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31 Bits 31bits.com@31bitsAccessories + Homegoods"We combined our love for people, fashion, design and travel to create accessories and home goods that drive meaningful change in the world. Our products are thoughtfully designed and ethically made. We collaborate with some of the most skilled artisans around the world by providing them with dignified job opportunities and giving them access to the global market."
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AbleLivefashionable.com@livefashionable
Clothes, Shoes, Bags, Accessories
Working with women to end generational poverty.
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AlaffiaAlaffia.com@alaffiaHealth + Beauty Committed to African resources empowering African communities. Goal: alleviate poverty and encourage gender equality.
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Amour VertAmourvert.com@amourvertClothing“The most sustainable fashion company in the world.”
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Ben and Jerry’s benjerry.com@benandjerrysIce CreamPurchasing power to make positive change, committed to reducing its footprint (for the environment--as well as for social + economic justice).
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Better World Books betterworldbooks.com@betterworldbooksBooks Has raised $26 Million for literacy and donated 24 million books.
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BirdsongBirdsong.london @birdsonglondonClothingNo sweatshops and no photoshop. Works with women's charity groups. All women are paid a London living wage.
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ChiloteShoes
Chiloteshoes.com@chiloteshoes Shoes Empowers artisan women to sustain their culture and community.
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CoraCora.life@corawomenMenstrual Products"From the very beginning, we’ve been dedicated to changing the experience of womanhood—for all women everywhere. That’s why we believe “that time of the month” should never be a source of shame, harm or uncertainty. (Also: excessively pink packaging.)And it should never keep a girl from getting her education. We use the power of business to fight for gender equality and provide products, education, and jobs to girls and women in need in developing nations and right here at home."
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Cotopaxicotopaxi.com@cotopaxiOutdoor Products + ClothingFunds solutions that address the most persistent needs of those living in extreme poverty. "We’re a Certified B-Corp that creates outdoor products and events, and we give 2% of our revenue to alleviate poverty. We work with organizations like International Rescue Committee, Educate Girls, and Proximity Designs to provide health, education, and livelihoods in developing countries. One of our grantees, Escuela Nueva, has a presence in Ecuador, and we're working to expand our impact throughout the Andes. In our own communities, we help welcome new international neighbors through programs like Refugee Card Writing and the Refugee Coding Project."
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Cuyana Cuyana.com@cuyanaClothing + Accessories Fewer, better, less. "As part of our mission to empower women, the Lean Closet movement was created to give victims of abuse a fresh start in partnership with H.E.A.R.T. By selecting Lean Closet at checkout, we will send you a linen bag to fill with the things that are no longer of use to you. Mail the bag back to us with the included shipping label, and for every donation you make, you will receive a $10 credit towards your next Cuyana purchase."
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Derma-E Skincaredermae.com@dermaeSkincare"Everything we do considers people, the planet and our purpose. Not only do we care about what we put on and in our bodies, but also about what eventually ends up in our waters and ecosystems. That’s why our packaging components are recyclable and we offset 100% of conventional electricity use with wind energy certificates...Each and every DERMA E purchase helps to support global communities and the environment. With that said, we proudly support the Paraguay Project, Vitamin Angels, World Wildlife Fund, Heal the Bay and Special Olympics: Ventura County."
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Equal Upriseequaluprise.com@equalupriseAccessoriesEthos: Success is attainable when it is equally shared. 10% of profits invested in individual artisans.
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Everlane Everlane.com@everlane ClothingHigh quality factories, business practices, radical transparency.
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Fazl SocksShopfazl.com@fazlsocksSocksFair wages for local ladies; 50% of profits go to orphans and children in need.
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Franklin and Whitman franklinandwhitman.com@frankandwhitSkincare + Haircare"Our social mission drives us! We pledge that we will donate 5% of all Franklin & Whitman sales to Dog Rescue Organizations. That means 5% of every purchase of our products (online or wholesale) goes to helping dogs in need. We also pledge that every single ingredient we use in our products is cruelty free."
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Girlfriend CollectiveGirlfriend.com@girlfriendcollectiveGym ClothesEthical manufacturing and sustainable materials. Worth reading more here.
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Heart of Gold Heartofgold.love@heartofgold.loveSkincareMy goal isn't to make you beautiful, you are already beautiful. My goal is to bring more love, compassion, and gentleness to your life. My goal isn't to heal your skin, your skin will heal itself. My goal is to connect your skin with it's own infinite healing ability.
