Summer Intern Series

Alex’s connection to her hometown of Louisville is one of her driving forces as she wants to be connected to its local and social enterprise culture.  She feels that Beaded Treasures Project is the perfect opportunity to participate and make a difference.

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Home Parties from The Heart

Our vision can easily be your vision too; when you host a home party you make an impact not only in the lives of others, but also in yourself. Like Amelia Earhart said, the more you do and see and feel, the more genuine your appreciation of life becomes.

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From Trash to Trendy

Our bags are handcrafted by skilled artisans in India receiving fair wages for their craft and which directly support resettled refugee women in the Louisville community! Proceeds from the sale of our bags directly support our programming for local resettled refugee women! These bags are also recycled from would-be plastic trash, thus keeping our oceans clean! Your impact is TRIPLED!

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Fashion Revolution Week

Fashion Revolution Week was founded as a global movement calling for greater transparency, sustainability and ethics in the fashion industry. This year, we decided to join the movement.

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Daughters of Greatness - Surekha Kulkarni

Beaded Treasures Project founder and Executive Director, Surekha Kulkarni, has been invited as this year’s featured speaker for the Muhammad Ali Center’s “Daughters of Greatness” speaker series on April 14, 2017! 

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Our First Brick-and-Mortar

In 2016, the Beaded Treasures Project moved out of our baby boots and into our first brick and mortar location. Excitement, anticipation, and slight nerves have all been rolled together. But the best part - no more team meetings in a coffee shop! 

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2016 Workshops

Our Skills Training Workshops are jewelry-making 101 for women looking for an artistic outlet and for an avenue to supplement their incomes. We began providing our Skills Training Workshops to refugee women but have since expanded to encompass any woman looking to learn a new skill and build her confidence. 

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Shopping Small with Mabel and Moss

Small Business Saturday has always been an important event to Louisville because of our community’s dedication to local business. Communities across the nation are encouraged to skip Black Friday, bypass large corporations and show their support for local businesses on the Saturday following Thanksgiving.

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