There is something powerful about being able to document and preserve the significant moments in life. It is special to be able to photograph a wedding or film a child’s first steps; and it is equally significant to be able to capture the words that define such events. While a spiral notebook or legal pad can serve the purpose, a beautiful, handmade journal provides a wonderful home for such thoughts; and can culminate in a book worthy of being passed down from generation to generation.

We Recommend a Handmade Burlap Journal from Haiti

Although, there are countless journal options available, here at JesusEconomy.org, we are excited to offer unique burlap journals from Haiti.

These fair trade journals are handmade by Benson Thermidor (pictured below) and his fellow artisans from recycled coffee bags. Each journal is one of a kind, and the perfect option for capturing the important moments of your life. Or perhaps you might consider giving journals as gifts, to friends and family members as they enter into new seasons of life. Give one to a new parent, a graduating senior, or newly married couple. They will surely appreciate your thoughtfulness.

Choose a Journal that Helps Transform an Impoverished Community

What makes purchasing one of these journals even more significant is that you will be helping to fund life transformation in a Haitian community struggling with unemployment rates nearing 40%. While this statistic is hard to fathom, it is a reality for many families. However it doesn’t have to be this way.

You can play an important role in changing this reality. Who knows, you might just find helping these Haitian communities worthy of the very first entry in your brand new burlap journal.*

Visit our fair trade shop to find these burlap journals as well as a wide variety of other fair trade journals to capture the significant moments of your life.

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*This article by David Miles is adapted from an earlier article for Jesus' Economy in Action, titled, "Handmade Journals for Capturing Life's Moments."

This holiday season, we're celebrating stories of artisans overcoming poverty by sharing their culture. #GiftingStories

#GiftingStories — Cultural Traditions Gift Life Transformation

In the highlands of Guatemala, a group of women have come together to overcome poverty. Inspired by their culture, they are now empowered to make a change in their lives. Mayamam Weavers, a partner of Jesus' Economy, gives female artisans in Cajolá, Guatemala the ability to make a living right where they live, without migrating and separating their families. 

When you gift products from Guatemala on JesusEconomy.org, you give families a chance to stay together and be lifted out of poverty. You help preserve years of traditional weaving and looming skills that incorporate Mayan design, culture, and color patterns.

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A Village Being Transformed Through the Gift of Culture

Mayamam Weavers are working hard to provide for their families and teach others how to do the same. 94% of the people of Cajolá live below the poverty line. But the intricate, handwoven efforts of the Mayamam Weavers is providing a better story than poverty.

When women join the cooperative, they're given fair trade wages, basic education through 6th grade level, and access to scholarships to further their education. They're changing their community from the inside out. This holiday season, you can be a part of their story.

A Few Of Our Favorite Things From Guatemala ...

Bags from Guatemala: Weekender Tote Bag in Caramel

love this sturdy weekender tote bag. This bag is perfect for that quick, weekend getaway when you don't want to pack or carry a lot. The holidays are a perfect time to get away for a quick respite and this bag is both beautiful and functional for the occasion.

Toiletry Bags from Guatemala in Caramel Wide Stripe

To go with your weekend getaway bag, snag this matching toiletry bag to store all your freshening up supplies. It's lined with waterproof ripstop nylon so you know everything else in your bag won't get ruined in case something leaks. 

Aprons from Guatemala: Cajola Red

These aprons from Guatemala are handwoven with care and thought. They come in three different styles and even in children's sizes. This red will put you in the holiday spirit and have you whipping up Christmas treats in no time. 

Brocaded Pillows from Guatemala: Black and White

I can't get over the intricate detail of this brocaded pillow. The women who brocade these pillows are inspired by traditional Mayan design and techniques. This pillow will look gorgeous on your couch or as an accent pillow on your bed. 

Belts from Guatemala: Striped Canvas

We love these handwoven belts that are made to last. And a quality belt is something the guy in your life is always looking for. Grab him one of these (so many fair trade belt options!) and you'll get to tell him how buying him the belt provided income for an artisan and their family. 

