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Large Case of Hope Jewelry


A Large Case of Hope Jewelry includes:


  • 2 necklaces

  • 3 bracelets

  • 4 pairs of earrings


The clay beads are hand-made by women in the Tuesday Morning Program and fired in House of Hope’s own kiln. Jewelry with rocks are made using lava rocks found throughout Nicaragua. Coin jewelry is made using real Nicaraguan coins. The beaded sets are also uniquely designed by the women of House of Hope.This is the best case for fundraising for immersion participants! It can also be divided into multiple gifts for your friends and family.

*Please note, we cannot guarantee a particular color as supplies vary. However, you may write your preference in the comment on your order and we will do our best to accommodate you.

When you buy a Case of Hope Jewelry you are giving hope to…


  • Local communities– with Common Ground’s immersion programs medical professionals, educators and high school students (tomorrow’s leaders!) don’t just learn the Spanish language, they learn Spanish communication, empowering them to make a difference serving the Spanish speaking populations around the world and at home.
  • Immersion participants– The Immersion Fund provides scholarships for participants who demonstrate a financial need and a heart for serving in their local communities.
  • Women in Nicaragua– jewelry making is the livelihood for 350 women in Managua, Nicaragua who are working for a better future for themselves and their families.

All the jewelry is hand-made by women in the Tuesday Morning Program at House of Hope. House of Hope is an organization that helps women in Managua, Nicaragua get out of prostitution by providing services such as life skills and occupational training, medical care and school uniforms.

Learn more about The Immersion Fund and House of Hope.

SKU: COHJlarge


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