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Serrv

SERRV International began its mission by helping displaced European refugees trade their handcrafts for income after the Second World War. Since then, they've extended our reach to 24 countries worldwide, working to empower over 8,000 artisans selling goods ranging from chocolate and spices to birdhouses to handmade board games and more.

Zahra Designs

An Iraqi refugee now living in San Diego, May Hasan started “Zahra Designs” to offer unique hand-made clothing and accessories inspired by her cultural heritage. She would like to grow her business and hire more women as well as support other women entrepreneurs with a portion of her business income.

Global Mamas

Founded in 2003, the Global Mamas community creates and sells hand-crafted clothing, jewelry, bath products, and more! They are comprised of thousands of people from around the world working together with the mission of creating prosperity for African women and their families. The Mamas define prosperity as going beyond financial well-being to include happiness and good health, and achieve this by creating and selling unique, handcrafted products of the highest quality.

Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

As a part of the efforts to support the conservation work of Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya, this merchandise shop selling all sorts of elephant-themed goodies raises critical funds for the Trust's conservation projects. By purchasing items, you are playing a direct role in supporting elephant and wildlife preservation in East Africa.

Epimonia

Epimonía is a refugee-founded fashion label that creates hoodies, beanies, tees, and more, with a central mission of supporting refugees. They upcycle material from life jackets that were worn by refugees on the Mediterranean Sea and discarded upon arrival in Greece.

Anchal Project

Anchal Project is a women-owned nonprofit that creates quilts, scarves, bags, and other sustainable fashion using naturally-dyed vintage cotton saris. They facilitate impact by creating eco-friendly textiles and programs to train, employ, and support women who have been forced into sexual slavery, survivors of domestic violence, and women vulnerable to exploitation. Every artisan has her own personal bank account, and 100% of artisans are investing in their children’s education, thereby breaking the cycle of exploitation

Conscious Step

Conscious Step allows you to purchase socks in support of a social cause of your choice, such as planting trees or saving animals. They are committed to lasting social and environmental change. every step they take in their production process supports farms and factories with fair wages, safe facilities, and sustainable materials.

Bird and Stone

100% of profits from this bracelet set will donate to The Loveland Foundation and Higher Heights to support Black women and girls. Recognizing the unique barriers that Black women and girls face when accessing mental healthcare, the Loveland Foundation is helping more Black women access therapy and receive mental health support. Higher Heights is creating a political home for Black women — expanding Black women’s elected representation and voting participation

UNICEF Market

In addition to UNICEF Market customers receiving beautiful handcrafted greeting cards, jewelry, clothing, home goods, board games, and more, part of the proceeds go to both the talented artisans and to help UNICEF's mission to save and protect children. UNICEF has helped save more children's lives than any other humanitarian organization.

Inaash

Inaash employs hundreds of women in Palestinian refugee camps to create traditional hand-made embroidery for clothing, home goods, and more. Since its inception in 1969 Inaash has impacted the lives of over 2,000 women refugees by providing training, income and even early education for their children. It currently supports over 400 women in five camps in Lebanon.

Sitti

Sitti sells conscious bath and body products, as well as accessories, all hand-crafted by refugee women. In 2014, Noora Sharrab and Jacqueline Sofia began working with a motivated group of women in Jordan’s Jerash “Gaza” Refugee Camp to build the foundation for a social enterprise that would educate, employ and empower the community’s women and girls. Today, Sitti maintains its commitment to providing fair wage employment to its all-female staff, as well as providing financial and in-kind support to several beneficiary programs.

Malaika Linens

Malaika focuses on teaching hand embroidery to local women, creating beautiful bedding, bath linens, pillow covers, and more, and giving them a chance to learn a valuable skill and improve their economic standing. Malaika was founded in 2004 by Margarita Andrade and Goya Gallagher who, after growing up in their native Ecuador, found themselves living in Egypt. With a background in design and a keen interest in embroidery, they decided to utilize Egyptian cotton to produce high quality bed linen previously not available in the local market.

 

Bath + Body

Homeless Garden Project

Homeless Garden Project products include organic jams, spices, and teas, beeswax candles, and all-natural bath & body products. Each product is handmade by trainees in their program who are experiencing homelessness, and is created using produce and flowers grown on their organic farm in Santa Cruz, CA.

Novica

Novica supports thousands of artisans, selling everything from accessories such as jewelry and robes, home furnishings such as dinnerware, area rugs, and lamps, to beautiful hand-woven hammocks. Every purchase furthers Novica's mission to spread happiness by celebrating exploration, empowering artists, and preserving global culture.

