TOPIC: SHOPPING (62)

Krrb

http://krrb.com

Krrb is a safe place to buy, sell, trade and give to your neighbors — locally and in-person. Krrb puts you at the center of your stomping grounds and displays all that you and your neighbors have to offer.

Modvanti

https://modavanti.com

Modavanti is the destination for the new generation of socially conscious consumers, like ourselves, who are looking to find stylish and sustainable fashion that fits our values without compromising on quality or design.

Esperanza Market

https://esperanzamarket.com/

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. 

The Street Store

http://thestreetstore.org

The world’s first rent-free, premises-free, free “pop-up clothing store” for the poor, found entirely on the street and curated by you.

Rising Tide Fair Trade

http://www.rtfairtrade.com

Rising Tide Fair Trade works with artisans in developing countries who earn a fair wage, enabling them to support their families and achieve a sustainable business operation. The fair trade artisans we work with earn roughly 60 percent more than they would for comparable factory jobs. Since most of the artisans have the choice to work from home, they can tend to their children while contributing to the family income.

Gaiam

http://www.gaiam.com

At Gaiam we know that positive change comes from within. Our focus on personal development, health & wellness and global consciousness shows us this path to transformation. Here you’ll find inspirational media and solutions for healthy living, environmental wellness and renewal of spirit. Since 1988, our mission has been to reach those who share our values of commitment to the well-being of people and the planet.

Caroline's Cart

http://www.carolinescart.com

Caroline’s Cart is a shopping cart created for special needs children. It provides parents and caregivers a viable option to transport a child through a store while grocery shopping, without having the impossible task of having to maneuver a wheelchair and a traditional grocery cart at the same time. It is named after Caroline, the special needs daughter of Drew Ann and David Long.

Good Gifts

http://www.goodgifts.org

The Good Gifts Catalogue was born 11 years ago, a refreshing alternative to conventional unwanted presents.
We were guided by 2 commitments: first, that every Good Gift was always wanted. And second when you buy a Good Gift, your money buys the actual gift.
Over 11 years, our commitments have never wavered. In fact, we’re delighted, that more and more people choose Good Gifts in order to target their charitable giving with more accuracy.

Hipcycle

http://hipcycle.com

Our goal here at Hipcycle is to offer upcycled products that are as attractive, durable, and otherwise as desirable as traditional equivalent products (if not more so). We also strive to offer products that are priced about the same as regular high-quality products. We don’t feel that just because something is a “green” product that is means you have to make a choice between helping the environment and getting what you want.

Fandabby Apparel

http://www.fandabby.net

Fandabby Apparel is a ‘feel good’ mental health clothing line that believes in removing the label attached to mental health, and promoting a positive wellbeing. All profits are donated to mental health charities.

Humanity Unified

http://humanityunified.org

Humanity Unified is a socially conscious lifestyle brand for the Changemaker, Traveler and Dreamer. Our model is simple, people before profits. We work with local organizations to help fun projects that empower women and children in developing nations through education, sustainable agriculture programs and economic development. 

Zady

https://www.zady.com

At our roots, we are a collaboration between friends. Zady provides an alternative to today's "fast-fashion," a fad demanding consumers buy more and more instead of buying 'good.' We should not be compelled to accept throwaway goods as a way of life; we can instead take pride in the style and integrity of each and every piece we own.

Amazig Leathers

http://www.amazigleathers.com

Amazig Leathers is a for-profit company that has grown out a call for ethical businesses which engage in social entrepreneurship. US offices, located in Knoxville, TN, ship the leather goods imported directly from the North African artisans who craft them. Brandi Jordan, the CEO and founder of Amazig Leathers, is currently finishing her master’s degree in International Development. She has worked in Southeast Asia, Central Africa, and North Africa, where she has learned to respect the legitimacy of craftsmen the world over.

Hatch

https://www.hatch.co

Thanks to our curated community of talented makers, Hatch makes it easy and fun to personalize and customize every product on our site, including jewelry, home decor, and stylish accessories, to make it uniquely yours. Transform any product you see into something you're bound to love.

Me to We

http://www.metowe.com

Me to We is an innovative social enterprise that provides people with better choices for a better world. We offer socially conscious and environmentally friendly products as well as life-changing experiences. Me to We measures the bottom line, not by dollars earned, but by the number of lives changed and the positive social and environmental impact made. Half of Me to We’s net profit is donated to Free The Children. The other half is reinvested to grow the enterprise and its social mission.