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When we think about Fair Trade, we often think of the physical products – the coffee, tea, sugar, or handicrafts. However, we often forget the stories behind these beautiful creations and the bigger meaning of Fair Trade. If you are involved in the Fair Trade movement, you have likely heard about a wonderful organization called Mayan Hands. I recently […]
Here’s How to Win a Baking Kit with Tons of FREE Samples! What better way to celebrate World Fair Trade Day than with deliciously baked goods or a well-deserved rest during finals! This year Fair Trade Campaigns encourages Towns, Schools, and Colleges & Universities to host Bake Sales, Bake offs and Study Breaks to honor […]
It is 4:30 am on the day after Thanksgiving. It’s dark outside, and you are standing in the cold, frosty air, surrounded by hoards of anxious shoppers waiting in line for the stores to open. It is crowded, yet vivid “Sale” signs beckon you in. People are pushing and shoving, trying to work their way to […]
Living Our Values, Making an Impact Through Fair Trade By Handmade Expressions This Fair Trade Month, Handmade Expressions is happy to share our story with you – as well as our products. To celebrate, through October 31st we’re offering a fair trade prize package to the customer and retailer whose photo of their […]
Shop Faire – Wear the Change You Want to See Celebrate Fair Trade month with a giveaway from Faire Collection, the largest fair trade accessories company in the US! Five lucky fans will win a Faire Collection Stackable Ring, handmade from up-cycled bullhorn in Ecuador. Read on to enter! Recently recognized by the Ethical Fashion […]
The 4th annual Fair Trade Photo Contest has begun! Educate about Fair Trade, or help spread the word about your business or organization and the beauty of Fair Trade.
The Fair Trade movement is gaining momentum in La Mesa and throughout San Diego County, thanks to the La Mesa Fair Trade Town steering committee. The word is spreading that, simply by our consumer choices, we can make a difference for the environment, the marginalized and local businesses.
History Global Mamas would not exist without the dedication of co-founders Renae Adam and Kristin Johnson who met in Ghana during their tenure in the US Peace Corps from 1992-95. Throughout those years they collaborated on many projects working to empower women. Both Renae and Kristin fell in love with Ghana, its people, and the […]