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  • An Experiment in Holding Hope
  • Sue Takamoto
  • beauty in brokennessbroken potteryChristmas Giftsfashionforgoodgive hopeholding hopejewelrysocial enterprise

An Experiment in Holding Hope

I recently went on a short seven-day trip to the U.S. I decided to buy four of the newest Nozomi 'holding hope" necklaces, and look for people who might need them.  The price ($25) and packaging makes them easy to buy, and easy to give.

It wasn't too hard to find people who needed to be reminded of hope!  A friend dealing with a very sick husband; another friend who shared about her own hope deferred; my flight attendant on the way home who went out of her way to help me. I have the last one in my bag right now, waiting for the next person I meet who needs hope.

Who do you know who needs hope? Multiply your investment! In addition to helping sustain our Nozomi team, we are donating $2 from each necklace to stopping human trafficking in Japan.  

Let's work together to give hope - it's contagious!  Find our Nozomi necklaces here

 

  • Sue Takamoto
  • beauty in brokennessbroken potteryChristmas Giftsfashionforgoodgive hopeholding hopejewelrysocial enterprise

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