Founded by former lawyer and current consultant, Still the Sea’s CEO Elizabeth Grennan hopes to do her part to help stop human trafficking.
Inspired by what she calls an “adventure” while volunteering for Next Generation Nepal, Elizabeth Grennan witnessed the effects of human trafficking. Promoting health and wellness along with faith, the former corporate lawyer’s Still the Sea donates a portion of its proceeds from yoga mats, jewelry, accessories and other fitness items to International Justice Mission, an organization that assists victims of slavery, sexual exploitation, oppression and other victims of violence as well as Love 146, which helps victims of child sex trafficking. All products can be purchased on the Still for Sea website.
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Still the Sea Offers Health and Home Decor Products to Stop Human Trafficking
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