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Your pledge for one museum-quality rug will empower and employ one refugee for up to one year. Introducing: The Anka Cooperative.
Your pledge for one museum-quality rug will empower and employ one refugee for up to one year. Introducing: The Anka Cooperative.
671 backers pledged $100,408 to help bring this project to life.

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      Haruka Gomi on July 7

      I've got mine yesterday. Thank you!
      But these coasters are made well, too good for me! hehe

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      Ali Demir
      Superbacker
      on June 26

      I didn't receive my photography yet;) Any progress?

      Kind regards from Germany,
      Ali

    3. H4R81N63R on June 21

      Hello. Can you kindly let me know when would my reward be shipped? I haven't received any confirmation or tracking number for the shipment, nor have I received any packages. It's becoming a bit concerning for me as some backers have commented that they received the shipment last month.

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      Gutterdrums on June 7

      Got my coasters today and they're even more beautiful then I expected! I'm afraid to use them because I don't want to mess them up! Lol Thanks again and I look forward to any future projects you start on Kickstarter!

    5. Mihir Patel on June 5

      Thank you very much. I've already hanged the piece of rug/carpet frame. It is a symbol of peace. Good luck with everything!

    6. Safaroma on May 1

      We are very happy that your project become a success and inspiring story for us, on behalf our team at safaroma ( http://kck.st/2pZhXRz ), Please accept our warmest congratulations - We are glad that your project represents the beautiful Syrian culture.

    7. Gay Russell-Dempsey on April 27

      This is such a wonderful project. So far, I've backed a "lost our lease" bakery, a start-up restaurant, The Sioux Chef, and now this wonderful project! Thanks for letting me lend a hand.
      G

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      Reirin Gumbel on April 27

      This is a wonderful project! I am a weaver myself, and I know how much satisfaction and peace can be created with this craft. I have in the past worked with children in California and will again volunteer at the Gaenslen School in Milwaukee in June. Very excited about the coasters!

    9. Ash and Eli on April 18

      Sam hit the nail on the head with those sentiments. Very happy to be a part of this wonderful project. They might complain but I'll try and get our backers involved by giving it a mention.

      Best wishes to all involved.

    10. Paul Kasdan on April 10

      I am very touched and deeply impressed. I am not sure how to reach out to the founder, but in the future I have a vision for a joint project I have thought about for many years. I would like to do a write up for my blog as well.

    11. Sam Mallikarjunan on April 1

      I'm incredibly proud to support this project. Joshua and his team are not only helping Syrian refugees, but they're proving out a model of using startup and business strategies to mitigate problems in unconventional ways. Government aid is great, but helping people in need create their own sustainability is even better!

      Go AnkaCoop go!

    12. Mihir Patel on March 29

      I am very happy to be a part of this campaign. Good Luck.