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Camila Tellez, 14, of Princeton Township started the campaign. She was captivated by the notion that Fair Trade is not a donation. It’s trade, not aid.
It’s been just over two months since the delegation of 9 Fair Trade Town USA representatives returned from the lovely city of Malmo, Sweden where we attended the 5th International Fair Trade Towns Conference, and plans have transpired.
Fair Trade USA Unveils Redesigned Certification Label By: Fair Trade USA Fair Trade USA has launched the new label for Fair Trade Certified products. See their post below announcing it, and its variations! . Well hello !I’m the newly-redesigned Fair Trade Certified label. Check me out with my more modern rounded edges and shades of […]
Penncrest High School in Media, Pennsylvania declared first Public Fair Trade High School in the country
2011 is quickly coming to a close and the holidays will be here soon. It is a time to be mindful of underprivileged people all over the world and to take action to help these people where possible. One way of doing this is to support Fair Trade. If you choose to do holiday […]
For eleven years and running, Fair Trade Towns have been the driving force behind consumer citizenship; starting with Garstang, U.K. in 2000, Media, PA in 2006, and leading us into 2012 with over 1,070 towns in 23 countries across 6 continents.
By: Kate Polakiewicz, Strategic Relations Assistant at Fair Trade USA I’m back from the Campus Consciousness Tour and some things are missing in my life – scoops of Ben and Jerry’s Jimmy Fallon Late Night Snack (Fair Trade Certified vanilla ice cream with fudge covered potato chips), waking up every day at different but confusingly […]
Have you wanted window clings and brochures for your campaign, but found trouble when designing them? Elevate your campaign by tailoring the new Fair Trade Towns brochure, window cling, poster (available soon), table tent and stock-it card to highlight your community.
“When I finish life I am going to be remembered by the things that I do, not by the things that I have.” – Maria Isabel Balbuena
Follow the travels of Maria as she hits the road with Billy Linstead Goldsmith, Fair Trade Towns National Coordinator, to see how conscious consumers like you are spreading the word about Fair Trade in the US. Did you know that Women perform 66% of the world’s work, produce 50% of the food, but earn 10% […]
The Campus Consciousness Tour Brings Ben & Jerry’s and Janelle Monáe to Universities Across the Country Fair Trade Universities has joined forces with the Campus Consciousness Tour, Ben and Jerry’s, and Janelle Monáe to spread the word about Fair Trade. From October 1 through October 22, Fair Trade Universities and the Campus Consciousness Tour will […]
October is here – the feeling of fall, festivities in the air. Did you know October is also Fair Trade Month? This is a time to celebrate Fair Trade – and what better way to do that than to share some tasty Fair Trade goodies? We are bringing this celebration of Fair Trade to your […]
Supporting farmers and workers around the world just got a whole lot easier! The Fair Trade Finder Good news: There are now more than 10,000 Fair Trade Certified products available in the United States, and finding those products in stores near you just got a whole lot easier! The Fair Trade Finder is an application […]
250 organizers from 80 campaigns in over 26 states, and countries as far as New Zealand!
With a compassionate mission and unique business model, Ten Thousand Villages has been providing opportunities for artisans in developing countries to earn income for more than 65 years. As one of the world’s oldest and largest fair trade organizations, we adhere to values that put artisans first. Artisans receive up to 50 percent in cash […]
At its core, Fair Trade is about building relationships—between consumers, producers, businesses—and what better place to build relationships than in your own hometown?
With the first ever Fair Trade Towns & Universities National Conference less than six weeks away, we are eager to let registrants know what they can expect to take home.