The challenge for all non-profits is creating a model that is financially sustainable, allowing for long-term success. Worthwhile Wear seeks sustainable solutions by operating its store, Worthwhile Thrift, which is run as a traditional thrift store offering gently used clothes and home items for a fraction of the cost.
Worthwhile Wear exists to reach and restore girls from forced prostitution, and more importantly help prevent girls from ever entering it. We target highly trafficked areas both internationally and domestically, and offer women the opportunity to overcome two primary factors which are at the root of sex trafficking; poverty and lack of education.
Worthwhile Wear Inc. is headquartered in Silverdale, PA, and is a 501(c)(3) organization. EIN: 45-5081795. Donations are tax-deductible. The IRS NTEE classification code is Q30, International Development, Relief Services within the International, Foreign Affairs and National Security category.
Worthwhile Thrift is a program of Worthwhile Wear, a non-profit organization that exists to provide housing, aftercare, vocational training & employment to survivors of human trafficking. The thrift store operates as a traditional thrift store with women's, men's & children's clothing, housewares, books, furniture, toys and more! …
Worthwhile Wear is a 501c3 non-profit that offers the most comprehensive services to survivors of trafficking in the state of Pennsylvania, and is actively growing its outreach program to survivors into other states. Worthwhile Wear provides survivors with long-term housing on its beautiful 82-acre property just outside of Philadelphia, PA.
Worthwhile Wear. It's been a year unlike any other, but we are so grateful for all the ways you supported our work to reach and restore survivors of human trafficking! If you want your donation to count towards 2020 or to have it count towards our year end goal, make sure you donate online or have your check postmarked by 12/31/2020. We could not do what we do without you, so thank you!
Worthwhile Wear seeks sustainable solutions by operating its store, Worthwhile Thrift, which is run as a traditional thrift store offering gently used clothes and home items for a fraction of the cost. Learn More...
In the US, our programs provide for the need of long-term housing for survivors of human trafficking through The Well, community outreach and empowerment through the Worth It program, and employment through our Worthwhile Thrift store.
Her work is not conceptual - she hopes her unique and wearable pieces will be simply understood. Hems are often hand finished, fastenings are sterling silver, fabric is hand dyed and tags are hand written. Shapes are twisted and closures off center, many allowing for adjustable sizing with multiple hook and button loops.
Every mile logged on our website translates into a donation to help survivors of human trafficking. Human trafficking is a global crisis, and our response should be as wide-reaching as the need. Worthwhile Wear utilizes a multi pronged approach to address this growing issue.