Our wreaths are beautiful, unique, and reasonably priced. Kim Thayer, a wreath designer, is shown here shipping a wreath to NC.
Our proceeds, except what's needed for supplies, are sent to human trafficking rescue operations.
We are thrilled to report that as of January 31, 2019, we have sent a total of $44,690.00 to rescue the innocent. It truly is our pleasure to work on their behalf. Help us to help them by purchasing one of our wreaths from the store. Thank you.
From left to right:
Mary Ann Dietschler, Kathy Norris, Marilyn Creanza, and Maxine Lessard
No. We are an all-volunteer organization. Our wreath designers generously volunteer their time and talent to craft beautiful and unique arrangements . It's our way of “doing something” to support a cause close to our hearts.
Each custom creation supports Operation Underground Railroad in their mission to rescue innocent children from human trafficking. These former FBI, CIA, Navy Seals, and other law enforcement professionals are experts in the extraction process from rescue to rehabilitation. Moreover, their administration costs are less than 12%. Learn more at www.ourrescue.org
This year we also sent $500 to SHINE an organization to prevent human trafficking right here in New England.
Kathy Norris getting ready for a backyard event.
To see the wreaths in person call Mary Ann at 413-218-6231 to make an appointment. Or mark your calendar and visit us at one of the following events.
March 16 - Women of the Word conference at Cornerstone Church , East Longmeadow
May 11 - First Congregational Church, Spring fair, East Longmeadow
May 16th - 281 Elm Street, Agawam Spring backyard event
Laurie Jameson finishing a wreath.
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Maxine Lessard displaying a finished wreath.
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