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Impacting the world through socially responsible gifting.

When Lauri Pastrone stepped through the door of a one-room Rwandan structure in 2016, she had no idea that she would leave changed — inspired by a chance meeting and a big dream.

She dreamt of creating an opportunity for artisans in disenfranchised areas to craft beautifully made, memorable gifts for businesses like yours, providing these makers an income and renewed dignity.

Today, Peace by Piece International is thrilled to provide corporate gifts unique to your business. Handmade, curated, and customizable, our gift lines are designed to make a lasting impact across the globe and a lasting impression here at home.

Make an impact...

Each gift is lovingly made by master artisans in communities affected by war, genocide, human trafficking, climate disasters, political strife, or incarceration. By purchasing from Peace by Piece, you’re providing opportunity and restoring dignity to these artisans and their families.

…while making an impression.

From your boss to your employees, from throwing the perfect event to attracting the right talent, our gifts go a long way in setting your business apart.

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“Investors are more likely to be attracted to and continue to support companies that demonstrate a commitment not only to employees and customers, but also to causes and organizations that impact the lives of others.”

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Give the gift that tells their story…

Each of our gifts comes with a story card about the communities and organizations you’re affecting, so both gift giver and receiver can see the implications of your choice.

...and highlights yours.

We are proud to partner with leading businesses like yours to showcase your support. From the hands crafting your gifts to the hands that shape your business, we’ll help you share this piece of your story through traditional or digital means.

“Corporate social responsibility does not only affect public perception. In fact, 53% of businesses reviewed reported a positive relationship between corporate citizenship and financial performance”

JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS (2010)

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