It is important to purchase with a purpose and know where your products come from because the products you buy may very well have been made in sweatshops, by people who are enslaved or even made by child labor. I am always looking to support social good companies that have fair trade products, participate in the “Buy One Give One” movement or donate a portion of their proceeds to worthwhile causes. I could never find a great list of all of these companies in one place so I decided to make one. Here are 150+ social good companies. Support them and share them and spread the word to buy with a purpose!
If you know of any other social good companies, please leave them in the comments below. I will update this list as I research and find more! This list contains some affiliate links and I receive compensation for any purchases.
Master List of Social Good Companies
Article 22 – Ethical jewelry made from bombs by artisans in Laos, one of the most heavily bombed countries in the world. With each Peacebomb sold, ARTICLE 22 and the artisans of Ban Naphia support their families, community, and country, helping make land safe.1 bracelet helps clear bombs from 3m2 of farmland.
Amazig Leathers – Leather goods handmade by artisans in North Africa. 10% of profits go in to a community development fund that is available to support educational and economic development initiatives in the Imazighen communities and artisans have access to business loans in order to further develop their businesses.
Akola – Jewelry handcrafted by artisans in Uganda who receive vocational training, dependable employment and savings and loans associations.
Alter Eco – Socially just and environmentally responsible truffles, chocolate, quinoa and sugar from small-scale farmers. Alter Eco products are Fair Trade certified and they work on development programs in the areas their farmers work. Buy On Amazon
Alaffia – A certified fair trade, handmade shea butter and skincare line. Alaffia was created to help West African communities become sustainable through the fair trade of indigenous resources. One key to sustainability is empowerment of individuals within the communities. Buy On Amazon
Aloha for People – Our mission is to provide clean water and jobs to people in need around the world and in our home of California. With every product sold, we provide a person in need with access to clean water for 2 years minimum.
BeeLove – Our natural, high quality products are produced by men and women returning from incarceration. At Sweet Beginnings, these talented men and women develop a stable work history, learn marketable skills and gain the confidence they need to re-enter the workforce.
Beza Threads – Scarves handmade by former slaves in Ethiopia. 100% of the funds go back to help remove children from slavery and to then educate and empower them.
Badala – A collection of jewelry, accessories and home items made by single mothers in the Kenya and Rwanda. Their microeconomic program seeks to empower single mothers in impoverished communities by training and hiring them to make fair trade items.
Bombas – Socks that are engineered and designed to look better, feel better and with a mission to help those in need. For every pair purchased, Bombas donates a pair to someone in need. Find on Amazon!
Bought Beautifully – An online marketplace of accessories, art and clothing with vendors who know their supply chain, pay fair wages, prioritize safe working conditions.
Bottle Bright – Unique all natural cleaners for drinking containers with an environmentally friendly focus and a socially conscious mission. With every purchase, they give the same amount to people in need of clean water containers. Buy on Amazon
Bright Endeavors – Bright Endeavors is an innovative social enterprise that transforms the lives of young moms by teaching them to craft premium soy candles in a supportive, professional environment.
Brilliant Earth – Conflict-free diamonds. Brilliant Earth provides the highest quality jewelry originating from pure sources and harvested using socially responsible practices.
Boot Campaign – Boots. Proceeds from all Boot Campaign combat boot sales, events, direct donations and corporate sponsorships fund the campaign’s five Assistance initiatives for past and present military personnel: Jobs, Housing, Wellness, Urgent Assistance, and Family Support.
(c)3 – Napa Valley Wine. We believe charities are invaluable & that their role should be enhanced. They create opportunity, give hope, & transform lives, ending the cycle of poverty through education, employment, & empowerment.
Causegear – Every purchase supports a day of freedom for your crafter from human trafficking + slavery + poverty through a self-sustaining job.
Central City Coffee – Providing comprehensive solutions to ending homelessness and achieving self sufficiency.
