Tree of Life Sling Bag
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For every "Tree of Life" Sling Bag purchased, an extra $5 will be donated to humanitarian aid for victims of the Nepal earthquake.
GreaterGood.org is funding first responders within the region in Nepal that was hit by the earthquake. Our partners need medical supplies, food, clean water, sheltering supplies, and more as they provide life saving support for the victims. Greatergood.com has been in contact with our artisans who live there. One reported this, "Many buildings collapsed including the school that CharityUSA helped build. Thank God school was not in session, so no children were hurt." The good news is that with every purchase of this bag, we will donate $5 to help.Click Here To Help Fund GreaterGood.org!
Branches reach majestically skyward, embodying the unity and inherent beauty of all life. Our patchwork sling bag celebrate the mysteries of the universal Tree of Life with delicacy and power.
- 100% cotton
- Zippered & button top
- Small pocket on strap
- Interior zippered pocket
- 40" L strap (101.6 cm)
- 12" H x 12" W x 4" D (30.5 x 30.5 x 10.2 cm)
- Spot clean only
- Fairly traded from Nepal
Designs and colors vary. Please allow us to choose one for you.
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May 23, 2015 - This is an absolutely beautiful bag! It is also very roomy, and the colors are gorgeous! Go ahead and get one and treat yourself!
May 6, 2015 - beautiful!! great quality.
April 20, 2015 - Love this bag!!! Supports a great cause
April 12, 2015 - Love this bag! Light weight and comfortable to wear. Great for everyday use and for traveling. The picture doesn't do it justice, the actual colors are stunning.
April 12, 2015 - I absolutely LOVE this bag. The the lady who said the strap is too long~~I am short (5 ft), so I just tied a knot in the top of the strap, and it's perfect. Just my style, as it is definitely "hippie" era material. Have gotten many positive comments on the bag. It's beautiful, and meaningful~~I love the Tree of Life.
Gives $5 To Nepal
In memory of Catherine Violet Hubbard