Sacred Story Weavers

We are so grateful you are here!


Sacred Weavers Collective is a social impact project to uplift indigenous communities, starting in Mexico.

Chiapas Mexico, Is one of the culturally richest areas, but yet one of the economically poorest. Is a struggle to get their basic needs met, and deal with unexpected events, such as earthquakes and land displacements, on a continual basis.

Sacred Weavers offers a consistent channel of financial stability to our artisanal cacao producers and handweaving artisans, to bring you high quality real chocolate and original handmade pieces.

We are a direct trade organization, which means we pay the artisans what they feel is a fair price, and sometimes more.

We use the profits from your purchase to fund life quality improvement, women’s empowerment, nutrition and financial education workshops.

This helps our women empowerment and nutrition workshops.

Join us and make it happen.

We need your support to make this project sustainable.

These are the ways you can uplift us in creating immediate change in the lives of many artisan families from the Chiapas highland villages, home of over 5 indigenous ethnicities including Tzotzil, Tzeltal, Ch'ol, and Mayan.

Help us to weave a solid foundation for our artisanal producers while we bring you the best chocolate you could have and original, handmade artisanry.


​You can become a Collector and buy one of our Artisan Boxes



​Financial Empowerment Gift



​Become an Appreciator and donate one time or once a month any amount you wish!

Host your own fudraiser to build our education found and give back to your community



​By hosting a Sacred Weavers Event put on your own fundraiser for us or co-host a live Sacred Weavers pop-up event email to find out more.

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Sell the Sacred Weavers Artisanal products at your store, café, or event! Email to find out more

How the Sacred Weavers began



Thank you for taking the time to connect with us!  

My name is Valerie Karla. I have been walking a shamanic path through healings and ceremonies since 2012. Last year was an incredible year of shifts accompanied by a desire to serve a higher purpose. This calling brought me back to my country of origin, Mexico, where I have always had a loving connection and soul urge to uplift the indigenous communities.  I followed this loving call to San Cristobal, a small city in Chiapas, Mexico.

 I immediately saw a gap between the way the People express themselves in beauty through their connection and ways to treat mother earth through the Artisanal goods that they create, and the lingering strife that they live on a daily basis from centuries of marginalization, often times struggling to get their basic needs met for themselves and their families.  Needs like food, safety and security, clothing, shelter, and time to rest.

What followed was a spark which illuminated my vision to create the Sacred Weaver's project.

What is the Sacred Weavers Movement



A social impact project serving the indigenous communities surrounding San Cristobal, where the Tzotzil, Tzeltal, Mayan, and Ch'ol people reside where we effort to uplift them to improve their quality of life and conserve their original ways of living

Sacred Weavers uplifts the Indigenous communities whose primary source of living comes from growing their cacao (where chocolate comes from), handwoven and handmade artisanal goods, and coffee. Since their commercial outlets are limited, they often struggle to sell enough to support themselves and their families in meaningful ways.

We strive to uplift these communities by providing a conscious, fair trade channel for them to sell their goods and bring awareness of their lives to the rest of the world. 

We believe that we are all One human family and it is up to us to create a global community that walks in oneness towards unity. Where we are able to exchange our cultures, wisdom, and goods and by doing this, uplift humanity so that we can all live in fair, abundant conditions. 


Reweave the Tapestry of Oneness

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