Making an impact. That is Noonday Ambassador, April’s deepest desire as she sells jewelry, hair pieces, totes and bags for Noonday Collection.
A year ago, April found out about this amazing company that literally helps artisans across the world in the most vulnerable communities. They develop these businesses through fair trade. This empowers them to grow sustainably and to create dignified jobs for people who need them. When she learned about Noonday, she jumped right in and loves being a part of something big!
Noonday gives women the opportunity to use their purchasing power for good. In addition, Noonday is also proud to support adoption. 10% of sales at adoption trunk shows helps adoptive families bring their children home. In fact, since 2010, Noonday purchases have enabled the company to place $25 million in orders with their Artisan Business Partners, supporting dignified jobs for Artisans around the world.
I first met April at a book club this summer. Currently I have the privilege of being in the Dallas Christian Women’s Mastermind Group with April. She is passionate about growing her business. Supporting other local business women is important to her as well.
Interested in becoming a Noonday Ambassador? To find out more about April and how you can host a show or purchase Noonday items, you can follow her on Facebook.
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