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Products for Good. Project 7 exists to do good around the globe. They make everyday products like bottled water, gum, mints and coffee that everyday people can buy. For every purchase of a Project 7 product, good is done in seven areas of need – Feed the Hungry, Heal the Sick, Hope for Peace, House the Homeless, Quench the Thirsty, Teach them Well and Save the Earth.
John Patrick Organichttp://organicbyjohnpatrick.com
ORGANIC by John Patrick is about fashion with a conscience. It is a clothing line born out of an appreciation and respect for nature, a concern for the world we live in and a desire to give back to the community. ORGANIC is for the chic woman who understands style and luxury but who is also socially aware and genuinely cares about where her clothing comes from and how it's made.
Clary Sage Organicshttp://www.clarysageorganics.com
Clary Sage Organics believes in empowering people to live healthy, thoughtful, and ecologically responsible lives. Toward that end, their store serves as a center for holistic wellness, offering the best organic fashions, sustainable beauty products, and a comprehensive array of time-honored natural medicine programs.
Andean Collection was founded to bring sustainable change to impoverished communities in South America. We offer artisans the opportunity to participate in the global market while inspiring our customers with access to the elusive world of the rural Andes through clothing and jewelry. We have a non-profit arm, Andean Project, to ensure that this change is productive and healthy and to address other poverty related social issues, all funded through our sales and private donations.
Peg and Awlhttp://pegandawlbuilt.com/
We are husband and wife with a boy called Søren and a boy called Silas. We live and work in Philadelphia, Penna. Our work is made from olde things, treasures found and recovered from misfortune and neglect, relics of the unusual, the confused and the macabre, cut and pulled and built into wearable curiosities, inscribable keepsakes and useable, longlasting treasures. We used to make them for ourselves and now we make them for everyone.
Sqirl subscribes to the philosophy that as far as fruit preservation goes, nothing beats tradition. Our jams, jellies and marmalades are made with produce from family-owned farms that practice sustainable, certified organic methods that are in close proximity1 to our kitchen in Los Angeles, California.
We make eco-friendly, 100% recycled, custom-designed stickers that (combined with a little imagination) turn any old box into a wonderland of possibilities. Good for the imagination. Good for the earth. Good for the pocketbook.
AFIA is an award-winning sustainable, tastemaking women’s clothing line sourced and sewn in Ghana, West Africa.
Designer Meghan Sebold handpicks the cotton wax fabric from the markets in the capital city of Accra – we use fabric printed in Ghana to support this iconic industry and showcase the fabric in our market. We work with sewing cooperatives in Ghana paid a fair wage for their craft.
Our Company is a family founded business that grew out of the desire to find an alternative to plastic pots. Our pots are made from renewable grain fibers and are biodegradable, meeting our customers’ need to support sustainable gardening practices. The commitment to sustainability doesn’t end with our products. Our facility is solar powered and our local delivery trucks run on 100% bio-diesel. With over 30 years of experience as wholesale organic growers, our family proudly stands behind our eco-friendly products.
During a humanitarian trip to Central America, the founders of Smile Squared saw how much dental health impacts a child's life. Kids across the globe lack the necessary dental hygiene to maintain quality health and self-esteem. In hopes of giving every child the opportunity for clean, healthy teeth, Smile Squared was born. Our “Buy One, Give One” philosophy ensures the purchase you make has a direct impact on the world. Anytime you buy a Smile Squared toothbrush, we’ll send one to a child in need. Together, we can take a small step for big change.
Yellow Leaf aims to engineer a turnaround in which marginalized ethnic groups such as the Mlabri apply their artisan talents of hammock making towards creating a micro-economy that will elevate them from their former state and maintain their cultural identity, with the added benefit of eradicating toxic farming methods within the communities we partner with. Hammocks have been the means to securing civil rights, combating deforestation, creating basic infrastructure and achieving financial security for hill tribe villages in this region of Northern Thailand.
Twins For Peacehttp://www.twinsforpeace.com
Initially, we developed a one for one model: for each pair of TWINS sold, we donated a pair of shoes to a child in need. We produced the donated pair of children’s shoes in the Donation Project country to help the local economy and avoid displacing workers.
In partnership with SOS ...Enfant, we now donate medical supplies, school tuition, books and supplies to children living in impoverished countries.
Each time a sneaker is purchased another pair is donated to a child in need.
Cold Spring Apothecaryhttp://www.coldspringapothecary.com
Cold Spring Apothecary’s goal is to provide our customers with the safest alternatives to the harmful chemicals used in most cosmetics. By producing our products in small batches we can ensure that only the highest quality ingredients are used. We are continually researching and adding to our ingredient list making sure we are using the best and latest green alternative ingredients we can.
Lucy & Meihttp://www.lucyandmei.com
Our mission is to be the best online source for high quality organic children's clothing. Our fabrics are incredibly soft, made from sustainable fabrics such as, organic cotton, bamboo, and soy. Many of our products are manufactured specifically for children who have sensitivities to seams, tags, and tight fitting clothing.
Most of our products are GOTS Certified Organic Cotton and therefore, are produced without harmful pesticides from field to finishing. We are committed to working with companies that engage in socially responsible labor practices, and leave a light footprint on the planet.