All profits for charity... seriously!
We are honored to partner with three notable organizations who know what it means to love their neighbors. When you purchase from Still Waters Pottery, you extend your personal reach and offer hospitality to our community, our nation, and our world. Find our donations' report in "Stories We Share."
Your purchase from Still Waters Pottery will help support the work of The Extension, a Marietta, GA-based non-profit whose mission is to facilitate transformation that empowers chemically dependent men and women to become sober, accountable members of society and to serve as a recovery resource for the community.
As a community supported organization, The Extension is the leading provider of long-term residential treatment services for homeless, addicted men and women in the state of Georgia. The programs include group and individual counseling, employment, and alumni support. The Extension has two campuses, one for men and one for women.
Find out how you can get involved at TheExtension.org
Refuge Coffee Co.
Your pottery purchase will help support the work of Refuge Coffee Co., a 501c3 in Clarkston, Norcross, and ATL midtown inside the High Museum!
Clarkston is a community where the UN places legal refugees. The town has been called the most diverse square mile in the world, giving a home to refugees and immigrants from over 45 countries and speaking over 60 languages! Refuge Coffee Co. was founded in the heart of Clarkston to give real job training to refugees. Individuals complete a year’s internship, which often includes learning English and the skills needed to thrive in America. During this training year, refugees are paid living wages and are aided in finding employment after their term is finished.
Find out about their mission to mentor and empower refugees to be successful US citizens: RefugeCoffeeCo.com
Your purchase from Still Waters Pottery will help support the national and international work of World Vision.
World Vision is a long-established humanitarian organization which helps communities by identifying needs, partnering with them for as long as 15 years, and coaching communities so that they can sustain the improvements once World Vision moves on.
A few of their priorities include clean water, girls’ education, and safety for all. World Vision promotes justice worldwide and in the poverty stricken areas of the US. It also provides timely emergency relief nationally and around the world.
Find out more at WorldVision.org