Where currency is power, why not use the power we hold for good? If you could purchase unique one of a kind, quality items that directly benefit those in need, would you? That bracelet you were going to buy your Mom for Mother’s Day could help benefit those in need in developing countries if purchased from this site. Not everyone has the same upward mobility opportunities as you or I do. Although fair trade and ethically sourcing should be the standard, it is sadly not in most countries. Fair Trade is trade in which fair prices are paid to producers in developing countries. Ethically Sourcing is the process of ensuring the products being sourced are obtained in a responsible and sustainable way, that the workers involved in making them are safe and treated fairly and that environmental and social impacts are taken into consideration during the sourcing process. Only Fair Trade and Ethically Sourced goods from all over the world can be found on this site.
As a kid, a map could keep me busy for hours. In high school, I learned so much from my teacher in my Geography class so much so that I took all her classes and opted to take Advanced World Geography in college. In my Junior year at University of New Orleans, I opted to take Anthropology 101. Anthropology 101 turned my world (and my thinking) upside down. I have always been fascinated with the world around me and wanted to make a difference in this world. I love shopping, so this is my personal, carefully curated collection of fair trade and ethically sourced products that I would buy in a store if I wanted. I am using this website that promotes only ethically sourced and fair trade products to help those in developing countries.
You can help too! Each purchase on this site provides a solid income for those who make the product. Feel free to drop me a line below if you would like to have your product on my site.