Clothe Your Neighbor As Yourself – A non-profit clothing brand that lets you decide how 100% of the profit is given. All of the clothing is made from organic cotton and exceeds labor standards.
Comunity Shoes – We make premium shoes, handcrafted locally that give back locally, to fuel our mission. For every pair of shoes we sell, we give $10 back to a local community effort to support the Arts, Education and Ending Homelessness as directed by YOU at the point of purchase
Conscious Step – Socks that fight poverty. Conscious Step was created to bring more awareness to the problems faced by the world today and the organizations fighting these problems.
Charity:water – 100% of the profits from the goods directly fund clean water projects.
Cure Your World – We believe that everyone deserves to eat healthy everyday. Therefore it is our responsibility to ensure that people in poverty stricken areas are provided with organic, sustainable options. This is made possible by giving a percentage of our profits to charitable projects that do just that!
DivvyUp – Every time they sell a pair of our awesome socks, they will donate a brand new pair of plain white or black socks to the local homeless shelter.
Denik – Notebooks, journals and sketchbooks designed by global artists with a portion of each book being used to build schools.
Della – Computer cases and purses made in Ghana, West Africa by artisans who receive jobs, education and skills training.
Deux Mains – Whether online, or in person every purchase at deux mains makes a real difference. For every product sold we are able to grow and expand our outreach efforts and employment opportunities.
Dignata – Dignata empowers victims of human trafficking and exploitation into freedom by giving them a dignified means of financial sustainability. We offer them employment in Dignata Jewelry creating the avenue to leave exploitation.
Divine Chocolate – Divine Chocolate is co-owned by the 85,000 farmer members of Kuapa Kokoo, the cooperative in Ghana that supplies the cocoa for each bar of Divine. As owners, they get a share in the profits, a say in the company, and a voice in the global marketplace. Buy on Amazon!
Divona – Crafted to be delightful and purposeful: $2 of each perfume purchase provides care packages for women surviving abuse and trafficking.
Edge of Ember Ltd: A collection of Jewelry with a positive production story. Edge of Ember Ltd. collaborates with a network of skilled artisans from India, Nepal, Indonesia and Thailand. No child labour – ever. Safe and healthy working conditions. Fair and advanced payments that exceed the local living wage. Sustainable raw materials wherever possible.
Ethletic – Fair trade produced shoes that made from sustainable resources, 100% vegan and come from a certified Fair Trade supply chain.
Ethnotek – At Ethnotek, our mission is to keep culture alive by creating high quality laptop and travel bags that feature ethically sourced handmade textiles. Your purchase sustains employment for the art of hand printing, weaving and embroidery with our partnering artisan villages in Ghana, Guatemala, India, Indonesia and Vietnam.
Elegantees – Sex trafficking is a form of slavery where people are coerced into prostitution. The overall root of this evil in countries like Nepal are poverty, lack of opportunity, and a desperation for acceptance. The motivation behind Elegantees is our desire to see an end to it.
Elephant Landing – Handmade pillows, throws and scarfs made by women in India who are able to work from their homes and earn a fair wage. 100% of the profits are used to continue providing employment and expanding education programs for women in new villages throughout India.
Everly Hydration – No calorie, all natural drink mixes that come in flavors pomegranate maqui berry, peach mango and green tea passion fruit. For every packet of Everly sold, they provide ORS (live-saving powder packets that rapidly rehydrate victims of waterborne diseases) to communities that lack access to the life-saving medicine. Buy on Amazon!
Everything Happy – Children’s clothing, blankies, bibs and more. For every Happy product purchased, another one is given to a child in need.
Fair Anita – a social enterprise that strives to build a more inclusive economy for women by providing economic opportunity and dignified jobs through beautiful fair trade jewelry and accessories.
Fair Spirits – A spirits brand dedicated to high quality products that are sourced ethically and sustainably. FAIR is the world’s first and unique Fair Trade Certified spirits brand.
