The Lebanon Home for Women
A favorite LPGM partner project is the Lebanon Home in Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu, South India. The Lebanon Home, operated and managed by the Arcot Lutheran Church, provides a safe and productive environment for women who are widowed or abandoned (which is common in India) and their children. About 40 women live on this campus supporting themselves and their family by weaving. They work in a beautiful weaving house that creates community and family for women who are not valued by society.
If you would like to acquire linens made by the women of the Lebanon Home you can get them from LPGM at any time. We often have tablecloths, placemats, runners, napkins, washcloths, dishcloths, and a variety of kitchen towels like some of the items pictured here.
Our inventory ebbs and flows over time so the best way for you to see what we have available is to visit us at our office. If that isn’t possible, we can discuss the items on the phone and we can mail you an order as well.
At various times during the year these linens are also offered at a fair trade event or church bazaar. We will post those on the LPGM Out & About in the Community page found on the sidebar of our homepage. If you would like to host an event at your church or school, please contact us.
100% of your contribution for the items go directly to the Lebanon Home for the women. We welcome designated contributions, in any amount, at any time, to the Lebanon home as well which will provide additional support for general maintenance of campus buildings.