We've discovered some great companies doing great things! Find one you love, shop their site, and know that your purchase is going towards a good cause!
Initiative: Poverty, Human Trafficking
Region: Ethiopia, Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru, Papua New Guinea, Nicaragua
Great tasting coffee purchased from farmers on a consignment, giving the farmers a percentage of the profits and paying 2x fair trade prices. 3 Tree Coffee also partners with organizations to end human trafficking.
Products: Jewelry, Accessories
Region: Zambia, India, Haiti, Kenya, Ukraine
Back to Africa's fair wage policy empowers artisans to live with dignity and provide for the needs of their families. Proceeds are used to support orphan care through Heart of the Bride Ministries, Inc. .
Buy new or used books online and sell or donate your old books online, knowing that for every book purchased, one is donated to someone in need through Feed the Children and Books for Africa. In addition, Better World Books partners with literacy projects through Invisible Children, National Center for Family Literacy, Room to Read and World Fund.
Initiative: Poverty, Orphans, Hunger, Education
Region: United Kingdom
Buy original children's clothing from up & coming, trendy brands and 15% - 50% will be donated to a charity supporting causes for children. You get to select the charity at check-out, knowing that donations are made possible by the generous support of the suppliers, so shoppers don’t pay anything extra!
Products: Clothing-Women, Clothing-Men, Clothing-Children, Accessories
For every hat sold, another identical hat is given to a child battling cancer. Love Your Melon provides therapeutic entertainment and comfy hats to children battling cancer during the difficult cancer treatment process.
Products: Jewelry, Accessories, Clothing-Women, Bags, Bath/Body, Home, Paper goods
Initiative: Education, Medical, Poverty
Region: India, Ethiopia
Buy beautiful, handmade and eco-friendly jewelry and accessories, knowing that you are providing work for HIV positive women in Ethiopia and marginalized women in India. In addition, Raven and Lily donate 10% of their profits back to their partner communities to fund education, healthcare, and micro-loans.
Products: Eyewear, Accessories
Initiative: Medical (vision), Education, Poverty
Region: Bangladesh, El Salvador, India, South Africa
By cutting out the middlemen and selling directly to customers online, Warby Parker is able to provide boutique-quality prescription eyewear for $95 including lenses, and for every pair sold, a pair is distributed to someone in need.