"Featuring a soft velvet backing, this sleep mask is constructed by makers working with Saidpur Enterprises in Bangladesh, which provides sustainable jobs for women who lack employment opportunities." - From Ten Thousand Villages Website
These thick woven nylon and acrylic socks were handmade in the Himalayas. The women making the socks are given fair wages in a dignified work environment. 50% of profits go to supporting children's homes in the same area.
These joggers are made in the a fair trade and ethical New York factory.
Fair Trade certified robe made with organic cotton. There are no toxic dyes, so you can feel relaxed with this soft cotton sitting against your skin all day. Every homebody needs a beautiful robe to feel luxe and comfy at the same time.
This ultra-cozy PJ set is hand block-printed in Rajasthan, India. Your purchase supports a fair wage co-op that gives business and skills training to artisans.
This blanket is 100% loom woven cotton and made in the USA. The process of packing and shipping these blankets employs individuals transitioning out of homelessness.
This adorable set is made in a family-run business in Japan in ethical working conditions and with eco-friendly practices. The company gives 5% back to organizations making a positive community impact.
This hand-painted mug is made by artisans in a small co-op in Guatemala. It's a beautiful little gift that goes a long way to supporting women and their dreams to become independent and self-sufficient.
In this set, you'll get a candle, bath salts, and a cute matchbox. The 100% soy candles are hand-poured by women refugees working to create new lives for themselves and their families.
Handmade by Moroccan artisans using traditional techniques, these beautiful slippers are made of hand-quilted cotton.
"Switch to loose leaf teas and reduce waste with the Speckled Tea Strainer Mug from Nepal. This mug is handcrafted by artisans working with Sana Hastakala, a Nepalese fair trade organization meaning “small handicraft,” working with independent producers, mainly women in rural areas throughout the country." - Ten Thousand Villages website
Your purchase helps employ marginalized women artisans who make each piece of Tribe Alive clothing. This is made of cotton with an elastic waistband. These are also available in black.