Merry Christmas! Tis the season for giving, and we’ve decided to offer you some of our favorite things from our open house. Here’s how it works:
1. Click here to send an email to us listing the items you’d like to purchase. (Be sure to list the sizes, colors, etc. if applicable.)
2. Wait for us to send you an invoice.
3. Complete the transaction using the paypal link we will send you in an email.
We hope you love our favorite things as much as we do – thank you for your support!
Favorite Thing #1 – The Take Heart Christmas Tee
The Take Heart Christmas v-neck tee is one of our favorites and we’re offering it to you for $10. (That’s half the regular price.) We have limited quantities available, so place your order quickly!
We still love all of our other v-neck t-shirts, and they’re on sale too! $15 for a limited time only.
Favorite Thing #2 – Magazine Bead Necklaces
Our magazine bead necklaces are handmade by women in Uganda and go great with nearly anything. Pick yours up for $12 – or 2 for $20 and qualify for free shipping!
We have matching bracelets available for $5 (or 2 for $8) and solid blue necklaces for $10.
Favorite Thing #3 – Ceramic Africa Ornament
So much love and care went into these ornaments – by members of the Take Heart team. We have them in green, red, and purple and they’re only $5 each. Give a donation of $50 or more in someone’s honor, and we’ll include this ornament, plus a photo of the orphans who will be fed, through your donation, by our feeding program!
Favorite Thing #4 – Ornament & Christmas Platter
Could there be a better gift for the person who has everything than feeding a Kenyan family of 4 and receiving these hand-made items in the process. For $30 you’ll feed a family for a month – and receive a platter and a rice & beans ornament as a reminder of your gift. These items are fragile – arrangements will be made for local pick-up.
Favorite Thing #5 – Christmas Mugs
Our Christmas mugs, like our ceramic ornaments & platters, were made with love by the Take Heart team. They make great gifts at $10 each, but they’re fragile – local pick-up arrangements must be made.