Good Threads’ Success Story

Jeantilia and her daughters Felina (16), Yanirisa (14) and Milka (12) are one of Good Thread’s biggest success stories. Jeantilia’s girls have been part of the Joan Rose Foundation (JRF) since it opened in 2010*. Jeantilia was also one of the first four women employed...

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Improving Our Production Process

Good Threads has recently changed our needlepoint finishing process so that 100% of our belt is made in Haiti.  This change will help us to make needlepoint products more quickly and efficiently. Up until now we have attached the tongue and buckle to our belts in the...

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RIP Neri

RIP Neri

Hello All, Happy Holiday Season! This update will be a little on the sad side as it is about one of our mothers, Neri, who died of complications from AIDS on Monday. ​Neri had four of her own children in the JRF plus one grandson. The oldest, Wilis, is 16 and has been...

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The Founding of Good Threads

The Founding of Good Threads

This blog will focus on the impact of Good Threads.  I will write about the impact we have on our employees, on the community we work in, and the foundation we are partnered with.  The desire to help these people is why we started Good Threads and continues, to this...

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Did You Know?
Did You Know?
A single purchase of one of our needlepoint belts will feed a child in need for 2 weeks! Stop by our store and take a look at the amazing craftsmanship our workers have to offer.
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