Threads of Hope

Strings Attached Ministries is proud to partner with Threads of Hope, Inc.  Threads of Hope assists the economically oppressed in under-developed countries to establish home enterprises that will provide an income, through the development of products that can be sold world-wide. Funds generated through sales and donations will primarily be used to help meet the physical, educational and spiritual needs of the communities where the products are made.

Threads of Hope is now the provider of friendship bracelets that we sell at our events.  They are so beautiful and it is such a joy to know that our sales are going back to provide for these people.

Purchasing a bracelet from Strings Attached helps fund both our cause and the mission of Threads of Hope.  Bracelets are $2 plus shipping (if you order 10 or more shipping is free!) The bracelets come in assorted colors and styles.  Fill out the form below to order. Any orders will be a random selection of styles and colors, however, if you will let us know your color preference we will do the best we can.

If you are interested in using them for your own fundraiser (they make great mission trip/kids camp fundraisers) you can find out more here or contact Alex Kuhlow at .  Below is a video that tells you more about Threads of Hope.

8 thoughts on “Threads of Hope

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  5. We recently had a ministry called Threads of Blessings visit us at our ladies Society. They are very similar to threads of hope, They also brought many items for sale and I purchased an embroidered picture of a family’s farm. The girl that did the picture is 12 years and walked 12 miles to come to the facility to make this picture for the first time. The money goes to her school tuition . The workmanship is exceptional. I cant tell you how precious the picture is to me and how it reminds me of the world we live in today and how others families survive. Our society continues to donate to this ministry.Everyone looks forward to their yearly visits and the merchandise they have to sell,

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