Never Under Estimate the Power of Hope

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  • The earrings are made from the wood of the Maasai Tree. This tree is found throughout the plains of Central Africa. Widely featured in African movies such as "Lion King," the coil in the center of the earrings reveals the product's birth place. Proceeds will go back to helping the women getting back on their feet again in the communities where these items were made.
  • These exotic earrings are made from the Maasai tree found in  Africa. Widely featured in African movies such as "The Lion King." The material was shaped into the leaves, painted green and interwoven by brightly colored nylon to remind its owner of the exotic and brightly coloured flora and fauna  found in the  luscious rainforest of Central Africa. Proceeds will go back to helping the women getting back on their feet again in the communities where these items were made.
  • Proceeds will go back to helping the women getting back on their feet again in the communities where these items were made.
  • The lady who made this piece was inspired by "The Rain Queen." The Balobedu tribe in the Limpopo province of South Africa is ruled by the Rain Queen. She is believed to have special powers including the ability to control the clouds and rainfall. Proceeds will go back to helping the women in the communities where these items were made.
  • The beads selected for this piece were where chosen to mirror the majestic rains in Uganda. Proceeds will go back to helping the women getting back on their feet again in the communities where these items were made.
  • Handpainted one of a kind embellished journal by Mixed Media Artist Judith Fox Goldstein Amani's Moolelo (Story): Born in Barbados, AMANI (meaning peaceful) grew up in a large family with 6 brothers and sisters. Adventurous, curious and dedicated to helping people, Amani was accepted into the prestigious medical school and looking forward to a position at Ross University School of Medicine in Barbados. Life took an unexpected turn and Amani found herself in a dangerous relationship. Using all her knowledge and courage, she successfully left that relationship and went back to school to study criminal justice in an effort to become an advocate for abused women. “Hopefull Handbags”, an organization dedicated to supporting women of domestic abuse, was founded by Cathlene Miner as a tribute to her Grandmother. Now, a global effort, Hopefull Handbags provides shelter, education, training, support and empowerment to thousands of women worldwide. “Together We Are Stronger!” Proceeds go directly to Hopefull Handbags, Raising Hope, Help, and Support to Survivors of Domestic Abuse. Start your Journaling Journey with journaling tips here.
  • Proceeds will go back to helping the women getting back on their feet again in the communities where these items were made.
  • This handmade Sissel bag is perfect for keeping your essentials close by. Adjustable strap is perfect for any size. Proceeds will go back to helping the women in the communities where these items were made
  • This handmade Sissel bag is perfect for keeping your essentials close by. Adjustable strap is perfect for any size. Proceeds will go back to helping the women in the communities where these items were made
  • This handmade Sissel bag is perfect for keeping yor essentials close by. Adjustable strap is perfect for any size. Every detail is thoughtfully placed and colors coordinated with meaning. Proceeds will go back to helping the women in the communities where these items were made.
  • Handpainted one of a kind embellished journal by Mixed Media Artist Judith Fox Goldstein Daisha's Moolelo (Story): Daisha means ALIVE!” Upon immigrating to the US, Daisha was bullied and the victim of aggressive racism and domestic abuse. Now, the world has changed...What divided us before now, pales in comparison to what unites us!” (JFK’s inaugural speech) Fear of the unknown has been replaced by universal connectivity never- before-seen. “WE” is now the operative word and, if there is an upside to this time disrupted living Daisha would say; Let the world be a kinder place as we move forward together” Proceeds go directly to Hopefull Handbags, Raising Hope, Help, and Support to Survivors of Domestic Abuse. Start your Journaling Journey with journaling tips here.
  • Handpainted one of a kind embellished journal by Mixed Media Artist Judith Fox Goldstein Destiny's Moolelo (Story): Born to working-class parents, Destiny’s parents always wanted her to ‘save’ the family by becoming a doctor. The burden was heavy on her own, but Destiny had her own dreams. Wanting to help her family, but driven to dance her entire life. With support from family and friends, she graduated with a full scholarship from Julliard and now dances with the N.Y.C ballet. Her profession now allows her to help her family, but “SHE DID IT HER WAY!” Hold on to your dreams! “Hopefull Handbags”, an organization dedicated to supporting women of domestic abuse, was founded by Cathlene Miner as a tribute to her Grandmother. Now, a global effort, Hopefull Handbags provides shelter, education, training, support and empowerment to thousands of women worldwide. “Together We Are Stronger!” Proceeds go directly to Hopefull Handbags, Raising Hope, Help, and Support to Survivors of Domestic Abuse. Start your Journaling Journey with journaling tips here.

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