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Let Your Holiday Shopping Tell a Story

Every gift from JesusEconomy.org comes with a story to share ... of lives being transformed through craftculture, and a new type of commerce

Be part of the story of artisans preserving their culture. Let your holiday shopping tell a story. #GiftingStories

Gift a Better Story

This holiday season, we're celebrating stories of artisans overcoming poverty through their craft. #GiftingStories

#GiftingStories — A Better Story for a Group of Guatemala Women

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For most families from extreme poverty situations, there is little hope of ever overcoming poverty. But in the Guatemala highlands, a group of women have come together to defeat poverty and keep their families together. They are doing so through a cultural craft that has been passed down for generations.

Ancient Craft of Weaving Creates Jobs

Mayamam Weavers, a partner of Jesus' Economy, gives artisans the ability to live a better story: the opportunity to make a living without migrating and separating their families. For most women in villages like Cajolá, Guatemala, their only choice is to travel hundreds, or even thousands, of miles to find work in another country. This story of immigration and migrant work often means leaving behind children and even spouses.

The women of Mayamam Weavers have found a way to leverage an ancient craft so they can stay in Cajoá. They creates handwoven home goods and fair trade accessories for modern living—inspired by the rich colors, patterns, and traditional weaving techniques of Mayan culture. The co-op has now grown to 20 weavers and seamstresses, all earning fair trade wages while learning the skills to run a business.

Kitchen Gift Sets from Guatemala

An Opportunity to Make a Fair Trade Living without Leaving Family

The women behind the Mayamam co-op are determined to make their lives better for themselves and their children—and with the education and fair trade wages they receive from their artistry, they are doing just that.

There are very few economic and education opportunities in the small Guatemalan village, Cajolá, where most will spend their entire lives. In fact, 94% of the entire town population live below the poverty line. Many do not have access to even basic primary education. By joining the Mayamam Weavers co-op, every woman receives fair wages, primary school education through 6th grade level, and access to scholarships for further education through university level. They are truly changing the future outlook for themselves and their entire families.  

Totes from Guatemala

 

Be Part of a Better Story for Guatemala Artists

It is difficult to overstate how much gifts from an online Fair Trade Shop, like JesusEconomy.org, changes the lives of impoverished artisans. When you gift handmade products from JesusEconomy.org, you're part of a better story for impoverished families.

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Let Your Holiday Shopping Tell a Story

Every gift from JesusEconomy.org comes with a story to share ... of lives being transformed through craftculture, and a new type of commerce

Be part of the story of artisans defeating poverty. Let your holiday shopping tell a story. #GiftingStories

Gift a Better Story

Every gift from JesusEconomy.org comes with a story to share ... of lives being transformed through craftculture, and a new type of commerce.

#GiftingStories — A Better Holiday Decorating Story

This Christmas, let your holiday decorating tell a better story, one of families overcoming poverty. Every single dollar spent on JesusEconomy.org is invested in the mission. This is the story of a new type of commerce, one that makes the world a better place.

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A Story Behind Your Holiday Decor

Each ornament from JesusEconomy.org tells a story of hope. Imagine sharing a story from Haiti, Rwanda, or Guatemala when you tell people about your Christmas tree; or when you gift that special ornament or handmade stocking.

A Better Story for a Village in Haiti

Living in the village of Jubilee, Haiti is not an easy life. Work is hard to find and food is hard to put on the table. A little bit of extra income each month can make all the difference. Artisans like Christianna, who leads the efforts to make the cross ornaments and bottle glass ornaments, make art to support their families.

When you shop ornaments from Haiti, you support artisans overcoming poverty. You tell a better story for an impoverished village.

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A Better Story for Rwanda Artisans

This is the story the women of the Abibumbye Cooperative in Rwanda desire to live: "We hope to gain income that will help us to maintain better lives and say goodbye to poverty forever." To do so, they make miniature basket ornaments, among other products. Other cooperatives in Rwanda are creating hand-carved tree branch birds and nativity huts to lift their families out poverty.

Christmas Products from Rwanda

 

A Better Story for Traditional Weavers in Guatemala

Most people in Cajolá, Guatemala live the sad story of poverty. But the women of Mayamam Weavers are living a better story through sharing their traditional craft of weaving. Each woman in the co-op receives fair wages, primary school education through 6th grade level, and access to scholarships for education through university level. They are lifting their entire families out of poverty. Their Christmas products include handwoven stockings and ornate ornaments.

