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{WM Spotlight} Sisterhood Soap

By: Juliandra Durkin

Hey ladies! Mother’s Day is coming up next month and if you’re anything like me, a planner and dreamer, then perhaps you are racking your brain for ideas to get your special Mother for her special day, that she can cherish, and that fits into your price budget. Wonderfully Made came across a beautiful organization called Sisterhood Soap that might make a unique gift for your Mom!

Sisterhood Soap supports women who lost everything in Iraq because of ISIS. The refugees are women and girls just like you and me. They are mothers. They are daughters. They are sisters. And they do what they can to get by since they fled from their homes.

The soap is natural made with wild herbs and pure olive oil. It is chemical, alcohol, and dye free unlike many big brand soaps in stores. But more than the soap being of quality is that is handmade by women trying to make a difference in their families who have so little. Check out this website for more information on Sisterhood Soap and the women from Iraq, who use their gifts in making a worthwhile product in order to feed their families and get through daily life.

For $10 you can buy a bar of soap, or if you are inspired by the stories, consider sponsoring a woman to build her own business with a monthly donation.

Remember, we are all sisters in Christ and your donation and help can go a long way, as well as bless your own Mother!



Photo Cred: Preemptive Love Coalition

about the authorJuliandra Durkin is the manager for Wonderfully Made’s blog Know Your Value. She also writes at Written Jewels, a personal blog with stories and reflections on life. Besides writing, she spends her free time exercising or out in nature. Give her a beach or a mountain; sunrise or sunset, she loves it all, especially walking her dogs in the woods! A graduate of Westmont College, Juliandra was able to attend three study abroad programs exploring Spain, parts of the Middle East, and Mexico. These experiences gave her a heart for culture and travel and she hopes to get more stamps in the passport soon!

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