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TassaTags A TassaTag is a 4″x6″ bright, hand-woven cotton luggage tag that helps you spot your luggage more easily.

What makes Tassatag different from other luggage tags?
Besides being practical, environmentally sensitive, and fair trade, TassaTags serve a much larger purpose than simply helping you spot your luggage.

  • It is an ECPAT-USA social enterprise project. Every time you purchase a TassaTag, you support ECPAT-USA (End Child Prostitution and Trafficking), a non-profit children’s rights organization whose mission is to protect children in the US and abroad from commercial sexual exploitation.
  • TassaTags are made by women at The Regina Center in Nongkhai, Thailand which provides income generating skills and opportunities for women and pre-school education for their children. The project enables women to stay in their villages and keep their children in school, which are two major strategies in reducing sex trafficking. The Regina Center is one of the producing partners of HandCrafting Justice. HandCrafting Justice is a member of the Fair Trade Federation.

  • Displaying your TassaTag helps to raise awareness of the commercial sexual exploitation of children, sends the message that the sexual exploitation of children is not acceptable and allows you to be an advocate for children’s rights issues.
  • Read What Makes TassaTag So Important.

    • With a TassaTag you will be part of the ECPAT project by increasing the recognition of the TassaTag logo as a symbol against the sexual slavery and trafficking of children, raising greater awareness of this major illegal trade around the world, and being a voice positively addressing a serious children’s rights issue.

    • The Regina Center

    • With a TassaTag you support The Regina Center in Nongkhai, Thailand which provides education and income generating skills and opportunities for women. All proceeds from sales are returned to the producers. The project enables women to stay in their villages and keep their children in school, which are two major strategies in reducing sex trafficking. The Regina Center is one of the producing partners of HandCrafting Justice. HandCrafting Justice is a member of the Fair Trade Federation.