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How You Help

Just by purchasing from New Life Threads, you are helping create sustainable jobs for at-risk women in Rwanda. But there are more ways that you can help kids and families in Rwanda through New Life Threads.


Money from each New Life Threads sale goes towards a special project to help people in need.
Current Project: Building a New Family Center
Other Projects: Helping Child-led Homes
Our last project helped Rwandan families that may be very different from your family. Due to genocide, war and disease, some families have no parents left. An older child in the family must step up and be a parent to his or her younger brothers and sisters.

To help these fragile yet brave families, New Life Threads (and Tabbies) raised money to bless these families last Easter. Here’s a picture of one of the families in Kayonza, Rwanda, with our friend Mark from the United States.


Tell Others

Please help spread the news about New Life Threads! Every bag, table linen and home good tells a story and helps families in need! So tell a friend and join us as we sew hope into Rwanda.

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Become an Ambassador

Do you have big ideas about how you, too, can help the women and families in Rwanda? Maybe you know of an excellent potential retail location for New Life Threads products, or are willing to share the story of these women with your church, neighborhood or Bible study group. Share your ideas and suggestions with us and become an ambassador for New Life Threads.

Contact hope@newlifethreads.org

Discover Tabbies

Tabbies, also under the parent organization of Tabitha’s Hope, sells doll clothes and accessories for 18” dolls. These are also handmade by the same seamstresses.

Visit tabbies.org

Sponsor a Child

In Rwanda, it costs money to go to school. Tabitha’s Hope works with an organization called Africa New Life Ministries that is helping kids get their education. For a small amount per month, you can pay for school, a uniform, shoes and medical care for a school-age child.

Learn more about Africa New Life