Faithbox: A Christian subscription box that includes a daily devotional, enriching content, and amazing products from companies that do good.
FEED Projects – Bags, accessories and apparel made from natural products and artisan-made materials, along with fair-labor production. Each purchased product has a set donation through the World Food Programme and Feeding America.
Fortuned Culture – A jewelry line designed to shed light on the realities of a dire phenomenon, condition or cause. Proceeds from the purchase help charity partners who are focused on creating long-lasting advancements for people in need.
Fortress of Inca – Shoes handmade in Peru from premium materials by artisans who receive fair wages.
fashionABLE – Scarves and other accessories made by women in Ethiopia. FashionABLE works with women to help them start small business cooperatives, and partners with and require manufacturers to also employ women with fair wages & fair hiring practices.
Globein – We empower remarkable artisans in remote areas with the tools to build sustainable businesses. Providing connection and guidance, we help our partners feel stronger, more confident and in control of their lives through the expansion of their craft. $10 OFF GlobeIn Artisan Box (WELCOME)
Glorify Apparel – Religious Apparel that donates 25% of each purchase to the charity of your choice.
gravy + grace – Each time you purchase something from our store, we make a donation to help someone get meals they would not otherwise have.
Ground Up – Ground Up is a not-just-for-profit business that makes healthy + delicious nut butters, using them as a means to provide employment opportunity to women overcoming adversity. Through part-time employment, we provide mentorship and job skills training in everything from sales and marketing to working in a commercial kitchen space. Buy on Amazon!
Hand in Hand Soaps – social mission to provide soap and clean water to children in the developing world through our buy a bar, give a bar & clean water programs.
Hands Producing Hope – Unique handcrafted jewelry created by marginalized women in Costa Rica. Through the program, the artisans are provided with training, a consistent income, life skills classes and spiritual guidance.
Headbands of Hope – For every headband sold one is given to a child with cancer
Hiptipico – Authentic artisan-made backpacks, accessories and home goods. Hiptico pays fair wages, works to provide more local jobs and the products are socially and environmentally conscious.
Haiti Baby – Baby hats and blankets made by moms in Haiti empowering them to earn living wages to care for their families and keep their children out of orphanages.
Half United – Jewelry made from bullet casings. Half United donates half of it’s profits from ever product sold to fighting the global hunger epidemic in the USA, Fiji, Cambodia and Madagascar.
Indego Africa – Handmade baskets, accessories and jewelry made by women in Rwanda. 100% of profits from sales, donations and grants goes to fund job skills training programs for the artisan partners in business management, technology, entrepreneurship, and English & Kinyarwanda literacy.
Indosole – Repurposing tires into shoes! Their footwear is crafted by artisans in Indonesia featuring repurposed and natural materials.
Imagine Goods – Clothing handmade by artisans in Cambodia.
JC Denim Co. – Handcrafted jeans made by young women who have been rescued out of sexual exploitation in Cambodia.
JOYN – Handbags, clutches and accessories made by artisans in India. JOYN has partnered with a nonprofit called JoyCorps to provide employees with not only steady jobs and a good work environment, but a daily meal plan, education for their children, English and vocational training, and medical care.
Jonas Umbrellas – Every umbrella you purchase helps fund a clean-water well at a school in Uganda.
Junita’s Jar – A portion of Junita’s Jar profits is donated to support education and awareness initiatives dedicated to ending relationship violence. So, when you buy these deliciously wholesome cookies, you become a part of our mission to help women live their best lives.
Kurandza – Jewelry handmade by artisans in Mozambique who receive fair wages and other opportunities.
Krochet Kids intl. – Hats, apparel and accessories made by over 150 people in Uganda and Peru who are working, receiving education, and being mentored toward a brighter future in creating gifts that give back. Buy on Amazon!
KidKnits – Craft kits to make your own wool hat with yarn from Rwanda or Chile.
