5 Reasons you don’t want to miss the Rethreaded Mother’s Day event May 04 2015, 0 Comments

1. Help break the cycle of the sex trade simply by attending! 

Your ticket purchase contributes to providing jobs to Rethreaded’s hardworking employees. Purchase tickets for the May 9th Mother's Day event here.

2. Delicious lunch provided by Carla’s Tidbits & MotionSweets.

We want the best for you this Mother’s Day! Each guest will enjoy Carla’s Tidbits incredible chicken salad on croissant rolls. Along with lunch our friends at MotionSweets will be providing their delicious macrons! 
    3.Mother-Daughter Photo shoot

    Relax and enjoy having a few professional photos taken by Hannah Joy Photography. This opportunity is included for all mothers and daughters in attendance to document the special times shared. 

    4.Charm your favorite Rethreaded Product.

    Whether you currently own one of our popular up-cycled t-shirt accessories or plan to purchase one at the event, we will be glad to charm it up. A variety of charms will be exclusively available at this event to personalize your favorite Rethreaded product. 

    5. Matching "Sewing a New Story" Totes.

    These adorable matching market totes will be given out to each guest.  Screen printed with Rethreaded's "sewing a new story"  tagline. All moms and daughters in attendance will leave with a tote to help continue sharing Rethreaded's mission.  


    We hope you can join us for this memorable Mother's Day outing in the name of freedom. If you haven't already click here to reserve your spots for you and your daughter(s)! 





    What you missed: recap of Mukti 2015 February 18 2015, 0 Comments

    This past Saturday, we held our 4th annual Mukti Celebration Fundraiser. With nearly 300 attendees, we’d have to say this year’s Mukti was the most successful yet. Couldn’t make it out? Here’s what you missed:

    The night began with opening sentiments from Carl Smith and Paige Kelton, followed by celebrity poetry readings from Delores Barr Weaver, Melissa Ross, Alan Verlander, and Sean Yost.


    Accompanied with music from the Crescendo Amelia Big Band, the celebration continued with a “Passport to the World” dining experience catered by Conscious Eats, and delicious baked goods supplied by Motion Sweets, Kreasions, GuanaBana and Simply Southern Eatery. 

     After a thought-provoking speech given by our very own Kristin Keen, we were blown away by the story of a current Rethreaded employee, who’s a survivor of sex trafficking. Stories such as hers remind us why our mission is so important: we’re not only transforming lives, we’re giving people the hope and freedom they need to transform their own.



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