There is a lot happening in the world. And there’s inspirational hope persevering.
This episode is dedicated to Peace of Thread, which grew from a seed of hope in Clarkston, Georgia, and extends roots of empowerment and inspiration.
Some links to share:
Peace of Thread was founded by Denise Smith in 2012 with a mission: to empower refugee women to become economically independent through making and selling artisan bags. You can learn more about the remarkable artisans who create the 25 varieties of bags and inspire empowerment and independence through connection and creativity.
Visit the Peace of Thread Shop to explore these creative, remarkable, and practical these beautiful works of art, which can be purchased at the Peace of Thread shop, at boutiques in Georgia and Virginia, and also on their Peace of Thread Etsy shop, too!
Note: Here’s Hoping receives NO remuneration or benefit from any purchase you make at Peace of Thread. These are not affiliate links; they are intended to spread the good work of Peace of Thread’s remarkable work.
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Special thanks to Tysorex for the original artwork. Additional graphics made with Canva.
Thanks for visiting my imaginary coffee shop.