Monday, May 18, 2009

Threads of Hope

Check out these adorable dresses we just got in! You may be surprised to find out that these are not the latest designer duds fresh off the kiddie clothes runways. These clothes were not made in a factory, and there is no designer name sewn into the garment. These dresses were actually made in Ecuador by someone in economic need, perhaps a widow, or an orphan, or a fellow mom trying to provide for her children. These dresses were provided to Nurture through a nonprofit organization called Threads of Hope.  Threads of Hope is a mission that provides sewing machines and garment construction skills to economically challenged individuals in poor countries. Through Threads of Hope, these individuals are able to achieve an improved standard of living, work at home opportunities, practical skills, English language development, and improved self-esteem.

The dresses range from $60-$120, and 90% of the proceeds go to the Threads of Hope organization. Why not buy one of these adorable dresses for a special little girl in your life? Your purchase may help another woman or little girl live a better life.

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