Our partners, who employ the artisans making our home goods from Bali, Cambodia and India, are addressing poverty through fair trade while at the same time, keeping cultural art alive. Making these products offers dignified work to at-risk women including those who have been trafficked, are HIV+, previously homeless or in oppressive situations. This allows them to earn a living that provides them healthcare, education and basic human needs to which everyone should have access.
In order to purchase these items, you must be part of one of our fundraising events for a school or nonprofit.
Hand made by artisans in Bangladesh, this unique birdhouse is made from the sturdy Hogla plant with festive upcycled sari accents. New for Spring.
Size: 6.25"H x 6"W
Hand crafted in northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India the this pretty bird chime is made from enamel using bright colors. The intricate details are painted completely by hand onto upcycled metal. Spraying with a clear coat to preserve color and longevity is recommended if using outdoors. New for Spring.
Size: 12" L x 4.5" W
Hand crafted by the Hussein family in northern India, these beautiful copper coated bells are made from upcycled metal, coated and heated in copper shavings to obtain their unique exterior look. The bell hangs on jute string with 3 wooden beads. New for Spring.
Size: 17"L x 2"W
Hand carved by artisans in Kenya from a single piece of wild olive wood, this rustic bowl showcases the beautiful natural wood-grain. Because these are made by hand using rudimentary hand tools, no two are identical and variations are to be appreciated and enjoyed by the consumer.
Handmade in Kenya, this olive wood salad serving set is decorated with inlaid batik bone handles. They are artfully carved from a single piece of wild olive wood using simple hand tools and feature traditional batik African art in a bone inlay design.