Shop & Give
There are now several ways you can give to Street’s Hope while you shop!
Do you love online shopping? Do you already shop on Amazon.com? Through purchasing eligible items on Amazon Smile you can now send some of your proceeds to Street’s Hope!
Here’s how it works:
Go to this link or go to www.smile.amazon.com and designate Street’s Hope as your charity. Do your online shopping and Amazon will donate .05% of all eligible items (nearly all items are eligible and there is no cap to how much Amazon will donate) from each purchase. Every dollar counts for Street’s Hope! For more details about the Amazon Smile program go here: http://smile.amazon.com/about.
Thank you and happy shopping!
Did you know you can support Street’s Hope while shopping for children and maternity clothing? Kid to Kid “the best in kids’ resale (and maternity too!)” is going bagless. When you opt to go bagless at checkout, Kid to Kid will make a donation to Street’s Hope in place of the cost of the bag. They have two locations, one in Aurora and one in Arvada. For more information, check out their website http://kidtokid.com/.
Do you love jewelry and giving to Street’s Hope? Premier Designs Company is a direct sales jewelry company founded in 1985 by a Christian couple, Joan and Andy Horner. Shelly Mills, a Street’s Hope supporter, is a Premier Designs independent jeweler. In her words, “I love to bless hostesses with free jewelry when they host their own jewelry party, and more than that…you are helping me to be the voice for women who are trapped in sex trafficking. You can be apart of that with me.” If you purchase Premier jewelry through Shelly she will donate a portion back to Street’s Hope, so check out her website today!
Scarves for Street’s Hope!
Handwoven Guatemalan scarves provide jobs and prevent trafficking for families in Guatemala, while raising funds to support Street’s Hope. Scarves are small, medium, and large and sell for $15, $20, and $25. If you are interested in purchasing scarves or hosting a scarf party, please contact Sheryl Brickner at 303-979-0342
If you are looking for beautiful jewelry, please consider shopping at the Seven Black Ravens etsy shop HERE! The shop owner, Emily Rome, has been a wonderful volunteer to Street’s Hope and has found a way to give back even more. Shop for items listed under “donation made” and a portion of your purchase will be donated to Street’s Hope!