Shops that have several types of goods!
7 Hopes United – With the hope of uniting the continents to recognize fair trade and to bring ethical goods to be shared around the world, 7 Hopes United sells blankets, kitchen goods, home decor, shoes, clothing, accessories, and bags.
Accompany – Featuring some of the coolest, most beautiful and one-of-a-kind apparel, bags, jewelry, and accessories. Each and every piece picked has a story behind it and embodies exemplary design. Handmade pieces and ethically sourced items that bring human impact and fashion impact together to create feel-good goods through a look-good lens.
Ananda Soul – An ethically produced jewelry and clothing label based in Ubud, Bali. They have a passion for sustainable and ethical production.
Badala– Joelle McNamara traveled to Africa for the first time befriending women who were prostituting themselves just to feed their children. Instead of asking for hand outs, they were looking for opportunities. Bandala sells jewelry, accessories, and housewares, born out of this request for employment.
Bambeco– Making beautiful glassware, ceramics, wood pieces, and habitats for critters, they are committed to 3 core causes: Fair Wages & Safe Workplaces, Clean Water & Water Conservation and Forest Preservation & Restoration. They plant a tree with every purchase. By 2020, they will have neutralized their carbon footprint on the planet.
Betsy & Iya– A brick and mortar shop selling goods by independent artists and designers from around the country using ethically sourced materials. Buy wedding bands, cards, home goods, bath and body products, clothing, bags, accessories, decor, and candles.
Better Way Imports– selling artisan made and ethically produced goods of apparel, bags, paper goods, accessories, and jewelry.
Biome– a certified B corporation company filled with zero waste and recyclable items such as water bottles, menstrual cups, razors, food wraps, containers, baby products, natural hair and skin care products, home goods, make up, sheets, seeds, Fair Trade chocolate, and much more.
Bought Beautifully – Helping orphans, widows, survivors of human trafficking, and bringing sustainability by selling ethically made products of jewelry, home goods, clothing, accessories, and bags while partnering with organizations and companies to show God’s love to a hurting world.
Bridge of Faith – Selling Fair Trade and ethically made artisan goods from Nigeria in order to help with the health and human services in the Awka, Nigeria area.
Cath Kidston– This is a company sells loads of clothing and accessories like umbrellas, purses, wallets, and glasses cases. They sell snow globes, kid items and clothing, candles, stationary, baby items, shoes, and fun themed items all that are created to ensure proper sourcing with the global slavery act in mind.
Connected Artisans– Holding tight to strict Fair Trade Federation and World Fair Trade Organization created items and fair wages, this company sells beautiful products like storage baskets, Kantha quilts, home goods, ceramics, kitchen items, jewelry, and accessories.
Crossroads Trade– Working with indigenous peoples from around the world to keep their craft alive, this company sells Fair Trade products like baskets, stuffed animals, cards, textiles, jewelry, and more.
Cuyana – This company makes items like bags, leather goods, accessories, and clothing that are crafted from craftsmen fairly treated in China, US, South America, and Europe. Their mission is to empower women, the “Lean Closet” movement was created to give victims of abuse a fresh start in partnership with H.E.A.R.T. They will send you a linen bag to fill with the things that are no longer of use to you. Mail the bag back to us with the included shipping label, and for every donation you make, you will receive a $10 credit towards your next Cuyana purchase.
Della – This is a socially responsible fashion line working directly with a community in Ghana, West Africa. Every product is carefully handcrafted using authentic textiles sourced in the Volta Region. The passionate, talented women and men who create the pieces are given an opportunity to build a foundation for a better life through jobs, education and skills training. Every dollar earned at Della goes toward providing employment, education and financial stability for women and men in Ghana. Our employees receive a steady, fair income and are empowered through education via micro-financing, savings and entrepreneurship classes. They sell clothing, headbands, bags, and cases for devices.
Enrou – A curated marketplace of meaningful products (home goods, jewelry, bags, and accessories). Every single purchase provides opportunity and empowers makers all around the world. They have a goal to inspire people to craft, curate, and discover a life of meaning.
Fair & Square Imports – Fair Trade artisan made items in a brick and mortar store in Texas. They sell games, holiday items, kitchen goods, jewelry, bags, stationary, and apparel.
Fair Trade Winds – Artisan and Fair Trade goods such as bags, clothing, journals, cards, jewelry, and housewares.
FashionABLE – Women made items from Ethiopia, Mexico, Peru, and Tennessee to help support and give a way for business opportunities for those who make the goods.
