“I think giving her an income has really changed her life.”
That’s the best sentence we’ve heard in a while. It’s what RefugeeOne had to say about Don Cing, the woman who sews most of EVERAND’s products. She’s a graduate of the group’s Sewing Studio, which gives refugee women an employable skill and a social lifeline.
We’re excited to introduce you to the organization we love and rely on so much, and really bring to life the good that your purchases enable.
We’re thrilled to share the story behind Wanderlove, an exciting collection of black and white and grey pieces with pops of color. They’re fabrics that hail from three different countries but work just right together. All of our pieces have a story, and Wanderlove’s is driven by the idea that there’s more that unites us than divides. It’s a collection that was constructed by a woman whose own story is now part of each pillow.
The EVERAND story dates back two years or two decades, depending on how you look at it. We got the email that sparked the idea for the company in 2017. As sisters and the co-founders of EcoTools makeup brushes, we figured out we worked well together long before that.