Droves of people have been violently driven from their homes and property throughout Southern Mexico, Venezuela, El Salvador, and Honduras. Through the kindness of a Bishop at a church in Tijuana, hundreds of refugees and their children have bunks, cots, pieces of floor and a roof over their heads.
To combat depression, homelessness, poverty, and further exploitation on the streets, the refugee women are learning a marketable skill: sewing!
Your purchase empowers them to one day soon have the resources to find a safe, new place to call home.
D E T A I L S
Fabric sewn by refugees at a women’s cooperative in Tijuana
Set of 2, drawstring fabric produce bags
Colors/patterns vary; allow us to choose for you and enjoy the surprise!
Mesh sewn by women in rural Mexico
4 locking string mesh produce bags
Shop for fruits and vegetables the eco-friendly way!
S H O P T H E C H A N G E
Your purchase empowers people in need with a hand up via safe, living wage employment.
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