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  • marketplace catalogtwo thousand fifteen

  • Cover photo by Esther Havens for Noonday Collection

  • gather. equip. unleash.

    Our hope is that these offerings create opportunities for conversation, serve as reminders for what God has done, and further equip and unleash your ministries in your places around the world.

    When you shop our store you help grow our ministry to gather, equip, and unleash women to live out their purpose.

    ifgathering.com/shop

    stop by our resources on the main level to see more

  • Before we used to just sleep, eat, read the koran, and wait for a husband. Now, we are business women and it feels great.

    It makes me happy to know that what I make goes to beautiful women around the world to wear. It feels like I have done something with my life and not wasted it.

    I have found a purpose. By what we have made with our hands we are now eating and drinking and there is a future for our kids. If people do not buy what we make, we would have no future.

    I was married at age 14. My husband and I were constantly fighting. After having five girls and no boys (a cultural shame), my husband left me. For six months I cried and prayed.

    My girls had to pull out of school because there was no money. I had no work and didnt know how to read or write. It is impossible for a woman to go out alone, so we just stayed inside

    to be safe. It got so bad that I finally had to go out so I could find work. I searched everywhere.

    My eldest daughter is educated and one of her friends started working at the design studio down the street. She took my daughter along one day and they hired her. Soon after someone from the design studio came to visit me and asked if i would also like to start working. They told us to go to Delhi to source materials, but we were afraid to go out of our home. They went with us at first, but now we have the courage and strength to go alone.

    Work is going well now and we have many orders. We are all happy and eating now, and finding respect in our community. People who doubted us, are now coming to us for work.

    We now have 12 women that we have trained on our own to help us with our work load. We are thankful for the direction our lives have taken, and we want to share that with other women.

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  • empowering women through design

    1. Zia Leaf Earrings :: Gold & Silver ($24)2. Nama Double Teardrop Earrings ($48) 3. Nama Teardrop Cascade Necklace ($92)4. Neha Cuff :: Gold & Silver ($24)

    5. Mayan Print Jute Tote ($58)6. Mayan Print Jute Wristlet ($28)7. Selasse Gold Crescent Chocker ($62)

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  • we employ those who are lookingto transition out of homelessness

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  • My challenges all started about four or five years ago when the recession was in full swing. In my quest for employment,

    I traveled to a few different states: Arizona, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and California.

    Fortunately, a friend of mine told me about a place called Chrysalis.

    At first I was kind of apprehensive because I had already been to a

    ifgathering.com/givingkeys

    few employment agencies that all promised employment, but I was still unemployed and frustrated out of my mind.

    I had nothing to lose, so eventually I decided to give Chrysalis a shot. This was my doorway to The Giving Keys, and for this I am extremely grateful. Today I have a job with people I love, and I work in a highly unusual environment that feels like family.

    It has been a long journey, but I now consider myself very fortunate to have landed at The Giving Keys doorstep. It has had a huge impact on my life.

    Darnell, Engraver for The Giving Keys

    The Giving Keys exists to employ those transitioning out of homelessness to make jewelry out of repurposed keys that get sold and shared around the world.

    Each key is unique and carries a message like HOPE, STRENGTH, DREAM or COURAGE. When the wearer of the key encounters someone else who needs the message on the key, they give it away and then send us the story of their key being paid forward.

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  • 1 Never Ending Necklace ($45)2 Bangle Bracelet ($25)3 The Giving Keys Sweatshirt ($84)

    4 Dainty Pendant ($40)5 Never Ending Bracelet ($38)6 Classic Pendant ($35)

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  • meet mannix - a giving keys engraver in our resources on the main level.

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  • 1 The Able Necklace ($42)2 Tigist Envelope Clutch photo($98)3 Agnes Foldover Crossbody($138)4 Mamuye Tote Bag ($178)

    5 Meseret Scarf ($72) 6 The Able Scarf ($48)8 Frehiwot Scarf ($48)8 Selam Scarf ($36)

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  • The fashionABLE mission is to create sustainable business in Africa, with a focus on vulnerable women and women-led businesses.We believe that thesolutions to ending poverty lie increating economic opportunityand that lastingchange happens when we move beyond charity and focus on providing jobs that promote dignity.Every fashionABLE product is named after one of the heroic women we work with.