Kind Karma Co – We spread kindness through our commitment to ethical fashion that gives back, creates opportunity and positivity. By employing at-risk and homeless youth to make beautiful, custom handcrafted jewelry, all Kind Karma pieces have a positive social impact on our community in the Toronto area.
Lamon Luther – Reclaimed wood handcrafted furniture created by homeless carpenters in the US who are transitioning out of recovery programs.
Land of A Thousand Hills Coffee Co. – Quality, fair trade coffee made in Rwanda. Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee Co. partners with farmers and local community leaders to develop the coffee into a sustainable income, pay a just Living Wage, and strive to further meet the needs of the people.
Lubanzi Wines – We’ve pledged 50% of our profits to back the Pebbles Project, an NGO that works with the low-income families who live and work on South Africa’s wine farms. They focus on growing families by providing resources and improving access to health & high-quality education, allowing families to realize a horizon for success in life that extends far beyond their current view.
LUSH – Handmade cosmetics and bath and body products. Since starting their program Charity Pot in 2007, they’ve donated more than $5,800,000 to over 600 grassroots charities in 35 countries. All products are made with fresh, ethically sourced and made ingredients. Buy on Amazon!
Lifestraw – Portable filters and water bottles. For each LifeStraw product you purchase, one school child in a developing country is provided with safe drinking water for an entire school year. Buy on Amazon
Love Your Melon – For every hat purchased, Love Your Melon Foundation provides therapeutic entertainment and comfy hats to children battling cancer during the difficult cancer treatment process. Buy on Amazon!
Little Sun – A high-quality, solar-powered LED lamp. Little Sun doesn’t just donate lights, they train young entrepreneurs to start their own Little Sun businesses in developing communities to create jobs and generate local profits. Buy on Amazon
Mujus – Jewelry made with high quality, organic and sustainable raw materials by artisans in Peru who receive health benefits, fair-trade wages and flexible family-friendly schedules.
Musana Jewelry – Handcrafted jewelry made by artisans in Uganda. Artisans benefit from stable employment as well as classes in English, business, and health. Through Musana’s programs, artisans are able to provide for their families, pay for their childrens’ schooling, and ensure themselves a brighter future.
Mata Traders – Fair trade apparel, accessories and home decor made by artisans in India and Nepal.
Manos Zapotecas – High quality, handcrafted fair trade rugs, tapestries, and bags made by artisans in Mexico.
Mile High Workshop – The Mile High WorkShop is a nonprofit employment and job training program for those facing barriers to work through the manufacturing, production and fulfillment of goods.
Maya Mueble – Furniture textiles made in El Salvador and Guatemala.
Mitscoots – American made socks. Mitscoots employs the homeless to help them get back on their feet. Plus, for every sock purchased, another is donated to someone in need.
Naja – Meticulously crafted and fairly priced lingerie. Through their partnership with the Golondrinas Foundation and our Underwear for Hope program, Naja helps educate single mothers so that they can learn marketable skills. They then employ them so that they can help themselves and their children.
Noonday Collection – Jewelry and accessories handcrafted by artisans around the world who receive a fair wage. Noonday offers no interest loans, scholarship programs, emergency assistance and long term trade.
Knotty Gal – Handmade knotted jewelry to raise money for the Bhandari Girls’ School in Bogra, Bangladesh.
Kuli Kuli – The superfood Moringa. They partner directly with small family farmers and women’s cooperatives around the world to help them scale up their businesses and be able to access the international market. Buy on Amazon!
Nisolo – Responsibly sourced and beautifully designed shoes made in Peru. Artisans receive above fair trade wages, safe working conditions and skills training.
Nena and Co. – Accessories and bags made in Guatemala by artisans who receive fair wages.
Oliberte – The world’s first fair trade certified shoe brand. The sustainable shoes are handmade in Sub-Saharan Africa. 1% of proceeds also go towards non-profits dedicated to sustainability and the environment. Buy on Amazon
ONE – Apparel, bags and accessories. An international campaigning and advocacy organization focusing to end extreme poverty and preventable diseases. ONE’s products are from companies that are engaged in lawful, humane and ethical manufacturing. A portion of proceeds go to the ONE campaign or other social good companies.
