who are suffering like I was will be rescued, and there will be more job opportunities.” Martha, an artisan from Mully Children’s Family, Kenya