Sudara is dedicated to support empowering women and ending human trafficking when you purchase their Lounge Pants, Shirts, Totes, and more.
Sudara was founded in 2006 in Bend, Oregon by Shannon Keith after a trip to India opened her eyes to the tragedies of sex trafficking and slavery. She saw first hand, what women and girls throughout the country endured in Red Light Districts–modern day slavery. The company was formed to work with any women looking for a way out of the Red Light District by teaching them a skill, the skills to be a seamstress. One sewing center with 6 employees gradually grew to multiple sewing centers and hundreds of women in a new trade and newfound hope and freedom.
Did you know?
By providing dignified employment opportunities, Sundara empowers women who escaped from, or are at risk, of human trafficking.
Sudara’s partner centers in India offer a living wage to every women making Sudara goods, and most importantly, the ability for women to support themselves, their family, and be self-confident.
Lounge Pants, Shirts, Totes, and more support the cause.
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