FairTrade Caravans works with schools, nonprofits and companies to provide quality programs to enhance fundraising and corporate giving. Fundraising with fair trade products are win-win as the producer in the developing country benefits as well as the organization holding the fundraiser. In addition to raising money, a fair trade fundraiser also raises awareness of the fair trade concept including the working and living conditions of farmers and artisans that produce these goods.

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Local Impact: Schools, nonfprofits and companies receive 25% percent of product sales for fundraising and corporate giving
Enrichment: Educational programs about fair trade
Global Impact: Alternative to mass-produced goods, supports communities in developing countries
Customized Catalog: Extensive selection of fair trade consumables and crafts
Global Gateway: Single point of access to producers from around the world

 

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September 14, 2017
FairTrade Caravans LLC, supports and exhibits at MetroWest Confrence for Women, donating 25% of product sales to this nonprofit that provides an accessible and affordable opportunity for local women to make meaningful connections, share relevant perspectives, and learn from inspiring world-class speakers.

July 13, 2017
Framingham, MA FairTrade Caravans LLC, a start-up social enterprise, announced today the successful launch of its unique fair trade education and fundraising program for schools, nonprofits and companies.

June 14, 2017
FairTrade Caravans completes successful fundraisers and presents check to Daniel's Kitchen, Save A Dog and Lovelane Therapeutic Horseback Riding Program

April 25, 2017
FairTrade Caravans presents check from Physical Education Fundraiser to the MetroWest Jewish Day School.

February 17, 2017
FairTrade Caravans presents check from 2016 Holiday Fundraiser and speaks to students bout fair trade at Resliliency for Life, a program for at risk youths, at Framingham High School.