Homeboy Industries | Charity Collaboration

SUPPORTING Second chances

Homeboy Industries is a community-based nonprofit organization that provides a second chance and a safe space for young individuals who are rebuilding their lives after previously being gang-involved and incarcerated. Through an 18-month training certificate program, participants learn essential skills, meet with their case manager on a regular basis to address needs such as mental health, domestic violence, and GED testing, and attend weekly classes.

Offering job training programs in a productive environment

Fostering a compassionate workspace where individuals can make a positive change

Advocating for skill development + essential resources

our collaboration

Through our partnership, we created a special edition totes. Each bag is handcrafted by artisan women in Bangladesh and screen-printed locally at Homeboy Industries in Downtown Los Angeles.

50% of each purchase will be donated to Homeboy Industries

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Shopping Tote - Homeboy

$ 24.00

HANDMADE IN BANGLADESH

Take this tote anywhere — to the beach, the store, or the farmers market. Eco-conscious and made to last, each bag is handcrafted by artisan women in Bangladesh and screen-printed...

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Shopping Tote - Homegirl

$ 24.00

HANDMADE IN BANGLADESH

Take this tote anywhere — to the beach, the store, or the farmers market. Eco-conscious and made to last, each bag is handcrafted by artisan women in Bangladesh and screen-printed...

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Barking to the Choir Book

$ 26.00

HANDMADE IN THE UNITED STATES

Following his first book, "Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion," Father Gregory Boyle returns to tell readers about the power of unconditional love, faith, and radical kinship...

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Tattoos on the Heart Book

$ 26.00

HANDMADE IN THE UNITED STATES

After seeing the impact of gang violence in his hometown of Los Angeles beginning in the late 1980s, Father Gregory Boyle was motivated to make a change and better his...

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