Sacrificing Profits To Offer Sustainable, U.S.-Made Clothing That Feeds Hungry Americansl

Fed By Threads set out to inspire change & get back to the roots of what America stands for: generosity, community, feeding the hungry, and making real goods for our national economy. Let's stop outsourcing jobs. Let's stop destroying the environment. Let's stop blaming the hungry for being hungry. We sacrifice profits to feed hungry Americans, revitalise U.S. garment manufacturing to create jobs, & use sustainable fabrics to protect our environment. 

That is why Fed By Threads is the first and only humanitarian, sustainable, US-made clothing line & store in America that feeds 12 emergency meals to hungry Americans from each item sold.

The Choice is simple; The results are profound.

By taking personal responsibility to create change, together we can make a difference!

While there are many projects aimed at fixing hunger problems around the world, Fed By Threads is focused on fighting hunger in our own backyard, our own communities, our own country right here in America! 

What motivates Fed By Threads?

In 2011 In America:

  • 16.7 million children in America live in poverty in households that lack food security. 

  • 50.1 million Americans lived in food insecurity in 2010. 

  • 14.9% of households (17.9 million households) were food insecure. 

How Do Fed By Threads Provide 12 Meals Per Item Sold? 

We have made financial commitments to the Community Food Bank Of Southern Arizona and a nationwide hunger relief organization from each item sold which covers their costs of providing 12 emergency meals. This allows Fed By Threads to have both a local and national impact.

Their goal is to get people helping to feed America's hungriest mouths, those that are barely getting by. The simple act of buying one of their hand-cut & hand-sewn pieces provides 12 meals! That's the core foundation of who Fed By Threads are!

You can visit them at 435 E. 9th Street in downtown Tucson, Arizona, or online HERE.

Founders Alok Appadurai & Jade Beall


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