Child's Cup Full (CCF) is a non-profit social enterprise with a mission to provide training and employment opportunities to refugee and low-income women artisans in the West Bank. As a registered 501(c)3 organization, CCF has a small team in the United States that markets and sells handcrafted products made by Palestinian refugee women artisans. The funds generated from our sales are utilized to pay the artisans' salaries, to maintain the artisan centers, and to eventually create grassroots early childhood development programs for refugee children in the West Bank. CCF is the creator and implementer of the idea, concept and actualization of all artisan centers and product lines.
Since 2012, CCF has developed its artisan center in Zababdeh, where refugee women have been trained and employed to make handcrafted educational children's toys in Zababdeh, a village outside of Jenin. In 2015, CCF launched its second line of hand-embroidered shoes, jewelry and accessories called Darzah. All Child's Cup Full toys and Darzah products are small batch product lines. They are sold on the ChildsCupFull.org website andDarzah.org website, as well as through a small group of retailers.