Jessica Hendricks founded The Brave Collection after taking a trip to Cambodia and learning about the vast number of human trafficking victims that populated the country. Hendricks discovered that many schools and artisans were helping these victims become reintegrated into society by teaching them valuable work and life skills that would help them change their lives.
The Brave Collection works with local Cambodian artisans, LA designers and New York trendsetters to create beautiful bracelets in order to raise awareness towards the growing number of human trafficking victims and raise money for anti-trafficking organizations in Cambodia and the US.
Each bracelet contains the word "Klahan," which means bravery in Khmer (the language spoken by Cambodians). The Brave Collection is bringing a sensitive topic to light through fashion and is supporting those whose courage continues to be an inspiration to victims worldwide.
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