We believe that everyone has a purpose and everyone deserves to be loved. Our mission is to provide unique, quality products while engaging the consumer in the awareness of human trafficking. Profits from purchases are used to help in the rescue and rehabilitation for women who have fallen victim to labor and sex trafficking. Our organization will provide these women new opportunities by which to live and start a new life away from the misfortunes they had to endure. Our group is built on the desire to dream, hope, and inspire. We also strive to instill positive esteem building, which lets them know how much meaning their lives have.
Feathers for Hope was conceived and established while the founder was away on a five month mission trip in Ecuador. The vision is to design and create quality products that have a purpose and will lead to a metamorphosis within the communities afflicted by such tragedies.
The most important thing that we want to convey to these women is that they are loved, and not looked down upon because of circumstances that led them to this lifestyle. Our greatest commission is to cast out any hopelessness with love, joy, and fullness of heart. Every purchase helps our team realize this commission.
We thank you so much for your support and helping us make a difference for women through purchase of any of our product designs.
You see what you want, dream what you want. You are free to do whatever you put your mind to. These are the ideals by which Feathers for Hope developed its name. The origin of our company name holds deep meaning with our mission and the difference we are trying to make. What is a feather but a symbol for ascension and a spiritual evolution into a higher plane. The feather is believed to be the embodiment of faith and contemplation. Feathers also represent traveling and the ability to move freely in life. It is the incorporation of these ideals that we, at Feathers for Hope, are striving to give these women: the ability to ascend and move away from all that holds them back, in order to give them the life that was intended for them to live.
“We can't help everyone, but everyone can help someone.”
― Ronald Reagan