At Loveless, we believe that poverty is the worst form of violence. To that end, we created Loveless Global to support our vision. We partner with causes around the world to help them gain awareness and to allow them to focus on their purpose. Our cause partners are the heartbeat of Loveless and we wouldn’t exist without them. Please join us in supporting them by purchasing a shirt designed and sold by Loveless for the benefit of their great cause.
The LVLS team met Kohl and Stewart at ASR in San Diego last year. We hit it off with these guys immediately and have tried to stay in touch ever since. Their mission: to empower people to rise above poverty is simple and pure…and we LOVE it! The handmade hats that the beautiful women of Northern Uganda knit are second to none. Check them out at www.krochetkids.org to learn more.
In 2006 at a Youth Conference in Orlando we had the pleasure of listening to Chris Clark, COTN’s founder and President, passionately speak about the work COTN is doing in Africa and around the globe. We were deeply touched as their children, one by one, shared the hope that they now had as a result of volunteers committed to their vision: to raise children who transform nations. Join them at www.cotni.org in their pursuit to create lasting change in countries that desperately need it.
We met part of the Thrive team in an Orlando BBQ restaurant in 2008 and immediately wanted to know how we could serve. Their mission is to equip and mobilize indigenous leaders to become strategic, Godly influences in their cultural communities. Their ministry is focused on the Basotho (pronounced “ba-soo-too”) people living throughout Intabazwe and Qwa Qwa, rural township areas surrounding the town of Harrismith, South Africa. Home to over 1 million people, this region has been declared the poorest area of the country: 88% are unemployed and 75% experience chronic hunger. Support them at www.thriveafrica.org.
Jordan and David have been a part of our lives for as long as we can remember. Their journey has taken them all over the world but it is what they have created in their own backyard that makes us smile the most. Home Sweet Homeless is a non-profit organization dedicated to bridging socioeconomic gaps and overcoming human inequalities. Their hope is to build a community that looks not to wealth, riches, power, and fame, but to humility, interdependence, grace, and love. Join the conversation at www.hshomeless.org.