Life is FULL as ever … and in a blink, the holidays will be HERE! But, don’t worry … we’ve got your back!! We have the BEST idea ever for an EASY and FUN way to SHOP with your friends (and make a mighty difference as you do!) … all while getting a start on your holiday gift list!

(You can join the fun either in-person or via a text thread shopping experience. Head down to the “can’t make it?” section below if you aren’t able to make it to the in-person event.)

… SHOP artisan, fair trade, global, beautyFULL jewelry crafted by our sisters at Threads Worldwide

… FEAST on Fatouma’s food and tea from Ethiopia – injera, lentil stew, and vegetables – all gluten- & dairy-free

… GATHER with friends, prepare for the holidays with intention so you can experience more of what you most want this holiday season, and listen to riveting and inspiring stories from Fatouma and Threads co-founders, Angela and Kara.


WHEN: October 27 | 5:30-8 pm
WHERE: The DT House | Seeds Headquarters
4326 Montview Blvd., Denver – 80207

RSVP via Eventbrite, email, or text (720.301.1510)


This gathering is FREE – yay! Please make sure you RSVP for yourself and any guests you intend to bring so we have plenty of FOOD for ALL.

You NEED NOT bring a thing, but if you’d like, you are most welcome to bring:
… friends & family
… a bottle of wine or favorite drink to share

WHAT to expect:

…5:30-6:30 – feast & friendship
…6:30-7:00 – holiday prep PoP & stories from our soul sistahs, Fatouma, Kara, & Angela
…7:00-8:00 – shop (and keep feasting and gathering!)
come whenever you’d like and leave when you must …

CAN’T make it?

(We’ll miss you!) SHOP Threads with me via a 3-day TEXT GATHERING. Get your holiday shopping done as you go about your work, kiddo care, errands. Our first thread begins on October 28 and wraps up October 30 (more to come!) | Space is limited. Text 720.301.1510 or email me to sign up!

*First 5 to sign up get a FREE PIECE of Threads jewelry.*

MAKE a difference as you shop!

Not only will you be making a difference in the lives of the women artisans around the world, but 10% of sales from these in-person and text shopping gatherings will be given to our sister, Fatouma, so she can support her family in Ethiopia who are struggling to survive. Here is an article about the humanitarian crisis in Ethiopia right now and about Fatouma’s fundraising need.

A few weeks ago, the crisis in a part of the country called, “Tigray”, spilled over into Fatouma’s village where she was born. Today, there is a lack of food and violence and fear is rampant. People are dying and her heart is breaking. Her community’s school has been burned to the ground, along with their hospital.

She wants to do what she can to help her family survive this challenging time. She asked for our help.

Her goal: $100 per family | 10 families | =$1,000

FUNDS will be used for: Formula for babies, food for the hungry, medicine for the sick, school supplies & uniform for kids (some kids attended the school that burned down – some are in a nearby town). She will give a portion of the money directly to each family so they can buy what they need to survive.

DONATE. Bring/mail cash or a check (payable to Fatouma Ahmed and address to Sarah Davison-Tracy, 4326 Montview Blvd., Denver, CO – 80207 | or venmo @SeedsOfExchange

100% of funds donated will be distributed by Fatouma to her family in Ethiopia. Funds are not tax-exempt.

You are loved.
You belong.
We belong to each other.
Let’s standTALL together and light up the world.

xo, -Sarah DT ❤️🙏🏻🌏

P.S. How we’d LOVE for you to join our Seeds community in our care for a family who has been evacuated from Afghanistan! Here are a few ways you can join us from anywhere in the world …

1 | DONATE. You can either make a one-time donation or join our giving community by setting up a monthly donation which will be initially applied to this fundraiser and continue throughout the year as you join us to partner with communities around the world.

2 | VOLUNTEER. Email me and I’ll add you to our volunteer list – whether you live far from our city of Denver or right in the neighborhood – so that as soon as we’re paired with a family, you can be notified of what is needed with opportunities to personally connect and care for our Afghan sisters and brothers.