They sell shoes, bags, clothes, and jewelry.
GAIA: Empowered Women – Handmade items by refugee women who resettled in Dallas. They sell vintage and artisan-made items while using sustainable materials. The goal is to help the refugees become financially independent. They sell jewelry, bags, accessories, clothing, pillows, and kid items.
Global Goods Partners – creating sustainable jobs for women who are artisans. They partner with 60 artisan groups in 20 countries selling jewelry, home goods, accessories, holiday gifts, and kid items.
The Green Life – A Fair Trade certified, cruelty free, B Corporation company offering housewares, foods, cosmetics, clothing, pet supplies, candles, vitamins, bags, and more!
Greenheart Shop – Chicago’s only non-profit, fair trade shop. They source products and curate a collection that does as little harm as possible – to people, communities, and the environment. All of the products sold are fair trade, eco-friendly, or carry a social mission. They sell frames, blankets, vases, candles, food, drinks, jewelry, journals, kid items, kitchen items, and glassware.
Here There and Everywhere – A nonprofit, repurposed goods platform that provides survivors of economic hardships, domestic abuse, sexual assault, and human trafficking with an avenue for creative expression. While incorporating healing arts and ethical design concepts. Survivors are taught vocational & entrepreneurial skills in sewing, jewelry making, and crafts to bring new life to discarded items.
ImagiNations -Bringing various artworks, crafts, jewelry and clothing from around the world to you. They are committed to “doing the right thing” whether that means purchasing from certified fair trade wholesalers or working with the artist directly.
Jewel & Lotus – Working with artisans from around the world to bring Fair trade, organic, vegan, eco-friendly goods to help a social enterprise and sustainable livelihood. They sell coffee, clothing for men and women, jewelry, tea, bath and body items, home and living goods, bags, and accessories.
Kaight – In caring for the environment and people, this Fair trade, organic, zero-waste, and reclaimed company offers clothing, swimwear, beauty products, decor, and men’s items like hats and beard care.
Kanzi – A fair trade, social business whose mission is to create sustainable sources of income for East African artisans and communities. They offer bags, clothing, jewelry, kid items, and home goods.
Karama Collection – Small business developing company that helps artisans in Africa living in poverty to have restoration. They make jewelry, baby and kid items, natural skin care, stationary and gifts, Christmas items, apparel and accessories, and leather made items.
Krotchet Kids intl. – Originally known for their winter headwear knit by artisans, they now offer clothing for both men and women, bags, and accessories. Each item helps break the cycle of poverty. This is a non-profit company.
The Little Market – a non-profit to help women artisans showcase their skills to a broader audience. These women can work from home while caring for their children. They receive business training and healthcare as well as literacy programs. Their children are able to go to school with the purchases made as well. They make and sell products such as bags of great variety, linens, dining items made of wood and ceramics and glass, home decor, bath items, baskets, candles, spa items, baby and kid items, and spa items.
Manosfair – Handmade and Fair Trade fashion accessories and gifts. It includes bags, yoga mat carriers, candles, games, jewelry, home ware, and gift items.
Maya Works – A nonprofit social venture that empowers indigenous women of Guatemala to achieve economic security by providing markets for their handcrafted products, access to microcredit loans and expanded educational opportunities. These items include jewelry, kid items, bags, home goods, Judaica items, and Holiday decor.
Mercy Shop – Items are made by empowered women around the world who create product to provide for their families. They engage with women through maternity homes in Kenya and employment working with more than 29 countries. They sell jewelry, posters, cards, seasonal items, mens items, clothing, kid and baby items, bags, and more.
Modavanti/Done Good – a B Certified company with many various products such as clothing for men and women, home goods, beauty products, office supplies, coffee, shoes, food, outdoor items, bags, pet items, active wear, and more.
Newly -Recycling the old for new items with this certified B corporation. They make and sell glassware, trays, and blankets out of recycled items.
Not on the High Street – With 5,000 makers, From jewellery makers and engravers to chocolatiers and artisan bakers, this company includes creative entrepreneurs bringing unique, thoughtful gifts to you. The list of items that are made and sold are many, such as specific items you’d want for your wedding, all the baby items you have need for the nursery, home and garden items, cooking needs, jewelry, cards, and furniture.
