Rethreaded Goes Elemental for 12th Birthday

Rethreaded Goes Elemental for 12th Birthday
Matt Roberts, Nancy Hammond, Jason Jones and Carole Bayer exchanging a contribution to Rethreaded from Coldwell Banker Cares toward the $40,000-match challenge, sponsored by Riverside Homes.

Jacksonville-based Rethreaded celebrated 12 years of empowering survivors of human trafficking at a birthday celebration on Saturday, July 29, at its Delores Barr Weaver Campus of Hope. The event featured games, raffles and refreshments, but the highlight of the celebration was the launch of its new survivor-created product line, Elemental.

“We are so proud of our survivors, and the donors, volunteers, community partners and service providers who have helped them to regain the power of intentional, forward-looking choices that will guide the rest of their lives. This event is our way to say thank you and to get our community excited for what’s next for us and for our survivors. We are especially grateful to Riverside Homes for four years of partnership and for providing the matching challenge that helped rally so much additional support,” said Kristin Keen, Founder and CEO of Rethreaded.

Riverside Homes pledged a $40,000 match toward all day-of product purchases, donations and raffle-ticket sales.

“As long as the human trafficking industry persists, we will continue to empower survivors and educate our community on how every one of us has a part to play in restoring more lives,” said Keen.

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