    That means every product has a story behind it.The women who so carefully and lovingly weave and craft our items are now ABLE to do something because of your purchase. Like Meselu, who is ABLE to afford to send her kids to school. And Irene, who is ABLE to have confidence. And Tigist, who is ABLE to dream of her future again.

    Who makes your stuff matters. How its made matters. Join us and #livefashionABLE.

    ifgathering.com/fashionableuse discount code at checkout

    unleash

    creating sustainable business in africa

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  • 1 Small Photo Books ($20) 2 Notebooks (from $19)3 Save The Date Cards (from $1.45)4 2015 Agenda ($22)

    5 Kids Coloring Book ($22)6 Large Photo Books ($30)7 Notecards (from $25)

    pretty. simple.

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  • The May Designs brand was started when logo designer, Mica May, couldnt find the perfect notebook.

    A graphic designer by trade, she designed a few that were just the right size and were a little more fashion forward than anything she could find.

    After a few months of carrying them around, people took notice and wanted to buy them, so she designed and launched a selling her first retail product: May Books.

    In the past six years, she has grown the company beyond notebooks into stationery, greeting cards and a brand new line of photo books. May Designs prides itself in making every aspect of their paper design goods fully customizable - including fonts, cover patterns and inside page designs. The notebooks and photo books feature

    sewn binding and canvas covers, which makes them extra durable.

    The heart of behind each product is allowing customers to create something that makes every day life a little more beautiful. Their goal to empower everyone to be creative and have fun while building something completely unique to them that lets their personality shine through.

    May Designs recently relocated their design studio to Austin, TX and their team has grown to a staff of ten.As a wife and mother of three toddlers, Mica is always striving to find the perfect balance between running a business and being a mom. One seamless way shes been able to blend the two is with the Rise School Art Collection of notebooks. Partial proceeds benefit her son Jacksons school, who has Down syndrome.

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  • 1 Vintage Gold Lalibella Loafer ($109.99)2 Caramel Nomad Booties ($129.99)4 Black Chiffon Sandals ($59.99)3 Sseko Sandal Club :: T-Straps ($129.99)

    5 Ombre Scarf :: Grey ($34.99) 6 Caramel Wallet ($39.99)7 Safari Leather Bucket Bag ($129.99)8 Sole Sister Bangle Set ($49.99)

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  • Sseko Designs uses fashion to provide employment and scholarship opportunities to women pursuing their dreams and overcoming poverty--women like Stella, Sophia and Sharon. These women will not make sandals forever.

    They will go on to become doctors, lawyers, politicians, writers, and teachers who will bring change to their country and our world.

    These bright young women work with Sseko during the nine-month break between high school and university to produce our line of stunning, handcrafted goods from materials sourced locally in East Africa.

    During this time, we require her to save fifty percent of her salary each month for university. At the end of those nine months, Sseko will match

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    using fashion to empower women

    her savings with a 100% university scholarship. We believe that every woman has a dream. When she is given the opportunity to pursue those dreams, we are collectively walking towards a brighter and more just and beautiful world.

    In addition to our work in Uganda, we design and source ethically made products from all over East Africa. We believe that good business can be an incredibly powerful force for positive social change.

    Sseko products are all made in Africa and create jobs, empower artisans and help end the cycle of poverty by building healthy economies and allow us to reinvest profits back into our programs in Uganda.

    As we like to say, every Sseko has a story.

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    1 Taj Earrings ($30)2 La Noche Bracelet ($42)3 Jennie Beach Bag ($28)4 Threaded Charm Necklace ($52)

    5 Serengeti Necklace ($58)6 Metallic Pearls Earrings ($34)7 Jen Fierce Clutch ($36)8 Justice Journal ($16)

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    shop. style. share. advocate.

    Style your friends, change the world. In 2014, Noonday Collection and International Justice