One World Fair Trade – They believe in a safe and healthy workplace, one free of any form of forced or child labor. They are Fair Trade, working with over 50 countries. They sell authentic handmade gifts, jewelry, home decor, art, sculpture, textiles, clothing and women’s accessories representing the diverse cultures of artisans in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Middle East and the United States. The sale of their products improve the livelihood of disadvantaged artisans and help pay for food, education, healthcare and housing for those who would otherwise lack opportunity for a stable income.
Oxfam -This is an Australian Fair Trade company. When you buy their beautiful, unique, handmade products, you help them empower artisans and farmers from around the globe to lift themselves out of poverty. They sell bags, wallets, clothing, jewelry, chocolate, coffee, tea, cookware, dinnerware, home decor, garden items, and holiday items.
Plumo – This company sources products that are original in design, beautifully crafted and a little different from what you usually see. They tend to work with artisans, co-operatives from Africa to Asia; designers that have just come out of college and any kind of creative people that just make beautiful things like shoes, bags, jewelry, clothing, and home decor and items.
Renegades of Chic – This company is to help empower women who make the products to lead in change in their communities and improve working conditions to where they live. They make and sell baby items, jewelry, purses, scarves, blankets, pillows, and hats.
The Rooted Tree – A family run business for artisans. They make sunglasses, watches, customized items, and leather bracelets.
SanYork Fair Trade – Their project in Peru is about promoting and employing skilled artisans in need for a market place, upholding fair trade values, respecting local traditions and family structures. Buy alpaca-haired apparel and rugs, folk art, accessories, recycled items and art, blankets, textiles, and more.
Sapahn – Purses, jewelry, handbags, scarves, and home goods are made and sold by over 500 Fair Trade artisans in Mayanmar/Burma and Thailand.
Serrv – This is a non-profit Fair Trade company that has existed for nearly 70 years with over a 1,000 unique artisan made goods of a wide variety. They have helped empower over 8,000 artisans over the decades. They sell housewares, foods, bath and body products, holiday gifts, garden items, fashion products, kitchen items, and many more items.
St. Frank – Whatever you imagine a living room should or could have, this company has it! They work with a range of artisan organizations from Fair Trade certified to social impact award-winners, and from those reviving lost historical craft to those working with organic materials and environmentally-friendly methods.
Ten Thousand Villages – In 1946, this was the pioneer company for creating fair trade and artisan outreach to connect the US with the rest of the world with an ethical goal of helping communities to be empowered to be pulled out of poverty. They sell items such as housewares, clothing, instruments for kids, outdoor items, jewelry, accessories, bath and body products, candles, world treasures, decor, and so much more.
Thistle Farms – Many of the people who make these items are survivors of human trafficking. Using a comprehensive model offers women hope and healing through a holistic residential program, employment with one of their social enterprises, and a growing national and global network dedicated to changing a culture that allows human beings to be bought and sold. They specialize in essential oils, personal care items, books, gifts, candles, apparel, outdoor items, home goods, and bath items.
True Ethic – Offering Fair Trade artisan goods such as jewelry, purses, home decor, kitchen towels, and more. They also sell local Minnesota made goods and American made artisan goods such as ceramics, jewelry, and art.
To the Market – This company unites various artisans companies to help them grow in their businesses. They help those who are at-risk in the US, those who suffer from HIV/AIDS, and to help vulnerable women.
Traidcraft – With partnering with co-operations that are ethically sourcing and creating goods, they are fair trade pioneers in the UK, advocating the importance of organic farming, sustainability, and transparency to the lives of growers and artisans around the world.
Upavim Crafts – Various Fair Trade gifts and crafts that directly support community educational and medical programs.
Wanderlust People – An Australian company that believes in bringing authentic, global treasures and that genuinely respects and uplifts the craftspeople and cultures that produced them.
Yobel Market – This Fair Trade certified company empowers and promotes the value of exploited, displaced, and impoverished people groups of the world through the development of sustainable economic opportunities.
The Lucky Honey Bee – New Jersey made candles that also include artisan candles to hand made soaps and apothecary goods.
Prosperity Candle – Every candle is handpoured by a woman artisan building a brighter future for herself and her family using all-natural soy & coconut waxes, pure cotton and wood wicks, and premium fragrances made with essential oils.
Terralite – Fair Trade certified company that is an artisan line of botanical candles as well as bath & body products. These candles are thoughtfully selected for their beauty, quality, and environmental sustainability.
