Teacher Gift Guide

Needless to say, but teachers are the best! Can you imagine the amount of patience they have to look after your little ones? Spread the joy of the season with these meaningful and great gifts! (In-store only)

A. Soy Candle

Stress is probably just the tip of the iceberg for teacher life. Give them an opportunity to wind down! These candles are made from our freedom partner, Thistle Farms, in Nashville, TN. We have two scents, Lavender and Peruvian Palm. Thistle Farms strongly holds the healing power of love in their mission. Just like Rethreaded, Thistle Farms employs women in America affected by sex trafficking. Each purchase you make changes the world.

B. Sari Memo Box

Teachers are writing notes all the time! Get them a beautiful and useful gift that they can jot down all of their important tasks in. These memo boxes are made by our freedom partner, Love Calcutta Arts. Silk Saris are upcycled and transformed into these wonderful keepsakes. After all of the recycled paper is used, your favorite teacher can use this box to store anything from jewelry to pushpins!

C. Threads for Hope Bracelet

We love our Threads for Hope. These bracelets, just like Grace Scarves, come in a variety of colors. What’s awesome about Threads for Hope Bracelets is that each one purchased covers an hour of training for women affected by the sex trade. Hope truly means hope. Share freedom and share our story! 

D. Owl Coaster

They say that the owl represents wisdom! How fitting are these owl coasters? These coasters are formed from mango wood by our freedom partner, Rahab’s Rope. Each set holds 4 coasters.

E. Tassel Key Fob

Key fobs are cute and quick gifts to get for your teacher! Do you know their favorite team? We sell them in team colors too! They are great for luggage and backpacks too. We’ve even seen them rocked on a fanny pack!

F. Chocolate Covered Espresso Beans

We think this gift is pretty self-explanatory. Teachers spend all their days with children, of course they need some caffeine! Our freedom partner, Women’s Bean Project, trains women struck by poverty and prepares them for flourishing careers within the work force. These espresso beans are coated with delicious dark chocolate, you know, the healthy kind.