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Jeni’s Ice Creamjenis.com@jenisicecreamsIce Cream"We believe in buying directly and paying fairly for our ingredients, in having minimal impact on the environment, and in building and shaping community."
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Keep Cupus.keepcup.com@keepcupReusable Coffee CupsReusable Coffee Cups.
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Known Supply knownsupply.com@knownsupplyClothing"At Known Supply, we are reimagining apparel production in a way that honors and celebrates the people behind the clothing we buy."
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KowtowUS.kowtowclothing.com@kowtowclothingClothingOur collections are entirely made with sustainably and ethically sourced materials.
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Lacausalacausaclothing.com@lacausaclothingClothing "LACAUSA has long held a sustainable, ethical stance in the industry and has always supported our local community by keeping our production rooted here in Los Angeles. Now we take our cause a step further with an initiative focused on environmental, human, and civil rights. We partner with different organizations and charities throughout the year to create awareness, voice our support, and donating in hopes of providing resources for causes our team cares deeply about."
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Lingua Francalinguafranca.nyc@linguafrancanycClothingLingua Franca is a line of sustainably-sourced, fair trade luxury cashmere sweaters, all hand-stitched by women in NYC.
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LSTNhttps://lstnsound.co@lstnsoundAudio"LSTN was founded with a singular purpose: to change lives through the power of music. Proceeds from sales of all LSTN products go towards giving hearing aids to people in need worldwide through our charity partner, Starkey Hearing Foundation."
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MamahuhuMamahuhuonline.com@mamahuhu.officialShoesMamahuhu helps unemployed artisans to become sustainable business owners, and job creators. A business model deeply rooted in helping communities socially thrive on their own merits, work pride and sense of accomplishment.
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Mata Tradersmatatraders.com@matatradersClothingA love affair with India has evolved into Mata Traders – a design driven, fair trade brand helping to end global poverty and inspire ethical companies and consumers to change the fashion industry. Made by artisans in India and Nepal, our colorfully original designs are now sold in 50 states and 12 countries, and provide a stable source of income for families in some of the world’s poorest communities.
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Meow Meow Tweetmeowmeowtweet.com@meowmeowtweetSkincareSmall batch vegan skincare. Donates to organizations that align with their company's values.
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NisoloNisolo.com@nisoloshoesShoesA commitment to value the producter and the customer equally. Read more here (and watch the video).
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Noonday Collection noondaycollection.com@noondaycollectionAccessories "To make a difference in some of the world's most vulnerable communities, we partner with Artisan Businesses that share our passion for building a flourishing world. We develop these businesses through fair trade, empowering them to grow sustainably and to create dignified jobs for people who need them."
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Osmia Organicsosmiaorganics.com@osmiaorganicsSkincare"Osmia's mission is to educate and energize conscious consumers who will savor our luxury skin care products in their daily wellness rituals. Our line is formulated with exceptional, natural ingredients, which we hope will inspire people to live in health and joy, with a softer impact on the planet...To help us achieve this mission, we have partnered with One Tree Planted, a Vermont-based non-profit organization. Starting on Earth Day, 2018, every order you place on our website will plant one tree! We are excited that with your help we can make a softer impact on our amazing planet, and help her feel healthy and beautiful again."
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Patagonia patagonia.com@patagonia Outdoor Clothing + GearMission: "Build the best product, cause no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis."
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People TreePeopletree.co.uk @peopletreeuk ClothingPeople Tree developed the first integrated supply chain for organic cotton from farm to final product and we were the first organisation anywhere to achieve GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certification on a supply chain entirely in the developing world.
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Project Social Tprojectsocialt.com@projectsocialtClothing"Every year we select four outstanding charities to partner with from across the U.S. Each quarter, we spend time getting to know the charities, their volunteers, and their mission individually, and we are able give a monthly donation of $5k to ensure they can continue their incredible work. But do you know what can be more helpful than funding? Awareness. We realize that half the battle that charities face is not having enough awareness surrounding their cause and their efforts. To help spread the word of small, yet mighty organizations, Project Social T has designed custom hang tags on each garment that inform you about our current charity partner. This way, you’ll know you’re buying more than just a tee, you’re improving the lives of others."
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Proud MaryProudmary.org
@proudmaryglobaltextiles
Clothing We choose to partner with cooperatives, family-owned workshops, and individual artisans who are deeply talented, but may not have the resources to reach an audience wider than their village market. We’ve worked with 30+ artisan-producing groups in over 10 countries, and have a fundamental understanding of the challenges artisans and producers face around the world, and how we can make a difference.
