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About Saving Grace

Buy. Wear. Share. Saving Grace is a product you can feel good about purchasing. When it was laid on my heart to create this jewelry line I wanted everything to come full circle. I wanted to help create jobs all over the world so that way different communities would be less likely to look for other ways of a income. Poverty is one of the main causes of trafficking. People look for ways to support their families and end up looking in all the wrong areas, or end up getting trapped by false promises. I purchase my beads through non-profits that make sure the people and towns they work with are being paid fair and are in good working conditions. I love creating fair-trade pieces for brides and their bridal party to reflect their style and colors. I also do metal stamping that way people can take awareness a step further and where their heart on the jewelry so to speak. I want the jewelry to tell a story of freedom. fair-trade Noun 1.Trade carried on legally. 2.Trade in which fair prices are paid to producers in developing countries Use code LOVEGIVESWAY at checkout on any item not in the category of Love Gives Way to have a portion of the proceeds to go to help LGW.

Why We Joined Love Gives Way

I want to be able to help brides tell a story of freedom with their jewelry. I want to show people that wedding jewelry can be not only beautiful but can make a difference at the same time.

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These are websites, articles, and other items that have featured Saving Grace.

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Join Resolution Hope as they launch the National 13A Campaign to End U.S. Child Trafficking. Saving Grace will be there, as well as many other organizations involved in the fight. Join us as we bring in the new year with hors d’oeuvres and desserts, live worship, and a telecast concert with Matthew West. Be sure to register at $15 in advance. $20 at the door. Also, look for our new Mustard Mission bracelets. 100% of the sale of these are going towards our mission trip to Miraj, India to work with women and children in the red light district.

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