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Love One Another Project is dedicated to loving and empowering the at-risk and vulnerable people of Africa. Founders Carol and Brian Duarte share the gospel and are the hands and feet of Jesus Christ through loving, encouraging and providing resources to children in Uganda and Kenya. In addition to sponsoring the children of these communities, Love One Another Project teaches trades, skills, and business practices to orphans aging out of children’s homes, and provides childbirth kits to mothers who do not have access to hospitals. We are thrilled to share in the Love One Another Project mission by using 10% of our shop profits to sponsor children in need and encourage you to join us in supporting them through direct donations, sponsoring a child, and prayer. Follow along with Carol and Brian's work on their Instagram @LoveOneAnotherProjectOrg.

Love One Another Project

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More Charitable Shops

We believe that our purchases have the power to change lives, both in how we choose to use our purchases and how we choose to use our money. The list of shops below gives a portion of their profits to various charities and we're proud to support them to make the world a better place. We encourage you to read about each one, as each store chooses to give in different ways. Have a charitable shop that you love? Let us know by emailing!

Shops that support children and education

    Shops that support sustainability through entrepreneurship

      Shops that fight against sex trafficking and exploitation

        Stores that support other causes, or various causes throughout the year

        Other charities we love

        • ZOE // Helps teach orphans to help themselves
        • Clothed in Hope // Provides education to Zambian women
        • Celebrate! RVA // Celebrates underprivileged children's birthdays
        • World Help // Meets the physical and spiritual needs of poverty stricken individuals
        • Courage House // Rescues sex trafficking victims