Christmas Products from Guatemala

 

A Few of Our Favorite Things (Holiday Edition) ...

Nativity Huts from Rwanda

Angel Ornaments from Haiti

Handmade Christmas Stockings from Guatemala

Porcelain Cross Ornaments from Haiti

Clay Star Ornaments from Haiti

Miniature Ornament Baskets from Rwanda

Embroidered Tree Ornaments from Guatemala

Hand-Carved White Dove Ornaments from Rwanda

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Let Your Holiday Shopping Tell a Story

Every gift from JesusEconomy.org comes with a story to share ... of lives being transformed through craftculture, and a new type of commerce

Be part of the story of artisans overcoming poverty. Let your holiday shopping tell a story. #GiftingStories

Gift a Better Story

This holiday season, we're celebrating stories of artisans overcoming poverty by sharing their culture. #GiftingStories

#GiftingStories — Cultural Traditions Gift Life Transformation

Azizi Life, a partner of Jesus' Economy, has helped empower more than 400 artisans in Rwanda. Yup, you read that right. 400!

When you gift products from Rwanda on JesusEconomy.org, you gift a myriad of cultural traditions. Basket weaving, working with banana leaves and stalks, and hand wood carving are all skills that have been taught throughout the years. And now, artisans are turning those skills into prosperous businesses that sell beautiful, quality products.

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Villages Being Transformed Through the Gift of Culture

Jesus' Economy partner, Azizi Life, works with artisans in Rwanda to provide economic opportunities for people from extreme poverty situations. Azizi Life has developed long-term relationships with 25 independent cooperatives. They also offer product design coaching and resources for growth in enterprise, health, faith, and life as a whole.

Many of the Rwanda products available on JesusEconomy.org help provide women with the resources they need to go from being dependent to successful contributors to their family and community. Azizi Life gives the gift of hope to families in Rwanda on a daily basis, won't you join them?

A Few Of Our Favorite Things From Rwanda ...

Azizi Life products from Rwanda are more than just products; they're gorgeous pieces of art.

Banana Leaf Divided Serving Tray from Rwanda

 We love this serving tray from Rwanda because it's both beautiful and sturdy. How often can you say both of those about one product? It's made by threading banana leaves around banana stalks, which is what makes it so sturdy. You can use it to serve drinks to your guests this holiday season.  

Bookends from Rwanda: Zebra

 I am in love with the hand carved bookends from Rwanda. They're stunning pieces of art where each one is carved from a single piece of wood. They'll look great on your bookcase and when someone asks you where you got them, you can tell how you provided hope for an artisan in Rwanda. 

Baskets from Rwanda: Traditional Grass Peace Basket in Black and White

These traditional peace baskets are used in Rwanda to hold other gifts for special events, such as when a bride gives a gift to her new mother-in-law at the time of her wedding. These baskets are then proudly displayed in the home. Artisan Pascasie says that the basket’s traditional pattern, called umuraza, represents a path travelled together. Imagine two friends walking together to visit another dear friend. On their heads, they carry traditional baskets, filled with gifts from their harvest. They journey together down the path, through the hills of Rwanda, pausing to chat, and continuing on to the home of their friend.

Ornaments from Rwanda: Hand-Carved, Tree Branch Bird

This little bird ornament is made from Jacaranda trees, which is a resource that grows back after it's been cut. Artisans carve these birds from the branches and it looks beautiful on your Christmas tree. Make it a memorable ornament your family hangs on the tree year after year.  

Banana Panel Nesting Cubes From Rwanda

These nest sorting cubes are also made from strong banana leaves, making them perfect for storing whatever you need. They come in three sizes; the large one is the perfect size for your modular storage shelves. They're quality, handmade products that will last you for years to come no matter where life takes you.  

Baskets from Rwanda: Tea Blossom

All the baskets from Rwanda are created from dyed natural sisal fibers woven over a core of forest grasses. Over 4,500 stitches go into one medium basket alone! The tea color is created when the naturally-white sisal fibers are steeped in Rwandan-grown tea leaves. Imagine the medium basket on your dining room table filled with warm bread or fruit.

