(Cross Street: Silverado Trail)
Friday, December 2, 2016 10am-3pm
Saturday, December 3, 2016 10am-3pm
We have wonderful Holiday Gifts each hand created from alpaca and pima cotton: ponchos, sweaters, hats, scarfs, gloves and jewelry.
Each item is honestly sourced ethical fashion.
“Give the gift that gives back” this season and empower a women in an
“at-risk” community because,
“The success of every single woman is the inspiration for another”.
Let Our Hands For Hope make your gift giving easy.
We would also like to thank Katie Rogers for her allowing us to use her beautiful artwork and allowing us to add our text. We are a huge fan of her work and her generosity. See more of Katie’s art here.
Our Hands For Hope takes every opportunity to partner up with 3 Strands Break Free to raise awareness and education to combat trafficking.
Since we work directly with women in “at risk” communities to offer job mentoring, training and opportunities, we look forward to our booth at events like these to showcase our items.
We will have a booth at the Lake Merritt run with great gift items for this holiday season.
Break Free Run proceeds go to educating youth and adults about what to be on the look out for. They go into high schools, colleges, communities, corporations, non-profit and faith-based organizations across the U.S. to increase awareness and prevention efforts.
The next 5k and 10k run is scheduled for November 7th, 2015, in Oakland, California.
Join us for this great event!
Our Hands For Hope is built upon empowering women all over the world in at-risk communities. One cause we are most passionate about is helping the girls and young women who have been rescued from sex trafficking. One organization we have teamed up with this holiday season is a New Day For Children based in California.
A New Day For Children offers safe houses, education, medical and therapeutic help to American young girls ages 10 and up who have been rescued. They also offer mentorship, job placement, and support to furthering their education.
They are currently working on building two new facilities. One for girls from 10-17 and the other 18 and up who don’t have safe homes to return to after rehabilitation.
A portion of all purchases from Our Hands For Hope now until December 31, 2015 will go to
New Day For Children.