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Support Refugees​

There are over 25 million refugees in the world today (according to the UNHCR). The numbers are overwhelming and they do not even begin to convey the struggles of the individual families who are forced to flee from their homes.  (To learn more, or get involved with welcoming refugees in your area, check out World Relief.) Below you can find products handmade by refugees who are working hard to support their families while they learn a new language and culture.  You may not be able to make a difference for 25 million people, but you can make a difference for one.

(NOTES: Prices and availability may change without notice.  If you buy through some of these links, a small amount will come back to help support our mission.)

Renew Project tote. Made in the USA by refugees.

Re:new Project

"Provides employment and community for refugee women who have resettled in the USA." They offer amazing  clutches, bags, baby products and home goods, made in the USA by refugee women, using recycled textiles.

Persona Grata Welcome Refugees Mug for World Refugee Day.

Persona Grata Goods

"Designed to help moms who care about the world make a difference in the lives of other moms!" They offer beautiful accessories and home goods, made in the USA by refugee moms.

Shop With a Mission bracelet handmade by Iraqi refugees in Jordan. Fair Trade.

Shop With a Mission

On a mission “to equip and assist people in developing countries to break the cycle of poverty through their handiwork and creativity." 

They sell beautiful fair trade jewelry and accessories, handmade by Iraqi refugees  living in Jordan.

Mercy House Celebrate Birthday Cake Candle.  Handmade in the USA by Syrian refugees.

Mercy House

"A global marketplace and the beautiful products in this shop are made by women empowered by Mercy House Global." They offer candles, soaps and jewelry, handmade by refugees resettled in the U.S.

Lessons I've Learned from Refugee Moms - Persona Grata Goods blog.

Persona Grata Goods

I also highly recommend reading this inspiring blog post from Persona Grata Goods:

"Lessons I've Learned from Refugee Moms"

Amani Ya Juu Bird of Paradise Pillow. Fair trade.

Amani Ya Juu

The story of Amani began in a refugee camp and today they employ many former refugee women who create their gorgeous fair trade kitchen products, kids toys, decor and accessories, out of local African materials.

The Village Country Store swirl earrings. Fair trade and handmade by tibetan refugees.*refugees*

The Village Country Store

"Fair trade and ethically sourced, sustainable handmade gifts, crafts and home decor from around the globe." They offer fair trade jewelry, handmade by Tibetan refugees who have fled to India. (Get 10% off with the code: ShopWithLeeAnne.)

World Crafts Micah 6:8 banner, fair trade and made by refugee women.


WorldCrafts "develops sustainable, fair-trade businesses among impoverished people around the world." They offer fair trade home decor and accessories, made by refugee women who have resettled in the U.S.

Eternal Threads book about refugees: "Ten Cultures, Twenty Lives." Tells the stories of refugees who have resettled in Abilene, Texas.

Eternal Threads

“'Weaving hope and justice' to improve the lives of women and children who are at risk from extreme poverty and trafficking."  They sell the book, "Ten Cultures, Twenty Lives," which tells the powerful stories of refugees resettling in Abilene, Texas.

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To find yet more brands which are creating both income and hope for refugees, keep scrolling down.

Vickery Trading Co. Manoa Girl's Dress. Made in the USA by refugees.

Vickery Trading Co.

"Provides employment and community for refugee women who have resettled in the USA."  Shop their beautiful kids clothes and adult lounge pants, made in the USA.

Bought Beautifully Sisterhood soap. Handmade by refugees in Iraq.

Bought Beautifully

“Purchase a product--transform a life.” They offer soaps, bags and bangles, handmade by refugees who have flown their home countries.​

Hands Producing Hope Linen Scrunchie with Bowtie.  Made by local refugees.

Hands Producing Hope

Works to provide “the economic, educational, and spiritual resources necessary to empower remote communities to rise above poverty." They sell accessories and candles made by local refugees.

5 Ways Moms Can Be Involved With Refugees - Persona Grata Goods blog.

Persona Grata Goods

If you are like me with small children at home, yet want to get involved in supporting refugees, read this awesome blog post from Persona Grata Goods:

"5 Ways Moms Can Help Refugees"


Check out these awesome brands which are also making a difference in the lives of refugees:



(Woven products made by African refugee women in Israel.)


(Jewelry, accessories, home decor and clothing for women, children and babies, made by refugee artisans.)

Prosperity Candle

(Beautiful candles made by refugees in the U.S.)

Bag Pop

(Handbags made by refugee women in Dallas, TX which also give back.)


(Adorable fair trade, organic stuffed animals made by Syrian refugee moms in Turkey.)

Preemptive Love Coalition

(Candles, soaps and knitted goods, handmade by refugees.)

Treetops Collective

(Organic baby apparel, t-shirts, and home decor which are building community for refugees)

Shop to Support Refugees in Honor of World Refugee Day

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