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Let Your Holiday Shopping Tell a Story

Every gift from JesusEconomy.org comes with a story to share ... of lives being transformed through craftculture, and a new type of commerce

Be part of the story of artisans preserving their culture. Let your holiday shopping tell a story. #GiftingStories

Gift a Better Story

This holiday season, we're celebrating stories of artisans overcoming poverty by sharing their culture. #GiftingStories

#GiftingStories — A Better Story for Rwanda Weavers

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For most families from extreme poverty situations, there is little hope of ever overcoming poverty. But in Rwanda, there are several co-ops who refuse to live the story of poverty. Here's how they are defeating poverty by preserving a cultural craft passed down for generations.

Ancient Craft of Basket Weaving Creates Jobs

We all have dreams of what our life stories will look like. But few westerners would articulate that dream in the way a co-op in Rwanda does,

"We hope that in the future, every member [of our co-op] will own her own home with running water and electricity."

The women of the Duteraninkunga Cooperative hope to accomplish this dream through sharing the ancient Rwandan craft of basket weaving. And their story is already changing: through the fair trade wages provided by Azizi Life (a partner of Jesus' Economy), now the weavers can afford to go to the doctor when someone in their family is ill; they also have the resources to send their children to school. On JesusEconomy.org, your holiday shopping tells a better story: you get to be part of a story like this one.

Constellation Baskets by Duteraninkunga

A Woman's Vision to Transform Her Community

One co-op from Rwanda began with a woman who had a desire to help people in her community live a better story than poverty. To do so, Immaculee Nyiramuhakwa invited a group of other impoverished women to learn to weave. More than 15 years later, the Abaharaniriterambere Cooperative has 26 women and 2 men creating functional household items from banana tree leaves and stalks.

Azizi Life, partner of Jesus' Economy, represents over 400 artisans from 25 independent artisan groups (co-ops) like Abaharaniriterambere Cooperative. This is the story of online commerce empowering artisans to overcome poverty.

Banana Leaf Nesting Tray Set by Abaharaniriterambere

 

Be Part of a Better Story for Rwanda Artists

It is difficult to overstate how much gifts from an online Fair Trade Shop, like JesusEconomy.org, changes the lives of impoverished artisans. When you gift handmade products from JesusEconomy.org, you're part of a better story for impoverished families.

Gift Handmade Crafts from Rwanda 

 

Let Your Holiday Shopping Tell a Story

Every gift from JesusEconomy.org comes with a story to share ... of lives being transformed through craftculture, and a new type of commerce

Be part of the story of artisans defeating poverty. Let your holiday shopping tell a story. #GiftingStories

Gift a Better Story

This holiday season, we're celebrating stories of artisans overcoming poverty by sharing their culture. #GiftingStories

#GiftingStories — Cultural Traditions Gift Life Transformation

 Cross Trade, a partner of Jesus' Economy, is focused on helping Brazilian artisans by enhancing their livelihoods and providing hope. 

When you gift products from Brazil on JesusEconomy.org, you gift the tradition of a unique skill. This unique skill is weaving golden grass, a protected resource that when raw, cannot be exported. Only the finished products can leave Brazil. Artisans have been weaving golden grass for generations. The only way to share in this wonderful cultural craft is to either visit the Tocantins region or purchase a golden grass product. And this Christmas, you can gift a golden grass product.

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A Village Being Transformed Through the Gift of Culture

Cross Trade, a partner of Jesus' Economy, works with artisans in Brazil by helping them to build their golden grass businesses with fair trade wages. Most of the artisans are women who have started their own weaving business after learning the skill during their youth.

Cross Trade also offers the artisans interest-free loans. This enables them to buy needed equipment and supplies without going into burdensome debt. Such access to commerce opportunities is important for anyone, but especially in extremely impoverished communities. And since Cross Trade offers the artisans' products to the global marketplace through JesusEconomy.org, paying back the loans is faster than if they were just selling within their community.

A Few Of Our Favorite Things From Brazil ...

Earrings from Brazil: Spiral Drop Golden Grass

Honestly, I love these spiral drop earrings made out of Golden Grass. They're so beautiful and shine in a way that makes you want to reach out and touch the earrings. These are the perfect earrings to pair with that gorgeous Christmas dress you bought to wear to the company party or even just for Christmas Sunday. And when people ask where you got them, you can tell them the hope you provided for artisans this season.

