Recently, I was introduced to Good Threads, an amazing needlepoint belt and accessory brand which gives back a portion of its revenue to charity. I was initially drawn to their beautiful designs, but their altruistic efforts are what sold me on their products. Good Threads sets themselves apart from other needlepoint belt companies. Not only are the products of the finest quality and craftsmanship, but their dedication to the The Joan Rose Foundation in Haiti, which aids in improving the lives of vulnerable Haitian children and their families is admirable. Good Threads supports the Haitian population through employment, and for every belt sold, two weeks of meals are donated to a child at the JRF.
Having spent some time in Haiti during a medical mission after the 2010 earthquake, I feel very connected to the cause. It was a truly humbling experience, and it makes my heart smile to know that a portion of my purchase is aiding a family in Haiti. Not to mention that their products are truly beautiful! The leather on their products is rich and supple. It takes over 30 hours to product each belt, and each belt is backed with full-grain leather. It was hard to select my favorites from their website, but I adore this sailboat belt design and this preppy take on the skull and crossbones. Their key fobs might be my favorite, though! Even Lexie received a sweet little patriotic treat to last her though the year!
You can also custom order a design. From monogramming to collegiate and Greek life, Good Threads has you covered! These are truly high end products which will last you a lifetime. The team is working on a lobster design to compliment their already extensive collection, and I hope to feature more of their products on the blog soon.
Be sure to check out Good Threads and learn more about the efforts they support in Haiti by heading to their online store. The holidays are fast approaching, and shipping is always free with orders of over $150. Partial to Pink readers can save 25% off their order with promo code HELPHAITI27.
This post is sponsored by Good Threads and Her Campus Media. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Partial to Pink possible!