One World Futbol – An ultra-durable soccer ball that never goes flat. For every ball you buy, a second is donated to organizations working with youth in disadvantaged communities worldwide. Buy on Amazon!
One Hope Wine – With every wine purchased, up to half of the proceeds go to their partner charities fighting childhood hunger, diseases, and other causes.
Pacha Soap – Sustainable soaps. With every bar purchased they donate one to someone in need. They have also started their first soap making factory in Burundi which employs local people and uses local ingredients. Buy on Amazon!
Parker Clay – Parker Clay was born as a luxury lifestyle brand that hand selects the highest quality leather to make timeless products by way of age-old traditional craftsmanship – all while creating opportunities for vulnerable women to become economically independent.
Purpose Jewelry – Ethical jewelry handcrafted by survivors of modern-day slavery. 100% of the proceeds benefit International Sanctuary, a non profit that provides holistic care for young women rescued from sex trafficking.
Patagonia – Apparel, shoes and bags. Patagonia engages in a range of due diligence activities to promote fair labor practices and ensure good working conditions in their factories. The products are made from high-quality materials while focusing on reducing their environmental and social impact. Buy on Amazon
Pitaya Plus – These yummy smoothie packs include the Pitaya aka Dragon Fruit that is commonly found in Nicaragua and other countries. Pitaya Plus hires single mothers to process the fruit, paying them above minimum wage, with the notion that supporting mothers is one of the most effective ways to have a direct, positive impact on a community. Buy on Amazon!
Pura Vida Bracelets – Bracelets made by artisans in Costa Rica. In addition to full time jobs with fair wages, Pura Vida donates hundreds of thousands of dollars yearly to partner organizations and is a member of 1% for the Planet.
Purse & Clutch – Handbags and clutches all under $100. A Fair Trade Handbag Boutique that partners with artisans around the world who create their products with an emphasis on craft & quality. These artisans are treated with respect and are paid a living wage for their region.
Passion Lilie – A fair trade clothing and accessory line made in India by artisans who receive a fair wage, training, education and medical assistance.
Prosperity Candle – Every candle purchased helps provide a living wage for the women artisans who have recently resettled from refugee camps and are working to build a brighter future for themselves and their families in the United States.
Raven & Lily – Jewelry, apparel and accessories made by artisans in India, Ethiopia, Kenya, Cambodia, Pakistan, and the USA at fair trade wages to give them access to a safe job, sustainable income, health care and education.
Rebel Nell – Rebel Nell jewelry began in 2013 with the mission to employ women facing barriers to employment in Detroit, educate them on financial management, life wellness and entrepreneurship, and empower them to transition to a life of independence.
RefuSHE – Scarves – RefuSHE specializes in identifying and protecting unaccompanied and separated refugee children and youth, especially girls, young women, and their children living in Kenya. Our shelter, education, and community outreach services, coupled with local resources and the refugee community, empower this population to live healthy lives.
The Joyful Project – Ethically sourced products. All clothing made by Freeset is a fair-trade business offering employment to women trapped in Kolkata’s sex trade. We make quality jute bags and organic cotton t-shirts, but our business is freedom! We would like to see the 10,000 sex workers in our neighborhood empowered with the choice of leaving a profession they never chose in the first place
The Root Collective: Artisan-made women’s boots, shoes and sandals made in Central America.
Rethreaded – Rethreaded is a social entrepreneurship that is breaking the cycle of the sex trade by offering viable and creative work to those affected by the sex trade.
Runjanji – Athletic running apparel. A portion of proceeds funds organizations that are alleviating the worst problems related to water.
Sage Harvest Gourmet Jerky: Gourmet Jerky (MSG and Nitrate free) started by a military family who added to their family x4 through adoption! Each month, 10% of profits are donated to adoptive families and orphan care.
