2013 Fall Farmers Markets

We are pleased to announce the following Farmers Market locations where we will Feature our Thank You | God Bless line of Products. (Inspirational T-Shirts, African Baskets, Nepalese Shoulder Bags)

CENTRAL PHOENIX FARMERS MARKET:
Every Saturday: 8am – 12Noon
(Central & Fillmore)
Downtown Phoenix, Arizona

TEMPE FARMERS MARKET:
Every Saturday: 8am – 12Noon
(Warner & McClintock)

PEORIA FARMERS MARKET AT PARK WEST:
Every Saturday 9am-2pm (Sep 15th-April 27th)
9744 West Northern Avenue
Peoria, AZ 85345

 

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Thank You God Bless: Free Shirt Giveaway

Thank You to Everyone who continues to support our company. With your support, we are able to be a blessing to others in different parts of the world by also selling their products. We now sell Baskets from Ghana, Kenya and South Africa. We also sell Handbags from Nepal.

Here is some footage from our Fashion Show in September at the Fashion 4 a Cause Fashion Show in Phoenix Arizona.

Enter Your Name & Email information to WIN a Free Shirt, We will do a drawing every 50 New Supporters, so Help us Spread the Word and Sign up

Mama Hope in Kenya

Mama Hope in Kenya

The story began in 2006 when Nyla Rodgers suffered the sudden loss of her mother to cancer. As an only child raised by a single mom, it was like losing her entire family all at once. A few months later she happened to be in Kenya working for the UN and decided to look up a young man her mother had sponsored there named Benard Olando. She met Benard in Kisumu and, along with him, hundreds of women whose parents had died of AIDS whom her mom had also helped. They welcomed her in an unexpected and overwhelmingly moving celebration. Nyla describes that it was that day that her work found her … and Mama Hope was born.

Being Kind: The Music Video That Circled The World

Being Kind: The Music Video That Circled The World

The 21-Day Kindness Challenge launched on September 11th. 98 countries. 6000 people. And a collective tidal wave of good that inspired many — including young rapper-activist “Nimo” Patel at the Gandhi Ashram in India. Nimo wasted no time channeling that inspiration into an infectious music video. “Being Kind” was created on super short notice by an intercontinental crew of volunteers working out of their living rooms. It features footage from all over the world and heart-melting appearances by the children Nimo works with in the slums. Watch, listen, and prepare to smile big at this lyrical reminder that kindness really is “all we can leave behind.”