Beza Threads

Beza Threads partners with an organization in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia that rescues children from forced labor and prostitution. The former slaves are rehabilitated and taught life skills to enable them to work for themselves. Beza Threads purchases scarves made by these former slaves and sells them in the United States, then sends all the profits back to Ethiopia so that more slaves can be rescued.

Through their new brand, website and print materials, Beza Threads communicates the hope that is brought to the rescued slaves and inspires visitors to partner with them to help eradicate slavery worldwide.


Beza Threads helps fund an Ethiopian nonprofit that rescues girls from forced prostitution by selling the scarves they’ve created during recovery. Every scarf sold is a night off the street for a child.

Every scarf buys one night on the path to freedom.
Worldwide it is currently estimated there are 1.8 million child sex slaves in prostitution being sold for sex for as little as $0.25 an encounter.
“Juicebox Interactive has been wonderful to work with and we couldn't be happier with the finished product.”
— Josiah Carter, Founder of Beza Threads