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.
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!