Sanctuary, Inc. has partnered with local small businesses to sell a festive ornament this holiday season.
Designed by The Collective 270, the 3-inch-by-5-inch wood ornament features silver shimmer with the word ‘peace’ at the center. The ornament hangs from a purple ribbon, which is the national color for domestic violence awareness.
Sanctuary, Inc. executive director Heather Lancaster said, “We are grateful for the newly established partnership with The Collective 270 who has creatively found a way to express sentiments of peace. Creating a world of peace, starts by ending violence on a local level. Each day Sanctuary, Inc. strives to support and empower survivors as they build their lives free from abuse. The participation from our local businesses promotes Sanctuary’s mission, and we thank them for their active participation this holiday season.”
The Collective 270 owners Josh Osteen and Michael Phillips said they wanted to provide something that was reflective of Sanctuary’s mission.
“The word ‘peace’ can have many interpretations, but we were drawn to the symbolism of a butterfly and how peaceful their existence is in our world,” Osteen said. “We hope people can learn something from these butterflies and spread more peace.”
Ornaments are $20 and proceeds benefit Sanctuary, Inc. To purchase an ornament, visit one of the following locations through Dec. 24 while products last:
Southern Honey Boutique
110 E. Ninth St., Hopkinsville
The Corner Coffee House
1100 S. Main St., Hopkinsville
Ruffled Willow Floral Company
3026 Fort Campbell Blvd., Hopkinsville
Milkweed Health and Harmony Emporium
202 E. Ninth St., Hopkinsville
The Farmer’s Daughter Boutique
1222 Skyline Drive, Hopkinsville
Lasater’s Coffee and Tea
10632 Eagle Way Bypass, Hopkinsville
Hopkinsville-Christian Co. Chamber of Commerce
2800 Fort Campbell Blvd., Hopkinsville