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In the 18 years since the project's inception, we have worked with more than a thousand artisans who have produced more than 63,800 pieces. Hand-made JungleVine® products are currently sold in approximately 400 boutiques in 27 countries and territories worldwide. The project continues to expand to additional Khmu villages as more of the world becomes aware of the products and demand grows.
The Khmu are eager to create their traditional handicrafts, as it gives them an opportunity to earn income while working from home in their remote villages, preserving their traditional tribal culture.
In Khmu culture, everyone in a village looks out for the elderly and infirm, working together to make sure everyone has a place to live and food to eat. Artisans who create JungleVine® products not only improve the lives of their families, but their entire villages.
IRS Form 990
The IRS Form 990 is used by tax-exempt organizations in the United States and is required by the IRS to report all activities related to the organization's mission.
The JungleVine Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation operating as a public charity under section 509(a)(2) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service code. Contributions, bequests, devices, transfers, and gifts are tax deductible and can be made online or by mail at 3319 3rd St, Suite 2, Des Moines IA 50313, USA. EIN 46-4237069
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