Ethically-Made Accessories

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Handcrafted jewelry and accessories that provide life changing opportunities to artisans
Peaceful Playtime

30% OFF

Natural and sustainable toys and clothing kids will love


Thousands of products that are ethical, eco-friendly, fair trade, and give back to great causes—all in one place.

And get exclusive discounts!


The DoneGood team vets every brand on our site to make sure they all do good for people and the planet.

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30% Off Astor & Orion

Unique jewelry, crafted with fair labor and circular design methods with recycled metals.

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30% Off Jelt Belts

Reduce your carbon footprint with comfortable and durable belts made from recycled water bottles and support job creation for rural communities in Montana.

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15% OFF Fair Anita

Jewelry & bags created by more than 8,000 female artisans worldwide. Every artisan receives 2-4x minimum wage, health insurance & scholarships.

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30% OFF Tikiri Toys

Certified non-toxic and sustainably made toys that promote development from newborns to children.

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30% OFF Starfish Project

Jewelry that helps women escape exploitation and begin new lives as jewelry-makers, photographers, and leaders.

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Americans gave $475 billion to charities last year. But we spent over 300 times more than that buying stuff!

If even a fraction of our spending can reduce poverty, fight climate change, strengthen communities—the impact is huge.

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Better for the World—and Better for YOU

Items handmade by someone paid well are almost always higher quality and last longer than stuff that's mass-produced in giant factories.

That means buying less, and spending less, over the long-run.

And non-toxic, natural products are healthier for us and our families.

Items made by DoneGood-approved brands are better for the world—and they’re just plain better too.

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Transform from a "Consumer" to a Changemaker

Current economic systems are keeping millions locked in poverty and are destroying the planet. 

Consumer spending is the force that gets businesses to change these systems. 

The more we support businesses that do good for people and the planet, the more those businesses succeed. The more other people start businesses that do good too.  Eventually, even the "Big Guys" start to improve their practices.

So--let’s not buy stuff we don’t need. Let’s no longer be “consumers.”

Instead, when we do need to buy something, let’s use our most powerful force for change--the dollars we spend--to make the world better.