Eco Forms

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.


With the high cost of fossil fuel driving up the cost of shipping, we saw the price of good
imported wines rising out of range for the average buyer. In our search for a way to lower these costs for quality-conscious wine drinkers, we found a solution that is also great for the environment. Then we got a little “greener” by partnering with organic wineries that use only traditional, natural winemaking processes.
The result? Great tasting, certified organic wine that’s better for the planet and
available at a great price.

EQO Optics

EQO Optics is a small partnership based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We are dedicated to reducing local waste by recycling community-donated skateboards into a high quality & innovative product. Every pair of sunglasses are hand-made & hand-finished from local recycled skateboards, providing a unique and individual look. 
In addition to the eco-friendly & enduring nature of our shades, we keep it classy with the highest quality Carl Zeiss polarized lenses available!


We create custom plush toys based on your child's drawings. Kids LOVE seeing their imaginations brought to life.

Twins For Peace

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. 

Kuli Kuli

Kuli Kuli is the first company to introduce moringa,a nutritious superfood, to the U.S. in the form of a food product. Moringa oleifera is a nutrient-rich superfood that has been used by indigenous cultures worldwide for thousands of years. Kuli Kuli’s CEO, Lisa Curtis, first began working with moringa while in the Peace Corps in West Africa. Kuli Kuli’s Moringa Superfood Bars are made with wholesome, all-natural ingredients and a nutritious burst of moringa sourced from women-owned farming cooperatives in West Africa. It’s the perfect way to get the vitamins and minerals you need while helping to improve the nutrition of others around the world.

Fresh Words Market

Fresh Words Market is a line of modern art for the spaces where adults and children meet. But FWM is more than just an art collection, it's a movement. For every print sold, Fresh Words Market donates 10% of its proceeds to women and children focused initiatives around the world.  We believe that great art coupled with the passion to help those in need will indeed help to change the world.

Earth Berries Soap Nuts

Earth's Berries Ltd is a direct importer of soap nuts, a berry that grows on the Ritha tree in India. The berry when added to water creates a low sudsing solution, for our eco friendly laundry detergent and cleaning supplies.


From the healthy snacks we make to the way we work, live and give back, we are focused on making the world a little kinder – one tasty snack (and good act) at a time. We believe life is full of #kindawesome moments (both big and small) that leave a mark and make the world a little kinder.


As a non-profit organization, Cardborigami’s mission is to provide immediate transitional shelters for people who are homeless and for people who are displaced around the world. A fold-able shelter that provides instant privacy and weather protection for those who have none. These shelters are water-resistant, flame-retardant and recyclable.


Sundara sells high quality, hand made vegan soap free of paraben, sulfates and detergent. A percent of proceeds from every bar sold is donated to hygiene education and infrastructure projects for children around the world. We are currently operating projects in Haiti, Ghana and India

Naked Binder

Started in 2008, Naked Binder emerged having multiple goals: sustainability, great design, preserving wilderness we love and giving back to education that helped us get here. We designed the strongest, most sustainable 3-ring binders available - cutting waste in manufacturing, processing and travel.  We make our binders, foldersand tabs in Des Moines, IA in the US of A out of FSC certified, 100% post-consumer waste binders board, 100% cotton cloth, a few FSC certified papers and metal rings.  No plastics, vinyls or toxins. 


The KAMMOK is a new light-weight camping hammock, designed to comfortably sleep one person. Our proprietary fabric is softer than a baby's backside, easily stows away into a water resistant compression sack about the size of an angry blowfish, and weighs around one pound. Kammok in partnership with Malaria No More gives a treated mosquito net or health education to a family in Africa to fight malaria. One percent of our revenues are donated to environmental and sustainable initiatives through Comfort the Children International - an organization that works alongside Kenyan communities to provide resources that create sustainable change in Maai Mahiu, Kenya. 

Big Five Crafts

We specialise in importing the finest handmade wooden products from Southern Africa, as well as Fair trade hand blown glass from Swaziland. We buy direct from the craftsmen and import the products ourselves, therefore cutting out any middle men. This allows us to offer both a fair price to the craftsmen as well as being able to offer great prices!

Esperanza Market

Esperanza Market is an online marketplace that sells bags, purses and yoga bags directly from artisans from the second-poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, Nicaragua. We follow Fair Trade guidelines, which means we pay living wages, not just minimum wages. For each item sold, the market donates a solar-powered lamp to a child in Nicaragua that lives without electricity.