When you woke up today you probably showered, cleaned your face, brush your teeth, put on deodorant and put on your clothes. But did you know you could have been inevitably been causing harm to others? Most the products we use every day have a supply chain that relies on sweatshops, inhumane working conditions and a wage that isn’t enough to sustain people, let alone families.
Fair trade is one way we can ensure those we rely on are treated with equality and respect.
Build Your Team
The Fair Trade committee provides leadership and direction for your campaign.
Reach out to Retailers
Work with retail locations in your town to offer two or more Fair Trade products.
Enroll Community Organizations
Each town must have a certain number of community organizations using or serving Fair Trade products.
Commit to Fair Trade Education and Events
Raise awareness of Fair Trade in your community through educational events, media coverage, and other activities.
Pass a Fair Trade Resolution
Work with your city or town council to pass a resolution in support of Fair Trade.
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Fair Trade Locations
Retail Locations Community Organizations