Solo Hope – Jewelry and bags handcrafted of pine straw and thread in rural Honduras. Besides a fair, steady income, ten percent of all sales goes into an education fund for students in Honduras.
Slate + Salt – Our mission is to bring you a curated collection of luxe, one of a kind pieces while preserving traditional techniques and supporting the Fair Trade movement. We work closely with small social enterprises to facilitate dignified working opportunities in areas of extreme poverty. We encourage you to explore other cultures and traditions in a socially conscious way.
SmartyPants Vitamins – These adult and child gummy vitamins are non-gmo, eco-friendly, made in the USA, no artificial sweeteners, colors flavors or preservatives, no HFCS, gluten, tree nuts, peanuts or dairy. They are a 1:1 company who for every bottle purchased, Smarty Pants donates a nutrient grant to Vitamin Angels to help children in need get the necessary nutrients. Buy on Amazon
Solve Sunglasses – With every pair of sunglasses you purchase, SOLVE will give someone in need clean water for life through Water Missions International.
Sseko Designs – Footwear, Accessories and leather bags. Sseko Designs provides employment during the 9 month gap between high school and university where high potential young women are able to earn and save enough money to pay for college tuition.
Starfish Project – A socially responsible jewelry business in order to provide women with alternative employment and a range of holistic care services. Starfish Project provides opportunities for women to heal and grow through counseling, vocational training, language acquisition, family education grants and health care access, as well as providing housing in our women’s shelter.
SutiSana – Bags and purses made with the purpose of providing dignified employment and a new life for women attempting to leave prostitution in El Alto, Bolivia.
Shawl Wallah – Ethically produced Pashmina products from artisans in Kashmir. With each shawl purchased, 20% is being reinvested to nonprofits that work in Kashmir.
Sole Rebels – Shoes and sandals handcrafted by artisans in Ethiopia, started by an Ethiopian woman to bring job opportunities in the nation with cool footwear.
SOL Organics: Sheets, duvets and bedding sets. With every bedsheet you purchase, SOL Organics donates $7.50 to a charity in need. They are comitted to Fairness; Sustainability; Transparency; Equality; Responsibility.
Sevenly – A clothing and accessory line designed for specific charities. Sevenly exists to bring funding and awareness to the world’s greatest causes. Every item purchased on Sevenly.org gives $7 to the designated charity.
Slum Love – Handmade sweaters by artisans in Kiberia, Kenya who receive jobs and education.
Sackcloth & Ashes – High quality blankets. For every blanket purchased, they will donate one to your local homeless shelter.
STATE Bags – A collection of backpacks For every STATE bag purchased, STATE hand-delivers a backpack – packed with essential tools for success – to an American child in need.
Stela 9 – committed to starting a brand with a few artisans I had met over that time. Stela 9 was officially established in 2010. With a background in Anthropology, it was a natural transition to focus on cultural preservation through creating modern, wearable handbags and clothing.
Tenfed – Tenfed is a clothing company based in Toronto that offers unique yet meaningful, everyday apparel. Tenfed launched in August 2015 with a mission to help feed as many hungry children as possible. For every Tenfed item that is sold, TEN meals are provided to feed hungry children around the globe.
Ten Thousand Villages: Ethically sourced handmade artisan gifts such as bath and body, home decor, candles, baskets and storage and much more.
Trades of Hope – Jewelry and accessories handmade by artisans in the USA and around the world.
Tree Tribe – Tree Tribe is an outdoor lifestyle brand that plants 10 trees on every sale.
The Brave Collection – Jewelry handmade in Cambodia where artisans work in a fair and free work environment, paid above average work wages and receive other benefits such as healthcare and stipends for their children’s education.
The Shine Project – Jewelry handmade by inner city youth helping them pay for college.
Toad & Co – Since 1997, Toad&Co has been committed to closing this gap by offering employment and travel opportunities for people with disabilities. A portion of every Toad&Co purchase directly supports this social mission.
