by: 2nd Story Goods
Make a fair trade statement! Every earring is one of a kind—made from hand-hammered recycled aluminum. Your purchase supports a cooperative of artisans in Haiti, and the betterment of other developing world communities. When you wear these earrings, you will have a story to tell of the lives you helped change.
Mafi, her husband Jackyby, and their four children, live in a village called Jubilee, just outside of Gonaives, Haiti. Mafi leads an artisan guild of jewelry makers via 2nd Story Goods, a local non-profit. Mafi's dream is to grow as a business woman so that she and her team of entrepreneurs can provide for their families. The aluminum used in these earrings is hand hammered by Joseu and his team, who also create the Aluminum Cuff Bracelets.
Unique and handmade earrings.
Gorgeous teardrop shape.
Creates jobs in Haiti, for people from extreme poverty situations.
A Fair Trade product.
Part of Jesus' Economy's shopping model, benefiting developing world communities.
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