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Fair Trade Giveaway – Threads Worldwide

I was recently contacted by a fair trade organization, Threads Worldwide, and asked if I wanted to check out their products and possibly host a giveaway on Do A Little Good. Um….YES PLEASE!   Threads was created by a group of three friends, … as a way to provide a market and income to skilled artisans who would otherwise be limited in their potential. We source

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SutiSana – Bags bringing hope and healing to Bolivia.

Last month I photographed some bright and springy clutches for a social enterprise in Bolivia called SutiSana. It is a very special program bringing hope and healing to former prostitute workers in El Alto, Bolivia, through an organization called Word Made Flesh. I have many personal connections with various WMF staff through our time together at John Brown University in Arkansas. I fully believe in the important

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Ethical Holiday Shopping | The Root Collective

So we have talked about TOMS Marketplace and the newly launched and fabulous TO THE MARKET (TTM). Today, I am going to introduce you to another wonderful company doing a lot of good.   I recently got connected with Bethany, founder and chief designer of The Root Collective. Besides being fabulous, she has a heart of gold. We met in person at The Holiday

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Ethical Fashion | HOPE products + Noonday + The Root Collective

Spending time in India with the wonderful, brave, inspiring ladies at Daughters of Hope this past January has been the highlight of my year. When I found out that they have just released their first line of fair trade products to be sold here in the USA, I went a little wild. I immediately connected with the wonderful people in Georgia who are dedicating

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