Several years ago as we were in the adoption process in Rwanda I met Jessica Honegger. She was spunky and passionate and committed to spending her life for the good of others. Within a few months we both had our boys home and we both had launched full throttle into our passions turned full time ministry and career. The chaos of all of the blessing has bonded us deep.
Jack Honegger with Coop: Home in Austin from the same orphanage in Rwanda
A few months ago Jessica called me excitedly dreaming about a trip with some of our favorite people to our absolute favorite place.
July 11th me and a host of incredible friends and storytellers are headed to Rwanda to tell the stories of strong amazing women who are working themselves and their families out of poverty.
And the BEST PART…YOU COULD COME!!!
Noonday is offering the opportunity to include someone we may not yet know to come with us! Tell us why YOU want to join us in winning people’s hearts to chase a global vision of economic empowerment and justice, and you could win a spot on our team!
Enter- come with us!! Do it! Meet the women behind our #StyleForJustice Story Trip. These women are changing the conversations of their generation through their blogs, leadership, social advocacy, and unique voices. Each of them will use their art to win your heart to chase a global vision of economic empowerment and justice.
International Justice Mission is a global organization that protects the poor from violence throughout the developing world. IJM partners with local authorities to rescue victims of violence, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen justice systems. The largest non-profit organization of its kind, IJM combats slavery, sex trafficking, property grabbing, police abuse of power and sexual violence, working in nearly 20 communities throughout South and Southeast Asia, Africa and Latin America. www.IJM.org
About Noonday Collection:
Noonday Collection uses fashion and design to create economic opportunity for the vulnerable. Noonday Collection’s first trunk show was hosted by founder, Jessica Honegger, as a means to raise money for her Rwandan son’s adoption. The style and purpose of the products drew an overwhelming response and quickly grew beyond a fundraiser into a thriving business. Over 500 Ambassadors across the nation have now launched their own Noonday businesses enabling them to earn an income while empowering the vulnerable to rise out of poverty.
This is the perfect combination of so many passions for me…. Friends+Women helping women+Rwanda+ Noonday+IJM!
What would be the perfect combo of your passions? Share in the comments and let us know if you enter the competition!