The Crochet Community Collective
A MAPs initiative supporting women for a dignified future
The Crochet Community Collective (CCC)
CCC is a sustainable development initiative dedicated to restoring community & identity through a treasured Syrian tradition: crochet. CCC has brought together 50 (and counting) Syrian and Lebanese women to foster friendship, empowerment, and self-reliance through crochet as a creative outlet. The artists are paid for every item they make, and the remaining profits directly support our 3,000 students at MAPs’ primary schools. Get involved today!
Let’s Crochet a School!
MAPs is partnered with the Norwegian researcher and clinical psychologist, Dr. Solfrid Raknes in the #Lets_Crochet_a_School project. Dr. Raknes has committed to facilitate sales of 15,500 crochet figurines in Norway. This amount is equivalent to the funding required to support MAPs’ Saadanyal Teaching Center where 300 children get one year of education!
Are you interested in supporting this project in your country?
HERE IS HOW YOU CAN HELP IF YOU ARE A...
BUSINESS OWNER OR BUYER
- Place a bulk order of gifts for your next office event
- Place a bulk order for your store
- Order a crochet logo or other special gifts!
CLUB, GROUP, OR INDIVIDUAL
- Place a bulk order of items and distribute to your friends, family and community
- Contact local stores or pop-up markets to help us secure new buyers
- Host events at your local bookstore, cafe or community center to spread awareness about Syrian refugees & the work of MAPs
HIGH SCHOOL OR UNIVERSITY STUDENT
- Develop a CCC student club at your school and distribute figurines on your campus
- Host events at your school to spread awareness about the Syrian refugee community in Lebanon
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Place your custom order!
YOUR ORDER DIRECTLY SUPPORTS THE SYRIAN REFUGEE COMMUNITY