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  • Journey of Hope Earrings
  • Journey of Hope Earrings
Forai

Journey of Hope Earrings

$30.00

These dainty, waterproof 14k gold filled huggie earrings with hand-hammered detail reflect the courageous journey of hope made every Forai artisan. Gives the appearance of wearing two tiny hoops while only requiring a single piercing. Fully waterproof and comfortable enough to sleep in--destined to become your everyday favorites! 14k gold filled 3/8" by 2/16"

SUSTAINABILITY AND VALUES: Women-founded and run brand. Designed by an all-female team in St. Louis, MO.

14k Gold Filled wire sustainably-sourced in Albuquerque, NM. Hand-crafted by fairly paid, resettled refugee and immigrant women in St. Louis, MO.

Fairly and ethically handmade by refugee artisans in St. Louis. Every purchase empowers vulnerable women with job skills, home-based income generation, and an opportunity to thrive in a community. Our unique, small-batch designs are timeless – from hand-hammered classics to feminine teardrop gemstones – and reflect the resilience and courage of our artisans. We offer delicate, minimalist, effortless favorites that elevate any outfit. Every piece is crafted from the highest quality, sustainably-sourced materials for those who make intentional choices for the jewelry they wear.

Founded by Jen Owens in 2009, Forai (Friends of Refugees and Immigrants) has been a source of hope for refugee and immigrant women who face significant barriers to employment and struggle to flourish in their new homes. Our mission is to empower them with a fair wage, mentorship, and the opportunity to learn marketable skills as they create the highest quality jewelry, baby clothing, textiles, and other accessories. 100% of purchases are invested in this mission. Forai focuses on three things: dignity, empowerment, and community. Together, we are changing their present and the future for their children.

Hope is a beautiful thing! Refugee-Made, Women-Owned, Small Business, Small Batch, Made in the USA, Fair Made/Fair Paid, Ethical Fashion, Social Enterprise