Torrain – Handmade bags from recycled materials by artisans in Cambodia. Torrain saves energy and reduces the amount of pollutants in the environment by using natural and recycled fabrics. Packaging materials, stationary and hangtags are also 100% recycled and printed with natural dyes.
Toms – Shoes, Coffee and Eyewear. With every shoe purchased, Toms will donate shoes to a person in need. For every bag of coffee, TOMS will provide a week of clean water to a person in need and for every pair of eyewear purchased help restores the sight of someone in need. Buy on Amazon
Teysha – Custom, handcrafted boots by artisans in Guatemala with locally sourced materials.
The Root Collective – Handmade shoes, accessories and jewelry by artisans in Guatemala who are paid a fair wage. 10% of proceeds are donated back to the non profits who work in the communities in which the artisans live.
Thistle Farms – Bath and body products made with finest ingredients by a community of women in Tennessee who have survived prostitution, trafficking and addiction.
Tribe Alive – Purses and jewelry made by artisans partners all over the world. Artisans are employed at fair trade wages, a safe job, sustainable income and a chance to determine their own future. Buy on Amazon!.
The Little Market – A fair trade marketplace who is committed to identifying and partnering with artisan groups with limited access to markets due to their remote locations, their small-scale production, or their lack of technical support.
To The Market – A marketplace of survivor-made goods from around the world. To the Market also offers their local partners trend forecasting and basic mental health resources.
Tegu – Kid’s wooden, magnetic building blocks made in Honduras. Artisans are paid a fair wage and long term career growth is prioritized. For every 1 tree Tegu harvests, they plant 983 more. Buy on Amazon
Unlock Hope – A clothing line that benefits young refugee girls in Uganda, many of whom are orphaned. When you buy one of our products you are helping to cover every single expense necessary for supporting these girls in their pursuit of an education. Health care, food, housing, utilities, transportation, support staff, school fees, clothing, uniforms, toiletries, school supplies, books and more are completely paid for – all thanks to you!
Women’s Bean Project – Gourmet bean soups, chilis, cookie and brownie mixes, bread mixes, salsa and spice rubs, marinades and sweets. The mission of Women’s Bean Project is to change women’s lives by providing stepping stones to self-sufficiency through social enterprise. Buy on Amazon
Warby Parker – For every pair of glasses purchased, one pair is given to someone in need.
Wear Figs – For every set of scrubs sold, FIGS gives a set to a healthcare provider in need in impoverished areas where they are poorly compensated for their hard work and dedication. Without the proper medical attire, the spreading of disease and illness increases exponentially.
Yellow Leaf Hammocks – Hand-woven hammocks made by artisans in Thailand who receive a fair wage and a flexible, sustainable and safe job.
Zen Pig Book – A children’s book that teaches the secret to resilient happiness – gratitude, compassion, and mindfulness – in easy to understand language brought to life with beautiful, minimalist art. Every copy sold provides 10 people with access to clean water for 1 year!
7 Virtues – Organic and fair trade essential oils for perfumes.
31 Bits – Handcrafted jewelry, gifts and home goods made by artisans in Uganda. 31 bits implemented a five-year holistic development program in Uganda, where each woman receives health education, finance training, counseling, and business training. She belongs to a community where she can earn an income, be educated, and dream for her future. After five years in the program, the women graduate, leaving with an education, a career, social equity, confidence, and a voice.
1 Face – Touchscreen watches. 1Face supports nine causes; cancer, hunger, breast cancer, clean water, disaster relief, environment, AIDS, education, and animal rights, and have partnered with different charities to bring global change. Each cause has a specific metric that tells you exactly what your purchase does. From building wells to providing a year of education, 1Face is committed to bringing about change, worldwide.
(RED) products – (RED) partners with iconic brands to bring you HIV and AIDS fighting products by donating 50% of proceeds from the sales.