White Birch Candle Co. – Unique handmade candles and birch tree holders in New Jersey
Children’s Clothes, Toys, & Baby Items
Bella Luna Toys – This toy company is devoted to making natural and safe toys that can be sustainable and recycled while containing imaginative play. While most of their toys are made in USA, Europe, or Canada, the ones made overseas are certified to be ethically and sustainably made. They are members of Green America required to have fair-trade practices.
Brave Little Ones – A Christian clothing company that helps sponsor a child to go to school while also providing 400 meals to children in Rwanda per month.
Burt’s Bees Baby – Fair Trade organic items that promote sustainability that are earth-friendly.
Colored Organics – A company devoted in providing fair wages in fair labor practices. Every purchase also helps those in need through partnerships with organizations.
Cuddle + Kind – These hand-knit animal dolls that give meals to children in need with every purchase. This is a Fair Trade company helping families and workers who make them in Peru.
Dhana Inc. – a B Corporation to help both environment and human right issues to value the workers behind the items. Selling clothing items for babies and children as well as adults
Green Toys – A US made toy company using recycled materials. These are toys made for kids and babies that are sustainable and environmentally friendly and non-toxic.
Fawn Shoppe – A Fair Trade company that works with various artisans selling unique toys and clothing items while using natural items and products that are organic and sourced fairly.
Hape Toys – The largest wooden toy producer that uses sustainable practices while also using their money towards the building of schools.
The Honest Co. – A transparent B Corporation company bringing healthier solutions to diapers and wipes as well as forumla and baby items for their hygiene. They give back much of their funds back to those who are in need including mothers.
Imagine Childhood – A creative, imaginative children’s play company that highlights using nature as part of the play for babies and children. They are Fair Trade with eco-friendly items that can last and be passed to others.
Kinoko Kids – Meaning “Mushroom” in Japanese, this American made toy store has unique hand crafted toys including vintage items, as the company is very into thinking about recycling and continuing to use items while renewing them too.
Little Green Radicals – a UK company that is Fair Trade, giving fair wages to their employees makes sustainable organic clothing for babies and children.
Melissa & Doug – Transparent in their supply chain, this well known company is responsible with their goods to being ethically created. They sell toys that are for babies through young children that provide educational purposes and fun.
Misha & Puff – Hand knit clothing items by artisans in Peru with ethically sourced materials. This is a Fair Trade company that gives fair wages to their workers.
Nova Natural – A toy company that practices sustainability by working with small businesses and artisans to supply families with heirloom quality, non-disposable toys that support healthy lifestyles in balance with the environment.
Oeuf – Items that are handmade in Bolivia by a Fair Trade women’s collective with baby alpaca wool that combines traditional craftsmanship with modern design while transforming Bolivian women’s lives and their families.
Palumba – Handcrafted wooden play toys for children, that have a Waldorf idea which includes arts and crafts for them to enjoy. They also sell some clothing and furniture for children.
Pebble: Hathay Bunano – With the goal to empower women and helping famlies in need live sustainably, each item is adorably hand crafted with some of the happiest looking toys that are knit to encourage play. Based in the UK.
Plan Toys – Living by the motto of having a “Sustainable Material, Sustainable Manufacturing and Sustainable Mind,” they make items made from reclaimed rubber woods that enhance development for children.
Pigeon Organics – A baby and child clothing company in the UK with 100% organic and made in a small number of factories which adhere to fair labour practices.
Rylee + Cru – Organic and ethically made baby clothing and accessories with designs by an illustrator.
Skin & Bliss – A children’s clothing company that is dedicated to Ethical Trade by building relationships with their suppliers to be a “sweat free world.”
Tegu – Giving a fair living wage to artisans in Central America with goods that are harvested sustainably, this company makes wooden toys to bring imaginative creativity to children.
NEW Zeki Learning – This is a non-profit social enterprise called Child’s Cup Full, based in the United States and the West Bank. Their mission is to create high quality learning materials for preschool age children that support cognitive development and language learning. At their artisan center in the West Bank, they train and employ refugee and low-income mothers to make beautifully handcrafted educational products, available to preschools in the US.
Clothing [under construction]
4 All Humanity – Fair trade clothing made by artisans in Guatemala to provide them with a living wage. Each piece may take months to create, as they are made using the cortes method by the Mayans.
139 Made – This company stands together with abolitionists around the world who fight against human trafficking & exploitation. Every three months, they feature an anti human-trafficking organization to raise awareness about the issue & to rally behind them.
