From Nov. 24 to Dec. 6, we featured a variety of companies who fight trafficking with fabulous, trendy, and useful products on our Facebook page. This Christmas, you can give the gift of freedom by buying products from companies who help impoverished people make a living wage so they won't be vulnerable to traffickers, donate funds to partner nonprofits who fight trafficking, and more! Below is a recap of the 12 (+1) companies we chose to feature!
DAY 1: High Point Supply Co.
We’re kicking off the 12 Days of Reclaimed with a hometown favorite: High Point Supply Co.! This Dallas boutique sells goods that help you fight poverty and justice. The items below along with others specifically raise money for anti-trafficking efforts.
DAY 2: Free the Birds
Today, we’re featuring Steve Moakler’s Free the Birds t-shirt! 100% of the proceeds are given to non-profit organizations that fight to end human sex trafficking and serve the women and children who have been trapped in it.
DAY 3: Jesus Said Love
Did you know that Jesus Said Love has its own online store called Lovely? Even if you don’t serve with their ministry through Reclaimed, you can still support their efforts by purchasing apparel, home goods, and more featuring awareness messages in trendy designs.
Day 4: Purpose Jewelry
Purpose Jewelry provides professional opportunities to young women rescued from sex trafficking while creating beautiful jewelry, gifts, and more! Their nonprofit, International Sanctuary, and includes education, health care, and counseling.
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: 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 7: Fight The New Drug
Fight The New Drug’s mission is to raise awareness about the harmful effects of pornography, which greatly fuels the demand for trafficking. They also have an online store that sell apparel and other items, which make great conversation starters!
DAY 8: Made for Freedom
Fight human trafficking in style with these gorgeous products from @MadeforFreedom! By employing impoverished women at a living wage, they help prevent them from turning to sweat shop labor, explotation, or sex trafficking.Visit their website for clothes, accessories, bags, and more!
DAY 9: Mulxiply
Mulxiply’s mission is to stabilize economies in the developing world through creating dignified jobs by investing in indigenous, artisanal businesses who collaborate to produce our contemporary designs via age-old techniques. Their well-crafted products make the perfect gifts for the men and women in your list!
DAY 10: 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 11: Citizen&Darling
Citizen&Darling is a is a clothing line with products for men, women, and babies designed to build awareness and support to the ever growing epidemic of modern day slavery and human trafficking. https://citizenanddarling.com/
DAY 12: Elegantees
The organic cotton Elegantees uses for its products is ethically grown and traded, so it doesn’t promote exploitation! Plus, their nonprofit partner rescues over 20,000 women and children each year at the border of Nepal-India from sex trafficking.
BONUS! DAY 13: Altar'd State
While Reclaimed is all about fighting trafficking, we also wanted to highlight Altar'd State! 100 percent of the proceeds from their hurricane relief merchandise will go to Convoy of Hope to help those impacted by hurricanes in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico.
Here are a few of the brands we featured last year!
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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.