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The Asha House

Asha House is a home for the neglected and abandoned, outcasts and rejected children of India. Since opening its doors in March of 2007, Asha House has welcomed more than forty children into its family. The children come from the streets, slums, villages, and brothels. Once they are taken in, every child is provided with food, clothing, education, and lots of loving care. Asha House is not an Institution, and it is not an orphanage; it is a family. Victor and Simini, a national Indian Couple, have committed their lives and opened their hearts to provide Hope for the children of India. Asha House is hugely funded by BTTR...every purchase you make helps meet the needs of these precious children.Visit Site

Clothe Your Neighbor as Yourself

For every shirt you purchase from CYNY, they will clothe someone in need... Sometimes that's an orphan in Kenya who needs a uniform to attend school, a single mom in Brooklyn who needs help paying for diapers, or a person who lives on the streets and could use a pair of new kicks...Our purpose is to expand a view of "community" by redefining "neighbor. With your help, we can paint a more beautiful and sustainable world. One naked person at a time. Visit Site

Gazaway Photography

Hello. My name is Kate Gazaway. I am in the business of capturing and freeing; capturing moments, experiences, smiles, tears, and stories and freeing them through my camera lens. Currently, I reside in Charlotte, North Carolina. I use my camera with purpose to share my ever-changing world with those around me, wherever "around me" may be at the time. I am privileged to share what I see with you. Documentary photography is my passion and my specialty and I desire to use my photography as a medium to raise awareness of social injustices around the world. Most of the photography you see on the BTTR website comes from Kate Gazaway Photography. Visit Site

The Neon Ninja

Konnichiha! I'm a freelance Graphic Designer who specializes in web, print and illustration. For 10+ years I have been funneling my pent-up creative expression into a wide variety of projects ranging from print and web design, to logo creation and branding. Even though I get paid to design websites I also dabble in Illustration, Web Comics and Songwriting. Visit Site

Picture Nicaragua

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