Jen P, a longtime subscriber to Diamond-Cut Life , has won a 541 Threads t-shirt, made in the U.S.
Jen is a warm, vivacious person who is unusually rich in what matters. I know this about her because we both go to the same neighborhood church here in Southeast Portland. She is bilingual and for years has supported Manos Unidas Peru, a nonprofit that prepares children with disabilities for a successful future.
After Jen chooses her t-shirt and DCL pays for it, 541 Threads will donate five meals to food banks that feed hungry people. They’ve fed more than 36,000 folks to date.
I really love that about them. Giving makes us rich in what matters. So does nature, the arts, community and work we believe in.
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Coming up on Thursday: a review of the surprising new book “Glimpsing Heaven” by Judy Bachrach.