Aeon Row – Made from recycled fabric, this company believes in helping the environment and make all their pieces themselves using soft, sturdy, sustainable essentials that will be your go-to pieces in your closet to last for years, rather than to support fast fashion.
Alexandria Main Beachwear – This Australian company knows its workers in a factory in Cambodia, who make good wages for their hard work, and where additionally, 10% of all profits are donated to an organization that exists to improve the lives of women and children in Cambodia.
Ankura – Ankura is a high-end Peruvian based sustainable fashion brand that works to complement a sustainable and ethical lifestyle, creating must-have pieces with a conscious process. They believe that ethical & sustainable fashion is not a trend, it is a movement. They give back to the community, use eco-friendly packaging, and make the clothes from chemical-free materials.
Ash & Rose – Founded by a mother and daughter, this company is against child and forced labor practices, provide full stories of where their clothing and products were made, believe in sustainability and helping the planet, all while empowering the designers and women who make their items.
Azure Bay – An underwear company that chooses ethical production, local options, artisan & handmade production, Fair Trade and eco-friendly fabrics, and care in production processes as much as possible. They choose “green” processing. They also donate to three organizations with each purchase.
NEW Beet x Beet – Selling products to Men and Women, This W.R.A.P. Certified (sweat-shop free) company is very into vegan promotion. They are proud of their ethical and environmentally friendly practices.
BLEUSALT – A high-end California based company providing clothing for both men and women with social responsibility, BLEUSALT is proudly working towards being fully zero-waste.
Christy Dawn – While the gorgeous women’s clothing at this story is expensive, it is because they believe in having no hidden agendas in their line. They use deadstock materials, treat their members like family, give competitive wages, while also providing health care to their workers.
Cleobella – Working with local artisans and small factories in Bali, this high-end company sells clothing, shoes, bags, and children’s clothing.
Clothe Your Neighbor As Yourself– The founder of this company lived homeless for two years after selling all he owned. They run 90 days campaigns to speak up about sustainability, poverty, and to empower those who have suffered so that they may stand up into boldness.
Curator– In the belief to know your clothes and where they come from, Curator have personal relationships with their shops and manufacturers.
Fair Trade Winds
Gather & See
Good & Fair
Grove and Bay
HOPE Made in the World
Mod + Ethico
Mollusk Surf Shop
Mulberry Press Co.
Passion Lilie – Producing both men and women fashions as members of the Fair Trade Federation, Passion Lilie is a fair trade and eco-friendly apparel brand with a mission to empower artisans across the world by creating dignified employment opportunities. By offering fair wages, safe and healthy working conditions, and long-term employment to artisans in India, these job opportunities lead to sustainable societies and a better world. They are also committed to using eco-friendly materials throughout the supply chain and preserving the artistic and cultural talents of our craftspeople.
Parks Project – Surveyors for National Parks, former workers from TOMS, strive to bring a love for the outdoors through their clothing and by giving money to help with educational programs and more. They have items for men, women, and children.
NEW PERI – High-end fashion committed to sustainable and ethical production, PERI is manufactured in Los Angeles. All fabrics are sourced ethically and sustainably, using organic cotton, hemp, tencel, bamboo, cupro and reclaimed dead-stock. The PERI one of a kind pieces, are created using natural and low impact dyes. The “Bias Slip” dresses are all uniquely hand-dyed by PERI and team.
NEW Rakha – A high-end UK based clothing company with a social and environmental responsibility that they believe is an integral part of their brand’s strategy and practice. They recycle the materials used to make their clothing and believe in constantly reviewing their suppliers to have a guilt-free shopping experience for their customers.
Raven & Lily
Round + Square – They developed their exclusive premium jersey quality with their supplier in Turkey, using sustainably farmed 100% organic cotton. They believe in having fairly created products while using less water in the production of their items.
SiiZU – A company that has good relations with the factory workers they have, and are very exposed with information about each factory (in Mongolia, Japan, China, USA, and Taiwan). They believe whole heatedly in sustainability.
NEW Stemp – Men and Women’s Clothing made from hemp, Stemp designs and creates products that are fashionable and sustainable all while maintaining the highest standards in quality. Their motto is “Care What You Wear.” They believe in sustainable practices. They give back to an orphanage in Kathmandu.
NEW Teeminder – Teeminder embraces sustainable manufacturing & social responsibility. Their tees, dresses, and scarves are ethically sourced, vegan, and organic. All designs are influenced by their yoga/vegan lifestyle, made in-house, and screen printed with water-based eco-friendly inks. They support the health and livelihood of organic cotton farmers and workers in the mills, especially those in developing countries.
