Greeting Cards from Haiti: Mother's Day

by: Woven Grace

Category: Art, Greeting Cards

Handmade Mother's Day Cards from Northern Haiti

These lovely cards are the perfect package for your warm sentiments for mom. The interior is left blank, so you can write the endearing words of your choice. Each card is unique and handmade by a teenage girl living in extreme poverty in northern Haiti, who is raising support for her education and a better future. Help a young girl reach her dreams. Pick up your fair trade greeting cards today!   

The Story Behind the Product

The teen girl card making group of Terrier Rouge, a small farming community in northern Haiti, are saving for education and pursuing their dreams through their partnership with Woven Grace (a partner organization of Jesus' Economy). Girls from Terrier Rouge have no way to make money, which is necessary to pay for their education, let alone their food, clothing, and shelter. Their parents have equally little opportunity to earn enough wages to advance these girls in their education. In fact, the nearest wage-earning jobs are over an hour away. That's not an option for a community with no means of steady transportation. Now, with the money they make selling cards and through their partnership with Woven Grace, these ladies can attend a school where they are given three meals a day, education through high school level, and a chance at a better future. Support their work. Pick up your fair trade greeting cards today!

Product Details

Dimensions and Qualities
  • Comes individually wrapped with envelope
  • Features sturdy cardstock
  • Design is made from fabric scraps
  • Dimensions: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"
  • Interior Message: blank
  • Comes with artisan story
Origins and Guarantee
  • Made in Haiti
  • Created by artisans via Woven Grace
  • Ships from the U.S.
  • 100% money back guarantee, for up to 90 days

Fair Trade Product Features

Supports education costs for young girls living in poverty.

All handmade designs.

Creates income in rural, northern Haiti.

Part of the Jesus' Economy shopping model, benefiting developing world communities.

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