$14.00
Each purchase provides jobs for American women fleeing domestic abuse & homelessness

Handmade by women fleeing domestic abuse, homelessness, and other difficult circumstances at the non-profit King's Home in Chelsea, Alabama. These soap dishes make a beautiful, unique gift. Each dish is hand-pressed with lace to create gorgeous, intricate patterns. A great way to add that special touch any office bathroom or kitchen. They also make perfect spoon-rests!

  • - Dimensions: 7" x 4"
  • - Handmade soap dish.
  • - Lace imprint.

Handmade by women fleeing domestic abuse, homelessness, and other difficult circumstances at the non-profit King's Home in Chelsea, Alabama. These soap dishes make a beautiful, unique gift. Each dish is hand-pressed with lace to create gorgeous, intricate patterns. A great way to add that special touch any office bathroom or kitchen. They also make perfect spoon-rests!

  • - Dimensions: 7" x 4"
  • - Handmade soap dish.
  • - Lace imprint.

Handmade by women fleeing domestic abuse, homelessness, and other difficult circumstances at the non-profit King's Home in Chelsea, Alabama. These soap dishes make a beautiful, unique gift. Each dish is hand-pressed with lace to create gorgeous, intricate patterns. A great way to add that special touch any office bathroom or kitchen. They also make perfect spoon-rests!

  • - Dimensions: 7" x 4"
  • - Handmade soap dish.
  • - Lace imprint.

Handmade by women fleeing domestic abuse, homelessness, and other difficult circumstances at the non-profit King's Home in Chelsea, Alabama. These soap dishes make a beautiful, unique gift. Each dish is hand-pressed with lace to create gorgeous, intricate patterns. A great way to add that special touch any office bathroom or kitchen. They also make perfect spoon-rests!

  • - Dimensions: 7" x 4"
  • - Handmade soap dish.
  • - Lace imprint.
Your Impact
Women At-Risk

King's Home provides safe housing and a therapeutic work environment for women and children fleeing domestic abuse, homelessness, and other difficult circumstances in Alabama. For over 40 years, King's Home has served over 400 at-risk women a year, providing them with meaningful employment while equipping them with the entrepreneurial skills needed to succeed. Since starting Prodigal Pottery in 2014, over 30 women have been employed and many are working on their GED's and growing their basic job skills.

Your purchase of Prodigal Pottery today creates one hour of employment for women at-risk in Alabama.

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