For every Divona product that is purchased, $2 is applied toward items that go into a care package for survivors of abuse and trafficking, identified by one of our partnering non profit organizations.
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Ajiri means “To employ” in Swahili. This organization employs local women to hand make labels for the tea boxes and twines that go inside the box. 100% of the net profits go back to Kenya to pay school fees for orphans.
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Anne b designs teaches women in slums how to sew, make jewelry and other items used for sanitation purposes in India. They sponsor artists from around the world to volunteer and teach their skill sets to Indian locals in Hyderabad.
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Chiara Mazzucco is an empowerment coach whose mission is to help you build confidence, establish self-worth, and get rid of toxic relationships. She’s the former CEO of a national online and print magazine, author of The 9 Mirages of Love, and creator of personal development online courses like Revamp Bootcamp and the Feel Awesome Masterclass.
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Conscious Period is an organic feminine care company on a mission to provide healthy period products for all! For every box of 100% organic tampons they sell, they give back to a woman in need, right here in the US. And they're going a step further by developing employment opportunities for women who need them most.
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Global Girlfriend helps local women artisans worldwide by providing access to markets they typically would not have access to in order to gain economic security. Global Girlfriend has partnered with GROW (Girls' Right to Opportunity Worldwide), a signature program of GreaterGood.org, as their charitable partner.
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Global Goods Partners (GGP) is dedicated to alleviating poverty and promoting social justice in the Global South within 20 countries. GGP provides technical assistance, product development, operational expertise and small capacity building grants to community based partners. GGP is empowering women to create sustainable change.
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Joshik products are made in the USA, and are vegan, cruelty-free and PeTA certified. The organization partners and supports organizations that help empower women and provide food, clothing, and shelter to children.
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Novica operates a completely transparent system where artisans have all the control. The artisans are free to raise or lower their own prices, can withdraw their products at any time, and can even put their items on sale. In a world where there are so many mass produced products, with no record of who made them, and under what conditions, NOVICA gives the choice to say no to sweat shops and child labor, and to vote with your wallet for a happier world.
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Every candle purchased helps provide a living wage for the women of Prosperity Candle who have resettled from refugee camps and are working to build a brighter future for themselves and their families in the United States. Prosperity Candle will continue to create opportunities for women refugees here in the U.S., and support women in places like Haiti.
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SoapBox Soaps mission is to empower people to change the world through everyday, quality products that give back. For every product sold, a bar of soap is given to a person in need, both in the US or abroad. Each of their products has a unique Hope Code which, if entered on their website, they are able to give transparency into which social impact project a purchase will support.
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Tibetan Socks helps provide market opportunities for mountain villages in Tibet and Nepal that hand-knit the socks at home to allow for mothers to stay at home with their children while earning supplemental income for their family. Each pair of socks sold gives back to those in need by providing food, medicine, eduacation materials, and other essentials to those in need throughout the Himalayan region.
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Tuli fights poverty by creating sustainable jobs in East Africa. Every Tuli product puts money directly into the hands of the person who made it, and Tuli's artisans are paid fair, living wages that help them feed their families, educate their children, and rise out of poverty.
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The Little Market's mission is to build sustainable partnerships with artisans from around the world, by connecting them with customers through an online marketplace. They seek to empower women artisans to rise above poverty and support their families. The handmade goods showcase the artisans’ traditional skills and their dedication to preserving their artisanal techniques. They source all of the artisans’ products ethically and practice fair trade principles. They acknowledge the interdependency of people around the world and their responsibility to help others.
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With each item purchased, You Are Amazing is partnering with Girl Up, the United Nations Foundation’s adolescent girl campaign, to provide leadership development training to empower girls to change the world. Girl Up is a “for girls, by girls” campaign. This unique approach empowers girl leaders in our global community to stand up, speak up, and rise up to take action for their peers in developing countries where it’s hardest to be a girl.