Linen Lumbar Pillow Linen Lumbar Pillow

$40.00 $25.00

Made in India by Daughters of Hope 

Rectangle...

Made in India by Daughters of Hope 

Rectangle measures 24" x 10" 

Made of Cotton

Spot Clean

Insert include

Each of our pillows are handmade in a fair trade factory by women who have been caught in the cycle of economic and social oppression. These products help further our mission of reducing poverty and injustice and bringing these women dignity and freedom.

About Daughters of Hope

Daughters of Hope is a fair trade, freedom business based in South India that provides training and employment to impoverished women. Daughters is not only a safe and healthy work environment, but it also provides family support in many ways through free childcare, free healthy lunches, saving plans, insurances, etc. The visions of Daughters of hope is not only to reduce poverty and injustice but to give dignity and freedom to those who have been caught up in the cycle of economy and social oppression. They have developed an eye for the color combination and have started appreciating the intricacies of designing. We can see their confidence grow as this kind of work has built up their self-esteem.

 

 

Made in India by Daughters of Hope 

Rectangle measures 24" x 10" 

Made of Cotton

Spot Clean

Insert include

Each of our pillows are handmade in a fair trade factory by women who have been caught in the cycle of economic and social oppression. These products help further our mission of reducing poverty and injustice and bringing these women dignity and freedom.

About Daughters of Hope

Daughters of Hope is a fair trade, freedom business based in South India that provides training and employment to impoverished women. Daughters is not only a safe and healthy work environment, but it also provides family support in many ways through free childcare, free healthy lunches, saving plans, insurances, etc. The visions of Daughters of hope is not only to reduce poverty and injustice but to give dignity and freedom to those who have been caught up in the cycle of economy and social oppression. They have developed an eye for the color combination and have started appreciating the intricacies of designing. We can see their confidence grow as this kind of work has built up their self-esteem.