We started Tierra Buena Company for two reasons: to offer a product that we believe is truly remarkable and to be a funnel of resources to help women and children who are sexually enslaved.
When choosing the name “Tierra Buena” we loved the word picture of “good earth” but had no idea until months later that our flagship product would be calcium bentonite clay – truly the best dirt on earth! We always suspected that our customers would love this high-quality clay, but it wasn’t until our research of its properties we realized, with great delight, that we’d been given an amazing gift!
We are absolutely thrilled to be offering you a product that is impressive in its ability to support the body’s systems in so many diverse ways. It validates our firm belief that God has lovingly provided us, in creation, with everything we need to sustain our bodies and live abundantly.
Our hope is that through the abundance we are given, hope and dramatic change can be provided for victims of human trafficking. Please read below to understand our deep heart for those who are tragically exploited. Will you stand with us? Thank you.
The mission of Tierra Buena Company, LLC from the very beginning has always been about creating a better world for all of us.
To that end we are committed to funneling 15% of every purchase along with other resources to stop human trafficking by offering an exceptional product that harnesses the life–giving power of creation.
Be sure to click below to find out more and see how your contributions could help save a life!
Human slavery is a well-hidden but pervasive modern-day horror that is occurring globally. It is estimated to be a $32 billion dollar industry. The UN has calculated that across the world 27 million people are in bondage to sex slavery, 80% of which are women are girls and that 1 million children are being exploited by the global commercial sex trade, every year.
Over 20,000 women and children are trafficked across the southern border of the United States each year where they will be held captive and endure years of daily rape and beatings. The average age of a girl sold or kidnapped into slavery is 12-14 but there are reports of children as young as age 6 being put out for hire.
The average life expectancy of a child after being trafficked is just seven years. Girls enslaved in trafficking face 51 times greater risk of homicide than the general population, making prostitution the deadliest ‘job’ for women. The average girl enslaved in the sex industry is forced into sex 20 to 48 times each day, making ‘return on the investment’ extremely high.