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Giveaways to raise awareness of modern day slavery

Did you know there are more slaves today than there were before the Civil War? And that the trafficking of humans is one of the most luctrative forms of crime worldwide, behind only drugs and weapons? And that some researchers think it is quickly passing weapons for the number two spot? This is what Tiggy’s House aims to fight by…

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Fall Arts and Crafts Festival in Lawrence

If you’re going to be at the Fall Arts and Crafts Festival in Lawrence, KS this weekend, come out and visit our booth! We would love to visit with you. Everything in our Etsy shop will be there as well as a few other items. And as always, all profits will be donated to Tiggy’s House! My husband has already…

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Giveaway to celebrate the opening of our new shop!

So, I’ve opened an Etsy shop featuring handmade hemp jewelry by yours truly and beautiful Swarovski crystal bracelets by my mom. And like most things around here these days, 100% of our profits will be donated to Tiggy’s House, a children’s home in Nepal to help fight child poverty and sex-trafficking. To help kick off our grand opening, we are…

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A Success Story, Part II: A Primer on Usborne Books and More

Jennifer has generously offered to donate half of her Usborne book commissions to Tiggy’s House, even while saving for her own adoption. Here, she follows up her personal story with an introduction to Usborne Books. Who is Usborne? Usborne Publishing was founded in the 1973 by a man named Peter Usborne in England. The company started by creating colorful and…

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A Success Story, Part I

Special thanks to Jennifer for sharing her story in this guest post. I am truly humbled that her family has generously offered to contribute half of her Usborne commissions to Tiggy’s House even while saving for her own adoption. I was nineteen and I was looking at the doctor with complete belief. You see, I knew. I knew that night…

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