Thought – This is a company that makes clothing items for both men and women using ethically sourced materials as well as organic and sustainable materials such as bamboo.
Threads 4 Thought
Tompkins Point Apparel
NEW Triarchy – Jeans for men and women, in their search for the greenest manufacturing options they uprooted production to Mexico City, where the factory uses 85% recycled water. Their factory in Mexico was chosen because of their pioneering sustainability efforts and the way they care for their employees. They take every opportunity possible to visit their team on the ground in Mexico.
NEW – Vegetaryn – This company supports vegetarian and vegan lifestyles while being 100% sweatshop free as members of the WRAP organization (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production). They are highly against slave labor practices and make sure to enable quality working conditions where their products are produced.
NEW Victoria Road – A Fair Trade Federation member, this company is inspired by the richness and talent found in Pakistani fashion and craft. Victoria Road discovers, supports and promotes designers, artisans, craftsmen, and passionate entrepreneurs who are creating modern, sophisticated fashion inspired by their vibrant culture. They collaborate with these talented creatives at their Fair Trade workshop in Lahore to produce extraordinary apparel for women and children.
Clutches/Bags/Purses [under construction]
Alicia San Marcos
Bloom and Give
The Cambridge Satchel Co,
Flip and Tumble
Hipsters for Sisters
Matt & Nat
The Nomadic Trails
Purse & Clutch
NEW Toko Toko – This company has camera straps, clutches, purses, some jewelry and clothing. They believe in supporting artisans to get out of poverty and to reach a better standard of living. They trust that together as a community they can reach this goal. Their profit goes back to benefit Education and Healthcare funds for the community of artisans in small villages in Indonesia.
The Tote Project
Eyewear [under construction]
Electronics [under construction]
Furniture [under construction]
Jewelry [under construction]
Back to Africa
Betsy & Iya
Crash Luxury Jewelry
Feel Good Collections
The Giving Keys
Hands Producing Hope
Made by Survivors
The Merchant Society
One Beautiful Life
One Happy Leaf
Paisley and Sparrow
Rebecca Mir Grady
The Shine Project
Third World Craft Nepal
Simply Wood Rings
Trades of Hopes
Knits, Scarves, Hats, & Winter Wear [under construction]
4 Sisters 4 Freedom
COLORS: Freedom in Fashion
Pashm & Co.
Sackcloth & Ashes
Spatters & Jayne
NEW Gaffer & Child – Fair Trade LA and PETA cleansers to improve the lives of farmers, workers and artisans around the world, and to stop cruelty to animals. All the ingredients are sourced and sustainable.
NEW Indy & Ary – Two sisters who love make-up made ethically sourced animal-cruelty free make-up with customers in mind.
Marin Bee Company
One Love Organics – Believing in a source-to-shelf experience, these skin products are amazing and have won many awards (and our resources adviser has been using them for years). They are also cruelty free and have green ingredients without crazy chemicals you can’t be sure of.
NEW Twinkle Apothacary – Each product is handmade by one person with natural materials that are sustainable and cruelty free. Toothpaste, make-up, skin care, perfume, balm, nail polish, and more, this little shop is darling.
Menstruation Cups & Pads [under construction]
Miscellaneous Sustainable Items [under construction]
Paper Goods (Cards & Stationary)
Gadanke – The creator of this company is a big proponent for recycling and reusing things. She creates journals to help individuals feel a deeper connection to themselves and others.
Good Paper – These cards are made by those rescued from sex trafficking in Phillipines and Rwanda. Each card is handmade on recycled papers.
Frank Stationary – Diaries and journals that help children in poverty with every purchase.
Marie Mae – Selling notebooks and cards, this company provides an hour of training for a person at the Marie Mae Business School in Rwanda with every purchase.
Mr. Ellie Pooh – Believers in the Fair Trade and sustainable way,
their company’s paper is made by Sri Lankan workers who receive a fair wage in good working conditions, and helps provide a future for families who work for them. They also work with the Wildlife Alliance.
Papyrus – With direct responsibility to their supply chains, this company is dedicated to bringing happiness through their cards and stationary to all.
Sheets, Bedding, & Towels [under construction]
Shoes [under construction]
Chilote House Shoes
Fortress of Inca
The Root Collective
Socks [under construction]
Sporting Equipment & Active Wear [under construction]