Support Arnold Elementary School PTA... and support women in Haiti at the same time! These blue & white necklaces, bracelets, and keychains will help our students, parents, teachers, and staff show their AES school spirit! Each piece is handmade with paper beads by artisans in Haiti. Fair Trade, artisan-made.
Kids Necklace: 11" long
Adult Necklace: 16" long
Adventure Bracelet: Adjustable black cording, 2.5" diameter at smallest size
Kids Bracelet: 2.25" diameter, stretchy
Adult Bracelet: 2.5" diameter, stretchy
Keychain: 3" long
WHO MADE IT
This beautiful handcrafted piece was made with love by the women of Ila Joi in Kenscoff, Haiti. These artisans create jewelry made of paper beads in order to provide a better life for their children and families.
You'll love this colorful wristlet for a night out or for every day! Two zippered pockets with lots of room for your phone, keys, lipstick, and much more!! Market fabrics vary slightly.
This beautiful handcrafted piece was made by the women of the Umucyo Sewing Cooperative in Rwanda. These artisans use foot pedal sewing machines to create unique accessories from African market fabrics. Your purchase helps them provide for their families & send their children to school.
**This a fundraiser to send Amber Shoffner to Zambia! Read more below...
These elegant bowls are a gorgeous addition to your home, adding color and texture to your decor. Handcrafted from paper mâché in South Africa and available in three different patterns. (not suitable for food, only for decor)
*Proceeds from the purchase of this bowl will go towards the Poole Family's adoption fund! They live in Greenville, SC and are adopting from South Africa.
This is a PRE-ORDER. Bowls will arrive from South Africa around June 1st, but the donation will be made to the Poole family immediately.
10" diameter, 5" high
WHO MADE IT
Wola Nani has been supporting women with HIV & AIDS from some of the poorest communities in South Africa since 1994. Their Income Generation project ensures that women can earn a regular income while working from home. This means that they can earn a sustainable income to buy food, medicine, electricity, and afford schooling for their children.