ATLA 2017 Conference Bags Made by re:loom

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We are thrilled to have the ATLA Annual Conference tote bags sponsored by the JBC Library at Columbia Theological Seminary made by re:loom. These specially made bags were designed and woven with our conference attendees in mind.

re:loom employs and empowers homeless and low-income individuals through weaving beautifully-designed products out of upcycled materials. All profits benefit Atlanta’s Initiative for Affordable Housing to reduce homelessness.

Conference attendees will also have a chance to upcycle their ATLA lanyards for future possible re:loom products.

Learn more about the JBC Library partnership with re:loom in the video below.

Learn more about re:loom and consider supporting this fantastic nonprofit.

One Response to ATLA 2017 Conference Bags Made by re:loom

  1. […] I cannot omit the fact that this year the conference buzz was all about the “tote bags” that were made by re:loom. This not-for-profit employs and empowers homeless and low-income individuals through weaving beautifully-designed products out of upcycled materials. The bags helped to inspire buzzing conversation among attendees and create networking opportunities for this great not-for-profit. Read more about how this partnership came about. […]

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