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Curated Gift Box | Happy Birthday

$ 32.00

This curated box is ready to gift! It's the perfect way to say "Happy Birthday" and empower women across the globe.

Every item in this box is fair trade, provides dignified jobs for artisans, and empowers families living in desperate situations around the world.  


DETAILS

Includes four fair trade items:

  • "Happy Birthday" 5x7 greeting card with blank interior created with art from teenage mothers in Kenya
  • Fun + colorful fair trade earrings (style may vary)
  • 3 oz. "Happy Birthday" candle with sprinkles handpoured by Local Hope, a group of artisans who are refugees resettled in the USA 
  • Caandle is birthday cake scented and made with 100% soy wax
  • Milestone paper bead bracelet* on a themed card made by women from Have Hope in Kenya

*If you're ordering on our app, please indicate which milestone bracelet you would like in the notes of your order. Thank you!

ABOUT THE ARTISANS

Sanaa Collection

Art inspired by teen girls who have been rescued from desperate situations and are pregnant or learning to be moms. By purchasing these cards, you are joining us to change the lives of women around the world by empowering them through dignified work.

Local Hope

Mercy House Global is located just outside Houston, Texas, a city of more than 70,000 refugees one of the largest populations in the USA. MHG employs about ten women who have resettled in Houston. This group of artisans is called Local Hope, and created candles, spa products, and home decor for the MHG fair trade line. 

Local Hope also supports women in Houston, TX who are coming out of a life of oppression and are in a vulnerable situation. This group of artisans create our candle and spa products.

In addition to job creation, MHG provides programs to support the local refugee community, including ESOL (English Speakers of Other Languages) and empowerment luncheons that offer fellowship and skill training.

Have Hope

A woman just like you sat in her home a couple of months ago in a Kenyan slum, rolling these paper beads. She smiled with satisfaction when she completed them; the same way you’ll smile when you put them on. This mother made these beautiful pieces to protect her family from poverty. She made them for you.


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