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Gladys ironing scarves

Meet Gladys

Oct 16, 2013  |  Joe K.  |  GO Africa, GO Fund, GO Haiti, GO Project, GO Threads, The GO Exchange  |  No Comments

I was in Jinja, Uganda, in July visiting the production boutique where the scarves in our fall line are made. Inside the Fount of Mercy boutique, 15 workers full of joy functioned side-by-side in the two room boutique, their movements highly coordinated like a little symphony. In the front room,… Read More

Mike Mitchell presents GO with a check to care for children

Celebrating caring for kids. Celebrating The GO…

Jan 30, 2013  |  Sonya W.  |  GO Project, GO Threads  |  No Comments

GO Project launched The GO Exchange in the 2012 Christmas season with a single product: GO Jammies. In two months, 107 women around the country hosted in-home Exchanges. More than 5,000 GO Jammies were sold! This past weekend we wanted to thank and honor the women who invited people into their… Read More

Tailor sewing blue polka-dot GO Jammies

Thanks Party Hosts!

Oct 22, 2012  |  Sonya W.  |  GO Project, GO Threads  |  No Comments

Our first wave of GO Jammies in-home parties is in full swing. Party hosts, you're blowing us away! And more and more of you are signing up! I just got back from Haiti last night. While there, I visited the sewing boutique. I've returned with a heartwarming story about your partners in this… Read More

Signs made to cheer Barrett on

Thank God for Crazy People

Jul 5, 2012  |  Sonya W.  |  GO Project, GO Threads, myGO Project  |  No Comments

Barrett Keene seems like a sharp guy. 30 years old. Clean cut. Bright. Personable. Successfully moving through his PhD program at Cornell. Then you hear about how Barrett is spending a year of his life walking across America for orphans. A '94 Dodge van serves as his command and control center.… Read More


Barrett's Adventures from Atlanta to Nashville

Jun 5, 2012  |  Sonya W.  |  GO Project, GO Threads, myGO Project  |  No Comments

From Barrett's blog... Barrett Keene, a PhD Student at Cornell University, is walking the 3,475 miles between Miami and San Francisco to raise awareness about the realities 145 million orphaned and abandoned children face and present opportunities for people to get engaged in serving… Read More

Iron Man, Pressing on!

Feb 11, 2012  |  Marsha C.  |  GO Africa, GO Threads  |  No Comments

by Marsha Campbell It is a sunny afternoon as we venture to the Gulu Sewing Center.  The sewing center is a local business enterprise empowered by GO Threads, a creative partnership launched a year ago by GO Project. The U.S. partnership is driven by individual teams.  Friendly competition. … Read More

You competed. Kids won.

Jan 19, 2012  |  Sonya W.  |  GO Threads, myGO Project, News  |  No Comments

Recently the GO Threads' 2011 Team Challenge was highlighted in the The 2011 GO Threads' Challenge included 37 teams across the United States who participated in a friendly competition to raise uniform orders and awareness for GO Threads. Collectively the teams secured orders for… Read More

GO Threads: Teams on a Mission

Dec 7, 2011  |  Sonya W.  |  GO Threads  |  No Comments

As part of the GO Threads' Team Challenge, teams across the country are changing lives one children's school uniform at a time. These teams are hosting dinner parties, speaking at their churches, organizing bake sales and walks, and telling everyone how school uniforms help create local jobs, send… Read More

Welcome to GO Threads

Aug 18, 2011  |  Joe K.  |  GO Threads  |  No Comments

Dear GO Family, Orphans aren’t burdens, they’re blessings. God presents big change opportunities through the kids at the end of the line. Beth and I have experienced this truth. And so have so many of you. I really believe our assignment within the GO Project leadership is to pay attention… Read More

Sew Much More

Jun 24, 2011  |  Sonya W.  |  GO Project, GO Threads  |  No Comments

On the road to Kampala after a meaningful 20 hours in Gulu. Last night we had an encouraging meeting with The Father's House management committee. We spent this morning at the Sewing Center in Gulu. I left with a deeper appreciation for the challenges of building a business in the Third World.… Read More

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