Doing Good: 147 Million Orphans

147 Million Orphans is a foundation that was created to help children in underprivileged countries have access to food, water and medicine. From 147 Million Orphans, many outreach groups have branched out- one being Hearts2Honduras– a group I worked with personally on my trip to Honduras last summer. While I’m gone and my service trips are front and center on the blog,  I thought I’d offer up another way that you can give back that has a direct impact to something I’ve been a part of in the past.

There are a lot of products you can buy through 147 Million Orphans to benefit the foundation, but the one close to my heart is the handmade Honduran Bracelets. They are made by women in the village of Mount Olivos, one of the places I worked with. Plus, they’re only $4.99!

honduras bracelets

Buy them here

If these aren’t your thing, I’ll forgive you. Here are my next favorite things.

haitiEarrings made in Haiti.

magazine bead necklaceMagazine bead necklaces made by women of the Karamojong tribe.

And of course, if you’re looking for some other places to shop, don’t forget about the previous places mentioned doing good! Falling Whistles, Warby Parker, fashionABLE, & Punjammies

I’ll take one of each, please!
Which of these do you like best?

With Luck