Our Room for Human Trafficking Survivors :: The Reveal + Thank You!


Well Albuquerque mamas, you did it! Truly, you all are inspiring. In just under two weeks, we furnished and decorated a safe space for human trafficking survivors to heal and start a new beginning. This amazing room, as part of the Eliza Jane Project, will specifically support a mama and her kid(s). The Eliza Jane Project is an 8-bedroom rental facility, and it is the first 24/7 fully-staffed residential housing option for trafficking survivors in New Mexico.

Mamas helping mamas. We love it!

Our team was blown away by how fast our Amazon wish list was fulfilled, and we are so grateful for the kindness and generosity of this community.

Well, what are we waiting for? Let’s show you the space.

When you walk into the room, you immediately feel calmer. Warm and bright colors and textures mark the design of the space. A canopy over mama’s bed and a cozy rocking chair provide a special place for mama to unwind and relax.

The kids’ side of the bedroom is cheerful with encouraging mantras adorning the walls and pillows.

We hope this room will truly be a peaceful place for new beginnings.

A Big, Heartfelt Thank You

We want to thank all of you who purchased items off of our Amazon wish list and helped by sharing about this important cause through social media. Your support has been invaluable to the mamas and kids that will benefit from this space.

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