Help Us Bring Dakaia Home

Today is Orphan Sunday. This is a special day close to my heart because my Zoe is no longer labeled an “orphan.” She now holds the loving titles of “daughter” and “sister” and has a forever family.

But we are currently going through this grueling, but worthwhile adoption process again, trying to wait patiently (and often not-so-patiently) to see the face of our little girl, Dakaia.

Starting today through November 13th, Noonday Collection is helping us out, provided that you help us out, too. Orders placed with this link will go towards the total, and 10% of that total will go toward our adoption costs!

Buying beautiful fair trade jewelry and accessories from around the world that is providing employment opportunities for thousands around the globe, can help bring my daughter home. You can get your Christmas shopping done early, help sustain jobs for people in 13 countries AND help us bring Dakaia home, all by making one small purchase.

Would you please consider being part of this awesome gift to so many? You may not be able to change the entire world, but you can help change the whole world for my daughter and help transform the world for so many others at the same time. Please consider being part of bringing Dakaia home to her forever family by purchasing through this link or even passing this link on to friends or family that you think might like these accessories. Thank you so much!

Noonday Collection is a socially responsible business that uses fashion to create meaningful opportunities around the world. When you shop Noonday’s line of fashion-forward jewelry and accessories, you join a movement to create a flourishing world where children are cherished, people have jobs, women are empowered, and we are connected.  Launched in 2010, Noonday’s first trunk show was an adoption show to help bring founder, Jessica Honegger’s son, home from Rwanda. Noonday develops artisan businesses through fair trade, connecting them to a growing marketplace and empowering them to make a difference in their communities. Noonday’s first artisan partnership was the Uganda group run by Jalia and Daniel. Today, Jalia and Daniel are owners of a thriving business in Uganda that employs 100 Artisans in their workshop and 300 Artisans in their community – and they are not alone. Noonday now partners with 30 artisan businesses in 13 countries. Together they are creating opportunity for more than 2,000 Artisans, impacting 8,800 family members.

Noonday: Kampala, Uganda.


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