Category Archives: Giving Gypsy
Help us, Help Others ~ the Gypsy Sisters have pledged along with their sister company Gypsy Soule to help others in need. Stay tuned to hear stories of The Giving Gypsies in Action and ways to help!
Gypsy Soule has been featured in an article in the May/June 2013 issue of Cowboys & Indians. The Giving Gypsies contacted New River Fellowship of Weatherford in hopes to find a way to give shoes to people in need. From there, they were put through to Bill and Danielle Ford who founded the charity, Millions From One, that recognizes the need for drinkable water in Third World countries. This summer, women from these countries will receive more than 3,600 pairs of shoes from that were donated by Gypsy Soule. Make sure and get your copy today!
Press Release for Gypsy Soule The Gypsy Soule company based in Weatherford, Texas, has built their company with values that inspire and instill confidence in women through their unique shoe line and accessories. Lorinda Van Newkirk and Amy Moorehouse, the founding partners of Gypsy Soule, have always had the desire to give back to their community. Now, this heart of generosity has emerged with a global impact. In August of 2012, Gypsy Soule contacted New River Fellowship and Millions from One partner, Bill Ford, to discuss impacting women in third world countries by donating shoes to help them create micro …
Some of you may know our Gypsy Sister contributor Leah Walker, but many don’t know why she is dedicated to travel and living each day to the fullest. Here is a glimpse into what inspires her, what she stands for and why she does what she does. Here is a story that shows the love and bond between Mother and Daughter. We “borrowed” one of her blogs to repost because it touched our hearts and our souls. We know it will inspire you as it has us.
Two years ago in March, Brandi Todd was spending the day with her two children in a local park in Stephenville, Texas. It was a beautiful day, sunny not many clouds in the sky. She noticed a man acting strangely and before she knew it, it felt like she had been shot. Her life forever changed in that moment. Brandi wasn’t shot that day, she was stabbed by a mentally unstable man who didn’t even know her. A random act of violence witnessed by her children that left her with 90% of her spinal cord severed and a 1% …