Baskets from Brazil: Aguarde Oval Basket with Lid

These Golden Grass baskets, which come in various sizes (and can nest!), are perfect for storing jewelry, keys, candy, sewing supplies, you name it! Plus, they're that wondrous golden color that works with any season. For Christmas, tie a red ribbon on the lid to make it festive. 

Bracelets from Brazil: Solta Golden Grass Bangle in Red

 

Yes, it's another jewelry piece. But, Golden Grass as jewelry is just stunning. And with the pops of red, this piece can be added to any Christmas outfit. What's also awesome about Golden Grass jewelry is that it's perfect for people with metal-sensitive skin.

Trivets from Brazil: Padrao Golden Grass

 

Trivets are a kitchen staple, especially during the holidays when it seems there's a million hot dishes coming out of the oven. This Golden Grass trivet comes in two different sizes and in a unique design. No one else on the block, or your state for that matter, will have one like it. That is unless you decide to buy one for yourself and gift one too. 

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Let Your Holiday Shopping Tell a Story

Every gift from JesusEconomy.org comes with a story to share ... of lives being transformed through craftculture, and a new type of commerce

Be part of the story of artisans preserving their culture. Let your holiday shopping tell a story. #GiftingStories

Gift a Better Story

This holiday season, we're celebrating stories of artisans overcoming poverty through their craft. #GiftingStories

#GiftingStories — The Story of Traditional Artisans in Brazil

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For many families living in impoverished areas of Brazil, there is little hope of ever overcoming poverty. But several jewelry and basket weavers refused to live the story of poverty. Here's how they defeated poverty by preserving a cultural craft passed down for generations.

Traditional Craft Preserved to Defeat Poverty

The indigenous people of Brazil have been crafting goods from golden grass for hundreds of years because of its durable, flexible, and lightweight nature. But despite golden grass being protected in Brazil—making it so that only a select few can harvest it as part of their traditional craft—it is hard to make a living selling this craft in Brazil since other people in the communities are equally impoverished.

When Cross Trade, a partner organization of Jesus' Economy, first met Silvania (pictured above with her children), she was creating beautiful woven items but selling them in exchange for only a bag of rice to feed her family. Cross Trade invested in Silvania's work and payed her double the rates she used to make.

When you gift the Golden Grass Cesta Trança Basket, you help Silvania lift herself and her family out of poverty. The same is true for other artisans from Brazil.

Golden Grass Cesta Trança Basket from Brazil 

Gorgeous, Golden Grass Jewelry Creates Jobs

For other indigenous artisans in Brazil, crafting jewelry out of golden grass has transformed their lives.

For jewelry artist Erlane (pictured above with his children), his entire life has been changed through the commerce opportunity of partnering with Cross Trade. Erlane is now able to provide a sustainable income for his family, offering his children a better life story.

Earrings by Erlane: Golden Grass Ropa

Joelma (pictured above with her sister) also has found hope through crafting beautiful golden grass jewelry. Through her partnership with Cross Trade, and subsequently selling products on JesusEconomy.org, she is beginning the journey of lifting herself and those around her out of poverty through economic opportunity and empowerment. 

Bracelet by Joelma: Segmento Golden Grass

Be Part of a Better Story for Brazilian Artisans

It is difficult to overstate how much gifts from an online Fair Trade Shop, like JesusEconomy.org, changes the lives of impoverished artisans. When you gift handmade products from JesusEconomy.org, you're part of a better story for impoverished families.

Gift Handmade Crafts from Brazil 

 

Let Your Holiday Shopping Tell a Story

Every gift from JesusEconomy.org comes with a story to share ... of lives being transformed through craftculture, and a new type of commerce

Be part of the story of artisans defeating poverty. Let your holiday shopping tell a story. #GiftingStories

Gift a Better Story

This holiday season, we're celebrating stories of artisans overcoming poverty by sharing their culture. #GiftingStories

#GiftingStories — Cultural Traditions Gift Life Transformation

At the Roof of the World, there's a nonprofit changing the outlook for many artisans living in the Himalayan mountains. Cheppu from Himalaya, a partner of Jesus' Economy, works to exchange culture between people by reflecting ancient Nepali traditions in their products. And living at the Roof of the World, there's no shortage of inspiration to work with.

