A woman once gave up an opportunity to work for Mend because she believed another woman in recovery needed it more than she did. That is the bond of survivor sisterhood symbolized in this design of copper washer “supported” by an aluminum auto part donated by Ralco Industries.
28” antique metal chain
Mend on the Move, a 501(c)(3) non-profit social enterprise, employs survivors of abuse in Metro Detroit to create jewelry which provides them with an income while in recovery. Our jewelry is created from salvaged auto parts and car seat leather, symbolic of our commitment to serve women locally in the "motor city"