- Sustainably handcrafted by abuse survivors
- 100% of proceeds support our nonprofit, providing fair wages, safe work environment, empowerment + healing
- Lariat-style 28” stainless steel curb chain.
Do we dare dream of more? Our Mend encouragers say jump IN. Like this cotter pin threading through a piece of car seat component scrap (from BAE Industries). And come out the other side, free falling into hope.
There’s a story behind each Mend design. Its name, origin and parts used to create it are on the back of each Mend jewelry tag. Also, you’ll find the signature of the Mend maker who created the piece of jewelry you’ve purchased.
Products are made by hand and may vary slightly.
Just received another beautiful piece of jewelry from Mend on the Move. I have been giving them away as gifts to people who are important to me. They very much appreciate the beauty of the delicate pieces but most of all the meaning behind them. Thank you for doing what you do.
(Member of the Board of Directors at LACASA Center in Livingston County, where we provide comprehensive services and resources related to Child Abuse, Domestic and Sexual Violence)
I purchased a pair of earrings for my sister-in-law at a boutique shop. The salesperson shared the history of where the earrings were made and by whom. I decided to visit your website and purchased a pair of earrings and a necklace for myself. As a survivor, I am happy to know that you are empowering women and helping them heal from their abuse.