Justice Projects are intended to assist ministries working on the front-line of social justice issues, trying to connect resources (i.e. media, finances, people, etc) with the purpose of seeing continued transformation for justice.
One way we do this is by partnering with Job Creation Programs around the world. By offering their products, we are providing not only jobs, but a future for those making the products.
90% of the proceeds go toward scholarships, program needs and the launching of more Justice Projects.
10% of proceeds goes toward logistical and administrative costs.
Dave Landshut* started Ithemba Woods, in an effort to see jobs created but also to utilize his gift as a Master Builder. Ithemba offers an apprenticeship for the young men of Masiphumele to learn a woodworking trade so they can pursue work beyond the apprenticeship.
Joylynn Landshut* created Justice Doll as a tool that bringing awareness to issues of social injustice. Each Justice Doll is locally hand crafted by women from Masiphumelele who are marginalized because of poverty or HIV/AIDS, providing income and restoring hope and dignity.