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Let's put an end to human trafficking.

Our Mission

Unchained Threads was created to spread awareness and keep the conversation going that human trafficking is happening everywhere; even in your own backyard. Right now there are approximately 27 million people enslaved around the world. That’s more people enslaved today than any other time in history. In order to make a tangible difference, 25% of the profits will go directly to an organization to help fight human trafficking.

Unchained Threads delivers cool and comfortable basics with globally uplifting messages. Every garment, design, and idea was carefully designed and often handwritten to feel personal. The designs look to inspire people to act and to help create success stories of rescue. Through Unchained Threads, we can spread awareness and help create these stories and connect with others looking to help. Rescue stories can preserve dignity, empower the survivor, and restores their humanity. I hope Unchained Threads reminds us all that there is hope if we all work together.

All of Unchained Threads clothing is ethically made down to the thread. It is W.R.A.P. certified and made in eco-conscious manufacturing facilities.

WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production) is a globally recognized, independent 3rd party certifying body whose mission is to promote ethical, humane and lawful conditions and practices in all manufacturing facilities. Companies accepted into the WRAP organization go through an extensive application process in which manufacturing facilities, working environments, and worker's rights are inspected and approved by the WRAP association. WRAP certifications are awarded based upon both internationally and nationally accepted humane workplace standards, local laws, and ethical manufacturing regulations.

All the thread is manufactured in the USA.

The printing and embroidery is done in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Thank you for supporting Unchained Threads. You are helping support ethically made fashion, multiple small businesses, and most importantly helping people all over the world get out of slavery.