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

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Jewelry that empowers women who have escaped sex-trafficking. Every piece provides measurable impact.

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BUILD A BETTER WORLD WITH EVERY PURCHASE

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.

DoneGood shoppers have moved over $2 million in spending away from companies that use sweatshops, pay poverty wages, and pollute the environment…

…to really cool brands that make the world better instead

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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.