Their mission is to give these women a sustainable income to provide for themselves and their families.
They also work a lot with anti-trafficking and the goods they sell in their shop helps fund the work the organization does in these developing countries.
"We help women in 12 different countries, selling their product. For many of them, they have a wonderful product and they just need a market place," says Founder, Linda Egle.
If you are interested in what eternal threads is doing, you can visit their open house on the second Saturday of every month.
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