Grace & Lace Give Back To Indian Orphanages With Every Purchase

May 27, 2016

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Grace & Lace Founder spent the summer as a teenager working in India, and visiting Indian Orphanages. This experience changed her life and became the cornerstone of a giving aspect of her company. Founder Lindsay Russo believes that God has given her success in business as a platform – a platform to inspire others to dream big and beyond their wildest imaginations.

Grace & Lace partnered with Angel House in 2013. A portion of every Grace & Lace sale, including those that come through iGive.com, go toward building orphanages in India.angelhouse-logo.png

Angel House, with the help of Grace & Lace built two orphanages in the summer of 2014 and 5 more in 2015.  Angel House orphanages each house 50 children. This means that because of Angel House more than 350 children have mattresses to sleep on, fresh water and food, schooling and more.

About Grace & Lace

Grace & Lace started in the fall of 2011, when the founder made her first pair of lacey leg warmers. She them up for sale online and in a matter of days I was overwhelmed with orders. Now, just a few years later, Grace and Lace has become a full-blown women’s apparel company with trademarked designs, a full studio and warehouse, and friends and family as staff.

About Angel House

What began as one house construction for that special group of children has now grown into a multifaceted charitable organization which exists to rescue abandoned orphans and provide them with a new life by giving them a home, a family, and an education. Hundreds of orphans and street children who would otherwise be trapped in forced child labor, human trafficking, or begging on the streets now have a safe place to call home. It is the mission of Angel House to bring abandoned children from the slum to safety and into the loving arms of caretakers that will educate, love and raise them to become future leaders in their generation.

 

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