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ELIMINATING POVERTY,

ONE MIRACLE AT A TIME
           

 we're on a mission

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ELIMINATING POVERTY,

ONE MIRACLE AT A TIME
           

 we're on a mission

TINY miracles - A MISSION FOR HUMANITY

A TRULY UNIQUE APPROACH TO HELP EXTREMELY POOR COMMUNITIES-

ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD- BREAK THE CHAINS OF POVERTY

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HOW IT


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THIS IS HOW MIRACLES HAPPEN

A HOLISTIC APPROACH: TRANSFORMING ALL AREAS OF LIFE

Making miracles happen can only be achieved if you transform all areas of life simultaneously. You can build a health clinic, but as long as people have no access to safe drinking water you won’t be able to make any progress. You can put children to school, but if they don’t have any food for breakfast, lunch or dinner, what good will that do? Tackling the fundamentals first and building awareness and knowledge from a solid basis, has proven to create a profound and lasting impact.

That is why the foundation focuses on 5 important pillars:

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WHAT WE CREATE


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PROVIDING WORK: WHAT WE CREATE

HIGH-END DESIGN PRODUCTS                                                             EMPLOYING 100+ PEOPLE

The key ambition of our foundation is realising a fully self supporting community in 10 years time, because giving just money will not really help in the long run. Giving these people a purpose in life and the tools to become self supporting however, will help immensely. That is why providing jobs is so incredibly important. Laurien teamed up with cousin and designer Pepe Heykoop who invented a range of high quality designer products that could be easily manufactured by the (mostly illiterate and uneducated) community itself. It is a mechanism that works both ways. On the one hand beautiful products which are being sold in musea and high end stores around the world. On the other hand a growing work force within the community.              

Since the launch of this initiative in 2014 the number of women who hold a fully paid job has grown to     100+ women today. 


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