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Just try not to smile while watching all of this joyful dancing! Happy Saturday Smiles! 😁
(Kakira CarePoint | Uganda)

Income-generating activities (IGAs) are part of sustainable initiatives to teach occupational skills to individuals in a community. These projects give participants confidence, a sense of achievement, and greater control over their futures. [ Photo of aluminum saucepan making in Bukedea, Uganda. ]

A physician once said, "The best medicine for humans is love." Someone asked, "What if it doesn't work?" He smiled and said, "Increase the dose." Completely in love with this man!
#Give #love #always #kindnessrocks #kind #compassion #friendsforlife #forever21 lol #dosafactory #michael #coco #heArtist #heartconnection #lovers #curlyhairdontcare #bigsmiles #restoredignity #humans on that #spiritvibes 🌿💙🙏🏾

We can't wait to release our Spring/Summer 2018 Collection!! Here's a little sneak peek...and if you're in the #yyc area you can get the first look at the new collection at this year's Spring Bling!! Save the date - March 8!
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Visit www.safoundation.com for more info about this event and to get your tickets!
.Each bead strung, every stitch sewn, is one more step from a life of slavery. Your purchase invests in Freedom!
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#yycevents #springbling #beaglobalwonder #jewelsforacause #morethanjewelry #morethantextiles #investinfreedom #GlobalWonders #SAFoundation #beachampionforfreedom #fashion #womensfashion #fashionshow #fighthumantrafficking #endslavery #restoredignity #providinghope

The statistics are almost desensitizing. 27 million people enslaved (and counting) today. But each one of them has a name. We all do. Names/titles mean a lot to us. My legal name is Madison, but I have other names, like sister, friend, chaplin, cousin, co-worker, roommate, etc. Those who are enslaved have names/titles too. But sometimes are given different names. The trafficker may change their legal name or their identity. They are called horrid names too, like ‘slut’ ‘whore’ ‘worthless’ and many others which I won’t say. A name is a sense of dignity and they are stripped of it.
Today, on Shine a Light on Slavery day, we draw a red X on our hands to bring awareness to slavery.
But my friends, I ask, why not do more? ❌ #enditmovement #27hasaname #restoredignity

When Jessica* and her twin sister were young, their mother had to leave them alone in their home so she could go to work. One day, when Jessica was 6, her mother went out to work and never came back. When a neighbor realized their situation, they took Jessica and her sister to the police station and they eventually came to the My Special Treasure CarePoint.

Jessica is now a teenager with big ambitions for her future. Despite what happened to her in her childhood, she has been brave and competitive in her personal development. She is very thankful for the education she has at the CarePoint and is also very happy to be with her sister, whom she loves very much.

Jessica says, "Hi dear friends, I want to take the opportunity to send you greetings, wishing success on what you do. I also want to thank you for the support and prayers for me. I wish with all my heart that God's love never leaves you and he can bless your lives. Your friend, Jessica." *name changed to protect child's identity

Volunteers Peter and Emma cutting up a mess of rutabagas for lunch! Peter is a long time volunteer and Emma is a @bostoncollege student who has been coming for over a year.

Today is World Day of Social Justice!

Our blog highlights three ways that we promote social justice around the globe, and how YOU can get involved!

Have you got your tickets for this year's Spring Bling #yyc ?? We are so excited about this year's event, and the unveiling of our NEW Collection - be the first to see our Spring/Summer 2018 Collection designed and made by survivors of Human Trafficking & sexual exploitation. Come on over and enjoy a fun night in support of the restorative work the SA Foundation does! We can't wait to see you there!
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Visit www.safoundation.com for more info about this event and to get your tickets!
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#yycevents #springbling #beaglobalwonder #jewelsforacause #morethanjewelry #morethantextiles #investinfreedom #GlobalWonders #SAFoundation #beachampionforfreedom #fashion #womensfashion #fashionshow #fighthumantrafficking #endslavery #restoredignity #providinghope

We received a beautiful donation of fruit from @lovinspoonfuls. Thank you so much for supporting our mission of providing healthy meals for our guests!

This is the smile of someone who won the gold medal in Judo! In January, Artom, Ksyusha, (who both live at one of the orphanages we partner with) and their coach, Oleg, went to Finland to participate in judo competition among special needs athletes. They both won gold medals. We are very proud of them! #saturdaysmiles

Thank you to our volunteers from @capitalone for helping out on Fat Tuesday!

Dear sponsors, your support is making a difference. “To our beloved sponsors, I am so grateful and give glory to God for you. My son was discovered to be with cancer in 2016. When I got the news, I first thought about how I would afford the treatment. But I thank God that I have my son because of your support. He is recovering because of the medical support you provide.
In the recent ultra scan, the cancer has cleared, except for a spot on his liver. He is receiving medication for that as well and the doctors say that it should be healing completely.
What can I ever give back to you, but to pray to God to grant you all your hearts' desires? May the almighty God richly bless you with long life and many countless blessings!!!“- Deborah, mother (Katuba CarePoint | Uganda)

Today we want to give a shout out to a a young woman who is an amazing example to the children we serve in Swaziland of pursuing and working toward dreams.

When we talk about "succeed," Nombulelo is a vibrant role model to the community. She began her leadership by serving at the Ekudzeni CarePoint for a couple years. She was then recruited to be part of the administration crew at the Adventures In Missions/ HopeChest offices. Later she became the supervisor for the Swaziland Leadership Academy (SLA) students. She recently was hired for a job in one of the prominent companies in Swaziland, as she is also perusing her degree in accounting from the University of Swaziland.

Such a story is an inspiration to the children. Many see Nombulelo's hard work and success and are hoping to achieve their own dreams.

HAPPY💗V A L E N T I N E’ S💗DAY

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