Heart On Your Sleeve Design Partners With Samaritan's Purse
Inspirational jewelry company works with charity to stop human trafficking
Clemson, SC – Inspirational & Scripture-based gift company Heart On Your Sleeve Design has partnered with Samaritan’s Purse, a Christian international relief organization, to aid in the charity’s effort to stop human trafficking.
The partnership between the two organizations involves Heart On Your Sleeve Design’s Heart & Sole Socks. With each pair of the crew, ankle and boot socks sold by Heart On Your Sleeve, the company gives a portion of the proceeds to Samaritan’s Purse to aid in their work against human trafficking.
Over 50 different crew, ankle and boot socks are available in the Heart & Sole Socks collection. The socks incorporate a variety of different design patterns, including bright, intricate color patterns and seasonal themes for winter, spring, summer and fall. The price for an individual pair of socks from the Heart & Sole Socks collection ranges from $7.99 to $13.99. Further details can be found at heart-on-your-sleeve-design.myshopify.com/collections/heart-sole-socks?page=1
In addition to their Heart & Sole Socks collection, Heart On Your Sleeve Design also offers a variety of other clothing product lines including hats and scarves. The inspirational design company also focuses on jewelry, often incorporating Scripture-based themes, such as glass bead bracelets, stamped bar necklaces and prayer bracelets; their different jewelry collections include the Wild At Heart Collection and the Salvation Collection, among others. Beyond clothing and jewelry, Heart On Your Sleeve Design also designs and sells accessories like jewelry boxes, Bible journaling accessories, hair ties, tote bags and cup sleeves. www.pinterest.com/hoysdsc/
Samaritan’s Purse, a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization based in North Carolina, has provided spiritual and physical help to people all over the world since 1970. They focus on providing help during difficult circumstances such as war, poverty, natural disasters, disease and famine. The money they receive supports their mission by supporting the personnel, materials, supporting services, buildings and equipment they require. Their work against human trafficking—a practice that currently affects around 27 million victims—is focused in Asia and Africa. www.facebook.com/HeartOnYourSleeveDesign/