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Holiday Gifts To Benefit HRI!

One of the challenges of our work here at HRI is to keep our chin up at times. The hits keep coming; everyday our clients wake up to another battle. What keeps us going on is the heartfelt support we receive from across the country. We feel truly blessed.

For Human Rights Day 2019, Three Designing Women has teamed up with www.ArtisanStamp.com to support HRI and immigrant survivors of human rights abuses. From November 15th until December 15th, ArtisanStamp.com will donate 100% of its profits from any sale using the code HRI2019. Take a look at their beautiful products and simplify your holiday shopping: these are great hostess, wedding, housewarming, and graduation gifts. Perfect for corporate gift-giving! (For corporate orders, find us at orders@ThreeDesigningWomen.com.)

ABOUT OUR SPONSOR: The Three Designing Women is a small but mighty female and minority operated wholesale manufacturer based in Dallas, Texas, that started with a simple but ambitious objective: To produce the finest personalized goods in the world.  Now entering its second decade, Three Designing Women has risen to become The Most Awarded Personalization Company in History! 

ABOUT HRI: Founded by social worker Serena Simmons Connelly and lawyer Elizabeth Healy, the Dallas-based Human Rights Initiative of North Texas has grown into an award-winning agency helping immigrant survivors of human rights abuses from all over the world. Our courageous and resilient clients are eligible to apply for legal status under the humanitarian provisions of U.S. immigration laws and policies: they are asylum seekers fleeing persecution; children who have been abandoned, abused, and neglected; and victims of family violence and violent crimes. HRI’s Legal team partners with a network of over 250 pro bono attorneys from top DFW firms and corporations to help clients access the U.S. immigration system, and our Social Services team offers transitional support and referrals to help address trauma and ease the hardships of profound displacement. At HRI, all of our services are free, and all are designed to help forge a path to safety, stability and opportunity. For more information, visit www.hrionline.org.