Lusso Bags Is Now Closed

Jan 5, 2014 by

Lusso Bags is Now Closed

Thank you for following The Lusso Report for the last 3 years. I enjoyed creating a socially responsible company that supported woman around the world. 2014 has arrived and so have BIG changes for my family personally. We are moving abroad for my husbands job so the time has come to leave my product business behind. I will be working as a small business coach, which I LOVE. For more information head on over to nmlcoaching.com

Blessings!

Nicole Lombardo

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Closing Sale-50% off everything!

Dec 8, 2013 by

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Hello Family and Friends,

I just wanted to say Thank You for all the support in this Lusso Bags venture. The last 3 years have been a learning experience and I am so happy to have played a part in this huge movement towards socially conscious buying. 

My husband and I are moving to New Zealand in January. I have decided to close down Lusso Bags while living abroad. 

I would like to extend a 50% to everything on the Lusso Bags website. No coupon necessary. (These bags make great Christmas gifts.)

Thank you for all your support. :)

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Your voice can make a difference: Read how it has in the Maldives

Oct 9, 2013 by

Earlier this spring we were planning a trip with another couple and looking at going to the Maldives. The hotel we wanted was booked and we ended up going to France. Right after we switched our plans, I received an email from Avaaz to sign a petition against a 15-year-old girl being flogged. The girl was sentenced to receive 100 lashings because her stepfather raped her and took her virginity. I was relieved that I didn’t book my ticket to Maldives, because I would never support a country that allows young girls like this to be flogged because she was raped.

Since then, two million people signed Avaaz’ petition and the sentence was over turned. I encourage everyone to go support Avaaz because we need to take a stand and fight for others around the world. Avaaz is a web movement that brings people-powered politics to decision-making around the world. They work to empower people around the world to take action. That’s what we urge you to do. It takes less than a minute to sign Avazz’ petition via email. Your support can help change the lives of people around the world.

Check out the Avaaz website for ways to make a difference in the world

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Survivors For Solutions

Jun 25, 2013 by

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I would like to introduce you to my friend and colleague Autumn Burris, founder of Survivors for Solutions (S4S) in San Diego. S4S provides best practices consultation to governments, non-profits, and local instutions in the San Diego community to abolish all forms of sexual exploitation for all humans through awareness, education and support of survivors.

Autumn has been an activist for over 15 years and offers consulting services for advocacy, education. In the last 6 months Autumn went to the United Nations to speak on the gaps between the current global norms and the standards and policies that should be implemented in sexual exploitation.

Autumn is an expert in the human rights field and is using her expertise to create positive change in public policy reform to help sexually exploited individuals.

Find out more at Survivors for Solutions.

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Why India

Jun 4, 2013 by

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Why do you care about the women in India?
This question has been popping up in conversation more and more so I thought I would take the time today to explain a little bit about my choice in working with women in India.
It is simple! Working with women in India was the first opportunity that was presented.
My cousin introduced me to the issue of human trafficking by sharing her stories of living and working in Bangladesh. She had just returned from a trip to both Bangladesh and India and told me a story of meeting some women at a company called Freeset. After hearing that Freeset employs survivors of human trafficking and teaches them to sew. I decided to order some bags and sell them online to help raise awareness.
After a year or so I was introduced by a business partner to a wonderful man named PLN Murthy. Murthy works with Bibles to Nations (BTN) in India and had just started a program called Empowering Widows’ Children. This program reaches out to widows’ children that live on the streets to offer them a year long program to learn tailoring and cosmetology work. After the year long program, they graduate with the skills, tools and certification to start their own business.
As the doors open I have been stepping out in faith to work with these organizations to help with prevention and recovery of human trafficking. It just so happens to be in India. :)
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