Second Probability Pottery candles from Benevolence Farm, utilizing seconds from Haand.
BURLINGTON, N.C. — Haand was initially based nearly 10 years in the past to supply a line of area of interest ceramics crafted by hand. The individuals on the nonprofit Benevolence Farm additionally work with their arms, and that connection cast a partnership between the 2 firms to assist each other whereas giving merchandise and other people a second likelihood.
Benevolence Farm works with individuals impacted by the felony authorized system in North Carolina, offering secure and safe rooms in addition to employment to girls returning residence from incarceration. Haand donates a few of its seconds (items which have slight imperfections) to Benevolence Farms to make use of as vessels for candles, its best-selling product. The Second Probability candles are bought right here, in addition to at farmers markets.
Haand co-founder Mark Warren mentioned that his firm “shares a deep perception with Benevolence – there’s something therapeutic and strengthening that occurs to your soul whenever you work along with your arms, and in our small approach, we’re honored to assist Benevolence with their mission and good work they do right here within the Piedmont” space.
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