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Reformationthereformation.com@reformationClothingWe make our pieces from super sustainable materials, rescued deadstock fabrics, and repurposed vintage clothing
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Shop Zurishopzuri.com@zurikenyaClothingWe firmly believe that sustainable economies develop from businesses that operate fairly and ethically and create products that people want. Having spent a combined eight years in Nairobi, we've seen how much both corruption and aid can distort markets, resulting in wasted resources and unsustainable livelihoods. We hope that by paying fair wages, sourcing locally, and making a product that our customers truly love, we will be helping to support a long-term, sustainable economy in Kenya.
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Siizusiizu.com@siizu_official ClothingSustainable business practices, eco friendly, donates generously to American Forest.
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SomaDrinksoma.com@somawaterWater Bottles + FiltersDedicated to all people having clean drinking water.
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Sseko DesignsSsekodesigns.com@ssekodesignsClothing, Shoes, HandbagsSseko Designs is a fashion brand based in Uganda. Through the sale of beautiful handbags, accessories and leather sandals, we create opportunity and community for women globally.
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Stasherstasherbag.com@stasherbagReusable Ziplock BagsStasher is a patented, award-winning design that is eco-friendly, environmentally safe, and long-lasting. Stasher is the smart alternative to plastic.
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Sustain Naturalsustainnatural.com@sustainTampons, Condoms, Lubes"Sustain is the first truly sustainable, Fair Trade certified brand of condoms marketed first and foremost to women. Started by Jeffrey Hollender, the founder of Seventh Generation, the leading brand of eco-friendly household and personal care products, and his daughter Meika Hollender, Sustain is here to revolutionize the condom industry by providing women with an alternative to mass condom brands."
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Synergy Organic Clothing
synergyclothing.com@synergyclothingClothingCommitted to producing clothing with the highest environmental and ethical principles. At the core, Synergy is not only committed to creating clothing with a minimal environmental impact, but also empowering men and women through ethical employment practices.
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TALLER NUtaller.nu@tallernuFootwear + Leather Goods TALLER NU is an innovative design studio based in Mexico City with a unique focus on social design. With an aesthetic that overlaps fashion and art, TALLER NU transcends mass consumption while crafting exceptional footwear and leather goods. Through collaboration and social impact, we seek to inspire a new business focus of ethical and sustainable fashion. We are deeply committed to providing women in vulnerable situations with the artisanal skills to ensure steady and dignified source of income.
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The Diva Cupdivacup.com@thedivacupMenstrual Products"We are committed to offering women a sustainable, easy-to-use, cost-effective and eco-friendly feminine hygiene product to conventional options. Our innovative products of The DivaCup and DivaWash are empowering women while also changing the face of feminine hygiene around the world."
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Parks Projectparksproject.us@parksprojectClothingEach product purchased contributes directly to one of over 30 different conservancies across the USA, providing vital funding for the ongoing care of National Parks.
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The Root Collective therootcollective.com@therootcollectiveShoes
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Thistle Farmsthistlefarms.org@thistlefarmsHome + Body Products handmade by women who have survived violence/trafficking/prostitution. A two-year residential program that provides housing, medical care, therapy, education, and job training free of charge for up to 32 women and serves hundreds more with advocacy and referral services.
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Vejaveja-store.com@vejaSneakers"Environmentally friendly sneakers, made with raw materials sourced from organic farming and ecological agriculture, without chemicals or polluting processes.
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Vettavettacapsule.com@vettacapsuleClothing"We are dedicated to being responsible in every aspect of our business, because we believe that the little things can make a big difference. Our poly bags, tissue paper, and inserts are made from 100% recycled materials, and our boxes are made from 90% Recycled and 10% FSC certified materials. In addition to sustainable fabrics, the buttons and elastic we use are made in the USA. We understand that every aspect of our supply chain has an impact on people + the planet, and we strive to be more responsible and sustainable with each new collection."
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W.R. Yumawww.wryuma.com@w.r.yumaSunglasses World’s first 3D printed sunglasses. Made from plastic waste. “It‘s not waste until it‘s wasted.“
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OTHER COMPANIES OF NOTE: B Corps
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BikyniEcoffe CupsNewsletter: Above the Bottom Line
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Brook ThereElizabeth Suzann Netflix: The True Cost
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BytaMarine LayerBook + Film: A Path Appears
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Erin's FacesPactOnline Space: Buy Me Once
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MiakodaHackwith Design HouseBook: A Life Less Throwaway
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MegababeOf A Kind
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http://www.thegoodtrade.com/features/affordable-ethical-fashion-brands
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