Starting on Dec. 1, we began sharing businesses and nonprofits that sell amazing gifts that you can give this Christmas. These organizations fight sex trafficking in various ways, so you can rest assured that as you give to your loved ones, you're also giving to trafficking survivors around the world. Below is a list of all twelve companies that you can shop from this Christmas and all year long!
DAY 1: Eden Ministry
Eden Ministry sells gorgeous jewelry (such as the Change the World Collection, pictured here) that serves a higher purpose: To restore freedom for the captives of Asia’s red light districts through holistic programs that transform the body, mind and spirit. They even provide career and skill training, which empowers women for a new life and future.
DAY 2: Sari Bari
Sari Bari doesn’t just create amazing bags, home décor, and apparel. They give women who have been exploited in the sex trade or who are vulnerable to trafficking a change to experience a new life in the making. They provide employment in a safe, loving environment, where women are trained as artisans.
DAY 3: PURPOSE Jewelry
PURPOSE Jewelry provides professional opportunities to young women rescued from sex trafficking while creating beautiful jewelry. Their nonprofit, International Sanctuary,
and includes education, health care, and counseling.
DAY 4: Rahab’s Rope
Rahab's Rope sells boho chic scarves, bags, accessories, and jewelry to give hope, but their real mission is to give hope and opportunity to women and girls who are at risk or have been forced into the commercial sex trade of India. With their help, the women and girls grow and develop physically, mentally, and spiritually.
DAY 5: Thistle Farms
Thistle Farms has gifts for her and for him! They’re a powerful global community of women healing from prostitution, trafficking and addiction that employs 50 survivors through their social enterprises.
DAY 6: JOYN India
JOYN is a socially-conscious fashion brand that sells handbags, wallets/clutches, accessories and more that are 100% handmade my local artisans, who are provided with steady jobs, education, vocational training, medical, and a daily meal plan.
DAY 7: Love Calcutta Arts
http://lovecalcuttaarts.com/ Love Calcutta Artsis known not just for their cards/stationary, notebooks, and sari blankets but also for providing girls with the economic freedom of a job as they promote their holistic freedom in an effort to restore their sense of dignity and self-worth.
DAY 8: FASHIONABLE
FASHIONABLE's beautifully designed leather products, jewelry, scarves and more create jobs for women around the world! The company originally started when Barrett (one of the founders) was living in Ethiopia and met women coming out of the commercial sex industry who were in need of jobs.
DAY 9: Freeset
Freeset sells trendy bags, scarves, and tshirts. This fair trade business offers employment to women trapped in Kolkata's sex trade. Their goal to see the 10,000 sex workers in their neighborhood empowered with the choice of leaving a profession they never chose in the first place.
DAY 10: Sudara
Sudara's PUNJAMMIES® can help the men and women on your gift list stay cozy, comfy while they support a cool cause! These items are made proudly in India by women working to remain free from sex slavery.
DAY 11: Good Paper
Good Paper's greeting cards give you the opportunity to send Christmas cheer to your loved ones as you support sex trafficking survivors abroad! Their cardmakers are women who have escaped sex trafficking in the Philippines and young adults orphaned by disease in Rwanda.
DAY 12: Malia Designs
creates messenger, tote, and cosmetic bags as well as many other recycled and fair trade products. Their goal is to increase economic opportunity for women in Cambodia and to support organizations that fight human trafficking in Southeast Asia.
Reclaimed exists to empower and mobilize God’s Church to REDEFINE a hyper-sexualized culture, RESTORE men and women victimized by the sex industry, and to REACH a world hurt by the abuse of sex all through the power of Jesus Christ. Sign up for our next study at reclaimed431.org/events and our newsletter at reclaimed431.org/subscribe.