Three dudes taught themselves how to crochet really cool, high-quality knitwear! Then started a non-profit empowering artisans making all sorts of great clothes in high-risk areas of Uganda and Peru. The Kids pay good wages and provide education and mentorship programs. Every product's tag is signed in ink by the real person who made it.
Total badasses making built-to-last outdoor products and experiences that fund poverty relief, move people to do good, and inspire adventure. One model of their packs is made of scrap material--so no two are alike!
Shop over 8 million new and used books, college textbooks and more at bargain prices. Free shipping worldwide. They donate a book for every one they sell. Over 20 million books donated and over $20 million raised for literacy and libraries.
Classic design combined with extraordinary craftsmanship makes for shoes that are perfect for both work and play. Nisolo pays above fair trade wages and healthcare benefits, as well as providing life-changing personal development programs. They see shoemaking as art--that shows through in their products, and the way they support their artists.
Barret went to Ethiopia, met women coming out of the commercial sex trade and decided to start a business that would create an opportunity for women to be empowered to start a new life. Now providing pathways out of poverty for women across the developing world, and in Nashville, TN.
Timeless style on a mission, Sseko Designs offers versatile footwear and apparel handmade in East Africa. Each item helps send a woman to college and provides dignified work skills. Founder Liz started Sseko while living in Uganda, and traveled the U.S. cross-country selling sandals out of her car to send the first three women to college. Since then, Sseko has sent nearly 100 women to college!
Print your favorite photos - on wood! The coolest new filter for turning those popular Instagram pics into something you can have in your home or office. The folks at WoodSnap love their jobs and the company culture almost as much as their customers love their wood-finished product. All wood is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), and the company plants a tree for every snap that's sold.
The only thing Looptworks scraps is the typical way of doing business. They make super durable, good-looking travel and tote bags, backpacks, apparel and accessories out of 100% upcycled materials. They're keeping tons (literally) of useful material from going to the landfill. And, they have the Loopt4Life Guarantee to ensure you've got a product you can use forever!
Founders Jackie and Evan went on a trip to Texas, the place they stayed at had bathrobes so nice that they didn't take them off for days! They thought, we could make robes this comfortable but with cooler designs--and make them ethically. All robes made in USA by workers paid a living wage, and with a very low-waste process--they even use little scraps left over to make mini-robes for beer bottles (no joke).
This family-owned business has been helping artists and art-enthusiasts find the right frame for over 50 years. They have a zero-waste policy, never sending materials to landfills, and are committed to keeping all aspects of production for their high-quality frames in the USA.
We get the name, the shoes are as strong as a fortress! The company challenges anyone to find a higher-quality pair. The brand's founder Evan went backpacking in Peru in 2004 and discovered this cool-looking, durable style. Each pair is still handmade by Peruvian shoemakers who work in excellent conditions and receive health care and social security benefits.
Classy casual clothes, sewn and signed by women overcoming sex trafficking in Nepal. Katie, the founder, started the company out of her house after a trip to Nepal. Now the business has grown and she and her team are helping women who've gotten out of the sex trade to become empowered and self-sufficient, one elegant tee at a time. Btw--free shipping and returns within the U.S.!
Founder Jeremy started the company after his running shirt bled toxic red dye all over him. Consistently named a B Corp "Best for the World" for their commitment to socially responsible practices. Just as committed to quality. Made in Maine from recycled materials and non-toxic dyes.
Encircled's founder Kristi started Encircled in her kitchen with a sewing machine she bought on Craig's List! Now they've grown into a full-fledged brand making really comfortable small batch clothing--all made in Toronto with ethical production practices and eco-friendly fabrics, up-cycling their excess fabrics, and using recyclable shipping materials.
Yoga Democracy's vibrant and colorful line of yoga pants and other apparel are made with recycled fibers and less water in their facility in Cave Creek, Arizona. Who better than Arizonans to know the importance of conserving water!
Helps women in Asia escape trafficking and exit the sex trade by providing living wage jobs making really cool jewelry. The women are also trained to develop new skills so they can move up to roles as managers, accountants, graphic designers and photographers, and on to fulfilling careers. The non-profit provides shelter, health care, counseling-and for the first time, hope-for thousands of women!
Organic basics for infants and kids ethically-made in Toronto, Canada. Founder Alyssa created mini mioche after having her first child and discovering it was hard to find simple, sustainble essentials for children. mini mioche uses organic fabrics, low-impact dyes, and recycled packaging, with the ultimate goal of leaving the planet a little better for our little ones.
Babies are precious and priceless. The fabrics that touch their skin should be safe and pure! The fibers in Babies4Babies' blankets are 100% GOTS organic cotton and are printed with toxin-free, water-based inks. They're made in a zero waste factory in Portland where the workforce is entirely female and earn a living wage. A safe birth kit is donated to refugee women with each purchase. Talk about a bundle of joy!
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