Conch Shell Necklace
Conch Shell Necklace

Kind Karma Company

Conch Shell Necklace

Handcrafted by at-risk and transitioning homeless youth in Toronto.

This necklace is a beautiful accessory for carrying a piece of the ocean with you!
Each necklace features a unique cream-colored conch shell trimmed in gold that measures approximately 1” tall. The pendants are hung on a delicate gold-filled necklace.

Length: 24”

Kind Karma is a social enterprise that employs at-risk and transitioning homeless youth in Toronto to handcraft quality jewellery. In addition to receiving hourly wages, youth employees are also given proceeds from all sales to support the achievement of individual goals such as funding post-secondary education, securing permanent housing or enrolling in courses for personal and professional development. By offering an innovative art-therapy based employment model, Kind Karma aims to break the cycle of poverty by enabling future leaders to reach their full potential so that as successful adults, they can continue to pay kindness forward by helping those in need.

 

 

Learn more about our values here.

 

Laurinda Lee-Retter founded Kind Karma to create an alternative employment model for at-risk and transitioning homeless youth but it was derived from her hobby as a youth. Growing up, Laurinda was always drawn to the arts and even went to university to study music as a violinist. Music, art, writing and jewellery-making were always what brought her the most joy and she is continually appreciative that creativity has allowed her to form not only a company, but a career around what she loves most.

 

 

The Brand

Kind Karma is a social enterprise that employs at-risk and transitioning homeless youth in Toronto to handcraft quality jewellery. In addition to receiving hourly wages, youth employees are also given proceeds from all sales to support the achievement of individual goals such as funding post-secondary education, securing permanent housing or enrolling in courses for personal and professional development. By offering an innovative art-therapy based employment model, Kind Karma aims to break the cycle of poverty by enabling future leaders to reach their full potential so that as successful adults, they can continue to pay kindness forward by helping those in need.

 

The Values

 

Learn more about our values here.

 

The Woman

Laurinda Lee-Retter founded Kind Karma to create an alternative employment model for at-risk and transitioning homeless youth but it was derived from her hobby as a youth. Growing up, Laurinda was always drawn to the arts and even went to university to study music as a violinist. Music, art, writing and jewellery-making were always what brought her the most joy and she is continually appreciative that creativity has allowed her to form not only a company, but a career around what she loves most.

 

 
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