Leather Accessories Case Leather Accessories Case

$35.00

This leather case will make sure...

This leather case will make sure that your shades or glasses don't get scratched up in your bag, will hold your favorite pencils and pens, and make the perfect catch all for all the odds + ends in the bottom of your bag.  Made from full grain leather, this handmade accessory speaks to classic style.

100% genuine leather
Leather Wrap Closure
Measures 3“H x 7“W
Handcrafted in Haiti

This is a handmade leather item, and by nature, there are variations in color and markings, adding to the unique character of each product.  All finishes are high quality. 

 

About Mission Lazarus:

After 10 years of developing a sustainable leadership model in Honduras, Mission Lazarus expanded its reach to Haiti in 2012, and has been recognized by the Honduran government as a model NGO since 2013.

Today, Mission Lazarus has built and currently operates two private academies as well as two vocational schools, three medical clinics, and four children’s homes. Additionally, its efforts to support local church members by creating jobs and new industry in economically barren communities enjoyed such success that in 2018, Lazarus Group, a for-profit spin off, was created to manage these profits and ensure that the revenue continues to support its non-profit activities.

This leather case will make sure that your shades or glasses don't get scratched up in your bag, will hold your favorite pencils and pens, and make the perfect catch all for all the odds + ends in the bottom of your bag.  Made from full grain leather, this handmade accessory speaks to classic style.

100% genuine leather
Leather Wrap Closure
Measures 3“H x 7“W
Handcrafted in Haiti

This is a handmade leather item, and by nature, there are variations in color and markings, adding to the unique character of each product.  All finishes are high quality. 

 

About Mission Lazarus:

After 10 years of developing a sustainable leadership model in Honduras, Mission Lazarus expanded its reach to Haiti in 2012, and has been recognized by the Honduran government as a model NGO since 2013.

Today, Mission Lazarus has built and currently operates two private academies as well as two vocational schools, three medical clinics, and four children’s homes. Additionally, its efforts to support local church members by creating jobs and new industry in economically barren communities enjoyed such success that in 2018, Lazarus Group, a for-profit spin off, was created to manage these profits and ensure that the revenue continues to support its non-profit activities.