We believe in the power of women holding other women up.
So, we have decided to feature organizations who are doing just that, and extend an easy way for you to connect with them through volunteering and donating. Check out each of our exclusive partners below and pray about which one speaks to your heart. Our goal is to come alongside organizations that are doing great work, take back what was lost or stripped of life in the lives of women and recolor it.
At free fab’rik, our leading verse is Proverbs 31:25 “She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future.” We are a non-profit organization with a heart for fashion, faith, and service. Our mission is to clothe and encourage survivors of sex trafficking, domestic violence, and addiction. Our vessel to do so is our DREAM Boutiques, where we host free shopping sprees. At our free shopping sprees, the women are welcome to shop without the pressure of price tags! A typical spree is 2 hours long, with a max team of 8 volunteers. We begin our sprees with an ice breaker and a devotional. We celebrate the women with a fashion show, where our incredible ladies are able to confidently feel beautiful and so loved! Come join us in our mission!
Founded in 2001, Wellspring Living is a non-profit organization in Atlanta, Georgia that provides domestic sex trafficking victims and those at risk (ages 12-39) with specialized recovery services through three residential programs, two community-based programs, and graduate services. Each program provides transformative care through therapy, education, life skills, and personal and professional development. Through operating best practices and with a highly qualified staff, Wellspring Living programs are statistically proven in providing restorative services that yield positive, life-changing results. Wellspring Living is a leader in the nation for residential care and through the Wellspring Living Institute are able to educate, train, and mentor organizations around the world.
Carry 117 exists to empower at-risk women in Korah, Ethiopia. We believe that economic empowerment provides the foundation necessary for sustainable development. The Carry 117 model revolves around this belief, going beyond charity to support income alternatives. As the women involved in this project are empowered, their families will be strengthened and preserved. The community of Korah and the country as a whole will benefit.We hire at-risk women in Korah, train them to sew, and provide them with a job. Each month, they earn a paycheck, which in turn allows them to provide for themselves and their families. We see dignity being restored, confidence growing, stability within families, children being fed and educated, and the hope of a bright future.
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