Let's not see this great mission disappear!!
The Thai Tribal Crafts Fair Trade organization has used all their reserve funds because of COVID-19. They are in desperate need of emergency funding to get through the continued COVID-19 crisis in 2021.
This outstanding social enterprise for women, was created by American Baptist Women Missionaries in 1973! Become a new "Friends of Thai Tribal Crafts Fair Trade," by supporting:
Emergency Funding - to immediately continue business operations for Thai Tribal Crafts Fair Trade hill tribe staff, and its ~50 women artisan weaver producers and ~30 seamstress finishers to sustain this women’s collective community through this crisis!
Thai Tribal Crafts Fair Trade's roots go back to the 1960's, when American Baptist Women Missionaries wanted to provide hill tribe women and their families with income opportunities from traditional artisan weavings, while preserving the unique cultural weaving heritage.
American Baptist Women Missionaries dedicated their lives to support hill tribe women's financial independence and economic sustainability in Northern Thailand.
In 2002, Thai Tribal Crafts Fair Trade became a certified member of the World Fair Trade Organization, and follows the 10 Principles of Fair Trade: