Don't forget to vote this year! This recycled brass vote pin is ethically-made in India. The perfect reminder to vote and have your voice heard! Get one for yourself and one for a friend, and let's all get out and vote.
Made from recycled brass. Nickel-free. Measures 1".
Adjustable Cotton Face Mask
3-layer face mask made from tightly woven cotton. Washable, reusable, breathable. Recommended wash before use. Elastic hoops loop around ears with an adjuster bead for a perfect, adjustable fit. We do not consider these masks to be medical grade equipment, and they are not anti-viral, but they are made following the CDC's homemade mask recommendations.
WHO MADE IT:
A team in India, comprised of four artisan cooperatives and over 6,000 women in a village outside of Delhi and in the Uttar Pradesh region.
By providing women with health insurance, educational scholarships, and business trainings, Team India supports women’s development both socially and economically.
Team India provides health insurance and educational scholarships for its artisans, directly investing women's rights and social mobility.
They also work hard to help women break into the job market, providing community trainings on business and vocational skills to women of different experience levels.
We commit to long term, reliable trade agreements that allow cooperatives to hire more women and make proactive business decisions. Team India can count on us to place continuous orders at consistent prices, and that trust results in more jobs and more job security for women.
We recognize the difference between living wage and minimum wage, and we pay our artisans more than 2x the minimum wage in Delhi. Uttar Pradesh minimum wage: 445 rupees per day ($6.88 USD/day), compared to Fair Anita wage: 800+ rupees per day ($12.50 USD+). The minimum wage in India is also seen as a livable wage, but most workers in India aren't employed through the formal economy, so they don't even receive minimum wage for their work.
"Be the Change" Purse
We all know the Gandhi quote: “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” The very purchase of this adorable change purse is changing the world by providing living wage jobs in Haiti! Carry your credit card or some cash and change in it as a reminder to strive to “be the change” in every facet of your life, including your spending!
-3" x 4"
-goat leather on one side, canvas on the other
-100% local materials in Haiti
Black + White Face Mask
3-layer face mask made from tightly woven organic cotton, chemical-free. Washable, reusable, breathable. Recommended wash before use. Elastic hoops loop around ears for adjustable fit. We do not consider these masks to be medical grade equipment, and they are not anti-viral, but they are made following the CDC's homemade mask recommendations.
Each mask varies slightly in pattern and sizing. These masks are somewhat of a "standard" size. Elastic can be stretched.
100% of the sale of our face masks are donated to our Artisan Emergency Relief Funds, getting resources to the marginalized communities where our artisan partners live and work.
Handmade by our talented fair trade artisan partners in Cambodia.
This stunning hand-drawn Mandala design makes this recycled tube headband a standout piece. Great for yoga class or a night out, the Mandala Boho Headband is wide and stretchy with raw, unfinished seams. The best part is that it can be worn in a variety of ways. Created using repurposed material. Made in USA. 50% organic cotton, 50% recycled plastic (from recycled beverage bottles).
Chevron Jewelry Roll
Bright colors and a bold chevron design are perfect for everyday advocates looking for a clever way to make a difference for women artisans -- looking good while doing good.
Each bag is handmade by women artisans at CraftBeatuty in Vietnam.
100% cotton canvas
Interior snap-tight bar for rings
Two zippered pouches
Unrolled: 10" H x 6" W (25.4 x 15.2 cm)
Handmade in and fairly traded from Vietnam
Cotton Eye Shades
Cotton Eye Shades
Block out unwanted light, sleep better, and look good doing it! This 100% cotton eyeshade is great for travel or everyday use. Hand made in a fair trade workshop in Bali.
Size: 8.25 x 2.5 in
Our Ameera Scarf is not only beautiful, it's super soft and ethically-made, too! This fair trade scarf is handwoven by women in Egypt.
Made from viscose and Egyptian cotton. Blue and white scarf made using natural dyes.
Malak Maroon Scarf
Our Malak Maroon Scarf is the perfect pop of color for fall! This fair trade scarf is handwoven by women in Egypt. It's ethically-produced and super comfortable- a fair trade accessory you can be proud to wear!
Measures 17" x 34" -- a great, classic scarf length. Made from a mix of viscose and Egyptian cotton.
Our Rola Scarf is not only beautiful, it's super soft and ethically-made, too! This fair trade scarf is handwoven by women in Egypt.
Made from Egyptian cotton and viscose.
Grey and white patterned scarf.
Our Farah Scarf can be paired with everything and anything. This fair trade scarf is handwoven by women in Egypt. It's ethically-produced and super comfortable-- a fair trade accessory you can be proud to wear!
