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They lost everything to ISIS. They are mothers. Wives. Daughters. Refugees. They live in tents and shipping containers. But they are not victims. They are our sisters.

They have a gift for making beautiful, natural soap—free of the chemicals and dyes found in most commercial soap. Every bar helps them grow their business, feed their families, and put their children back in school. Not through a handout, but through the work of their own hands.

When you empower a refugee, helping her launch a new soapmaking business, you grow the sisterhood. You stop ISIS from having the last word over her life.

This soap does more than cleanse. Grow the Sisterhood. Empower a soapmaker.

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Empowering Our Sisters

Every month, you can help a refugee build her soap making businesses, offering dignity over dependence. Each soapmaker you empower receives equipment, training, and support to reclaim her future—and stop ISIS from having the last word over her life.

This Mother’s Day, give the gift of empowerment to refugee moms in Iraq. To thank you for your investment in the lives of these women, you’ll receive three bars of Sisterhood Soap

(U.S. shipping only.)

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Hand-Milled From All-Natural Ingredients

Sisterhood Soap is hand-milled by refugees in Iraq. They use only natural ingredients like 100% pure olive oil and wild grown herbs. There are no dyes, scents, glycerine, sulphates, or other artificial ingredients or additives. If it hasn’t grown wild for hundreds of years, they don’t use it.

We're bringing thousands of bars of refugee-made soap over from Iraq—so you can hold their work in your hands and share part of their story.

(U.S. shipping only.)

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Sisterhood Soap
Sisterhood Soap - All-natural soap supporting refugees in Iraq
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