When you gift products from Nepal on JesusEconomy.org, you help preserve a tradition of weaving and tailoring. Artisans work with their hands, a wooden loom, and a sewing machine—skills which have been passed down for generations.

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A Village Being Transformed Through the Gift of Culture

Cheppu from Himalaya works with artisans in Nepal to provide fair trade wages, good working conditions, and the opportunity to grow a business. This includes micro-credit opportunities for people who desire to grow or launch a business.

Cheppu from Himalaya also gives back to communities in Nepal. One such program involves providing scholarships for young people from elementary to university level; another involves a micro-finance program for female farmers transitioning to organic farming.

They also encourage their artisans to use recycled and sustainable materials whenever possible. And the artisans are given the creative space to draw on the beauty that surrounds them when developing products. 

A Few Of Our Favorite Things From Nepal ...

Ponchos from Nepal: Chili

Doesn't this handmade poncho put you in the spirit of the holidays with it's deep red color and cozy look? It's handmade with a blend of cotton and acrylic that will be sure to last. It can become one of those iconic pieces that gets passed down from generation to generation in your family.

Shrugs from Nepal: Aegean Mixed Sparkle

You can almost see the lakes in the Himalayas in this turquoise shrug. Just imagine an artisan who has seen those lakes and drawn inspiration from their color to create this beautiful handmade piece. It's like soaking up years of beauty and skill in one simple scarf. What will it inspire you to create?

Shawls from Nepal: Moss

We love this shawl because of the warmth it provides and its versatility. Plus the softness of the handwoven fabric will make you want to wear it for days, especially on those cold mornings. It's large enough so that when one of your kids tiptoes downstairs while you're making breakfast, they can cozy up in it with you for a little early morning snuggle time.

Infinity Scarves from Nepal: Poppy

Who doesn't love a quality infinity scarf? I mean come on, it's a stroke of genius. Before the infinity scarf, women were sneakily tying their scarves together but ending up with a huge bulky knot behind their hair. Laxmi is one of the artisans who hand weaves these intricate infinity scarves. And because of Laxmi and Cheppu from Himalaya, this beautiful, quality piece is something you can enjoy without trying to hide a bulky knot.

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Let Your Holiday Shopping Tell a Story

Every gift from JesusEconomy.org comes with a story to share ... of lives being transformed through craftculture, and a new type of commerce

Be part of the story of artisans preserving their culture. Let your holiday shopping tell a story. #GiftingStories

Gift a Better Story

This holiday season, we're celebrating stories of artisans overcoming poverty through their craft. #GiftingStories

#GiftingStories — Laxmi's Story

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For many in the developing world, there is little hope of overcoming poverty. But Laxmi of Nepal refused to live the story of poverty. Here's how Laxmi defeated poverty by preserving a cultural craft of clothing making.

A Life Transformed Through Microcredit and Craft

Laxmi Tara, who is in her 20s, lives in the small village of Tokha on the outskirts of Kathmandu Valley. There are few jobs at the roof of the world in Nepal. But a beautiful tradition of handcrafted clothing has been passed down from generation to generation in Nepal.

Desiring a better story than poverty, Laxmi came to Cheppu from Himalaya, a partner organization of Jesus' Economy, for a microloan to open her own tailoring shop. Seeing an opportunity to both preserve a cultural craft and help a young artisan, Cheppu from Himalaya offered Laxmi a microloan to setup her own tailoring business. That's where Laxmi's life story changed.

Handmade Shrugs from Nepal

 

Gorgeous, Handmade Scarves and Shrugs

Through hard work, Laxi was successful in her local village and was able to repay her microloan. Today, Laxmi Tara, along with other artisans, creates gorgeous fair trade scarves, including handwoven infinity scarves, as well as handmade shrugs.

This holiday season, you can gift a better story, one of artisan craft transforming a life: Purchase one of Laxmi Tara's creations from JesusEconomy.org.

Handmade Scarves from Nepal

 

Let Your Holiday Shopping Tell a Story

Every gift from JesusEconomy.org comes with a story to share ... of lives being transformed through craftculture, and a new type of commerce

Be part of the story of artisans defeating poverty. Let your holiday shopping tell a story. #GiftingStories

Gift a Better Story

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