Measures 24" x 32" -- a great, classic scarf length with a little extra thickness. Made from viscose.
Rover Clutch- Pink
This versatile pink clutch is perfect for organizing your larger purse or for using all on its own. The suede wrist handle makes this clutch easy for on-the-go use, with the front pocket adding extra storage for organizing.
Made from recycled fabric and suede by fair trade artisans in India. Zipper top, no pockets inside. This clutch measures 9" wide and 6" deep.
Abstract Infinity Scarf
This Scarf is by the women of Pushpanjali, a fair trade organization located in Agra, India that provides medical support to disadvantaged people living in villages as well as educational support for girls.
63" circumference x 19" W (160 x 48.3 cm)
Handmade in & fairly traded from India
Made by : Pushpanjali Fair Trade
Pushpanjali is a fair trade organization based in Agra, India. Founded in 1982, it started with 5 producers; over the years the number of producers has increased considerably. Their mission is to improve the living conditions of local craft producers by empowering them through sustainable work, fair wages, profit sharing and also by providing credit.
Pushpanjali produces scarves, bags, accessories, holiday ornaments, nativities and photo frames. Promoting the cultural wealth and identity and recognizing local producers craft mastery is also at the heart of what Pushpanjali does, as a key enabler for producers’ empowerment. The Pushpanjali scarf production team is composed of 12 women all living in the same area of Agra, in Ajam Para. They started working with Pushpanjali 3 years ago, and got a chance to generate an income by themselves, which is extremely rare in that area for women. They are in charge of quality control for the scarves, of cutting the extra threads and knotting the scarves. When orders are there, they work every weekday while their children are at school, representing 6 to 7 months of full time work for them.
Pushpanjali supports educational and medical programs in rural villages, allowing girls to attend school who otherwise could not afford it. When being asked what Pushpanjali did for them, the increased financial autonomy comes at first. With the fair wage they receive for their work, the Ajam Para women are able to contribute to their family needs, especially with clothes. They have good working conditions, and if they have one request for improvement, it is to ask for business growth and increased orders, so they can increase further their contribution to their family livelihoods.
Tassel Key Ring
Kenyan artisans craft these unique key rings by binding soft strips of leather with hundreds of glass beads. Simple, durable and eye-catching, our Wayfarer keychains are a perfect accessory for those who prefer larger key fobs.
Size: 5.5"L x 1"D
Materials: Leather, beads
Sold singly. Because this is a handcrafted item, each will vary slightly.
Solid Infinity Scarf
A featherweight blend of cotton and silk makes our scarf sumptuously soft and dreamy to wear. Delicious colors brighten your wardrobe -- and your whole day.
50% cotton, 50% cruelty-free raw silk
71" L x 23.5" W (180 x 60 cm)
Handmade in and fairly traded from Vietnam
Sustainably Sourced Leather iPad Case
Vegetable-tanned Leather iPad Case
Natural: Vegetable-tanned Leather
Fair: Handmade by artisans in India
Sustainable: made out of sustainable leather, compostable
Make a statement with this hand-embroidered clutch made from recycled traditional H'Mong textiles! Each clutch bag is handmade by women at Au Lac in Vietnam with pieces of gorgeous recycled print fabric made by the H'mong hill tribes of southeast Asia.
Magnetic snap closure
2 interior card pockets
1 zipper pocket
2 bill pockets
Approximately 4.5" H x 8" L (11.4 x 20.3 cm)
Handmade in & fairly trade from Vietnam
Flower of Life Headband
Stretch cotton Flower of Life headbands. The Flower of Life design can be found in all major religions of the world. It has deep spiritual meaning and is believed to contain the patterns of creation.Expands to 6 inches wide.
Reversible Face Mask
Introducing our new handmade reversible masks from Cambodia. Elastic ear straps for easy wear. One side is 100% cotton, and the other 70% cotton/30% polyester--both breathable, comfortable, and with 6 fun colors! No filter slot. Wash before first use and between each wear. Each mask measures 6 1/2"l x 3 1/2"h. Refer to the picture, as each mask has the reversed side/color next to it.
Design by SERRV using CDC recommendations. Not approved by the FDA. Not intended for use in a medical setting or to replace medical grade masks. Does not replace other CDC recommendations for social distancing, handwashing, and refraining from touching the face. Do not place mask on children under the age of 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance. View all guidelines from the CDC for helping prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Your purchase helps marginalized rural women and individuals with disabilities in Cambodia receive employment, income, training, and hope, empowering them to become self-sufficient. Native handcraft traditions help rebuild the Khmer craft tradition, decimated during Cambodia's many years of conflict and civil war