Global Mamas

Founded in 2003, the Global Mamas community creates and sells hand-crafted clothing, jewelry, bath products, and more! They are comprised of thousands of people from around the world working together with the mission of creating prosperity for African women and their families. The Mamas define prosperity as going beyond financial well-being to include happiness and good health, and achieve this by creating and selling unique, handcrafted products of the highest quality.

Thistle Farms

Thistle Farms is a nonprofit social enterprise dedicated to helping women survivors recover and heal from prostitution, trafficking, and addiction. The women create candles, bath and body products, essential oils, and more, and are provided with a safe place to live, a meaningful job, and a lifelong sisterhood of support.

Sitti

Sitti sells conscious bath and body products, as well as accessories, all hand-crafted by refugee women. In 2014, Noora Sharrab and Jacqueline Sofia began working with a motivated group of women in Jordan’s Jerash “Gaza” Refugee Camp to build the foundation for a social enterprise that would educate, employ and empower the community’s women and girls. Today, Sitti maintains its commitment to providing fair wage employment to its all-female staff, as well as providing financial and in-kind support to several beneficiary programs.

 

Home Goods

Serrv

SERRV International began its mission by helping displaced European refugees trade their handcrafts for income after the Second World War. Since then, they've extended our reach to 24 countries worldwide, working to empower over 8,000 artisans selling goods ranging from chocolate and spices to birdhouses to handmade board games and more.

Global Mamas

Founded in 2003, the Global Mamas community creates and sells hand-crafted clothing, jewelry, bath products, and more! They are comprised of thousands of people from around the world working together with the mission of creating prosperity for African women and their families. The Mamas define prosperity as going beyond financial well-being to include happiness and good health, and achieve this by creating and selling unique, handcrafted products of the highest quality.

Novica

Novica supports thousands of artisans, selling everything from accessories such as jewelry and robes, home furnishings such as dinnerware, area rugs, and lamps, to beautiful hand-woven hammocks. Every purchase furthers Novica's mission to spread happiness by celebrating exploration, empowering artists, and preserving global culture.

MADE51

MADE51 sells fair-trade accessories, home decor, and gifts for children, all hand-crafted by refugee artisans. They give refugees a platform to sell their goods, as well provide business coaching and resources to help them manage their product line.

UNICEF Market

In addition to UNICEF Market customers receiving beautiful handcrafted greeting cards, jewelry, clothing, home goods, board games, and more, part of the proceeds go to both the talented artisans and to help UNICEF's mission to save and protect children. UNICEF has helped save more children's lives than any other humanitarian organization.

Prodigal Pottery

Prodigal Pottery works directly out of King's Home, a women's shelter outside of Birmingham, for women fleeing homelessness and domestic abuse, to make and sell beautiful handmade dishware and home goods. The women they employ are residents of King's Home Shelby, a long term shelter offering safety and care for women and their children. Prodigal Pottery also employs women from Wellhouse, a safe house outside of Birmingham, Alabama for women fleeing sex-trafficking.

Thistle Farms

Thistle Farms is a nonprofit social enterprise dedicated to helping women survivors recover and heal from prostitution, trafficking, and addiction. The women create candles, bath and body products, essential oils, and more, and are provided with a safe place to live, a meaningful job, and a lifelong sisterhood of support.

Inaash

Inaash employs hundreds of women in Palestinian refugee camps to create traditional hand-made embroidery for clothing, home goods, and more. Since its inception in 1969 Inaash has impacted the lives of over 2,000 women refugees by providing training, income and even early education for their children. It currently supports over 400 women in five camps in Lebanon.

Malaika Linens

Malaika focuses on teaching hand embroidery to local women, creating beautiful bedding, bath linens, pillow covers, and more, and giving them a chance to learn a valuable skill and improve their economic standing. Malaika was founded in 2004 by Margarita Andrade and Goya Gallagher who, after growing up in their native Ecuador, found themselves living in Egypt. With a background in design and a keen interest in embroidery, they decided to utilize Egyptian cotton to produce high quality bed linen previously not available in the local market.

Made by DWC

In 2011, MADE by DWC was launched offering homeless women in Los Angeles the opportunity to earn income while gaining job skills and experience. They produce a wide variety of hand-crafted goods, including soap, candles, coffee, and clothing. The women are employed within the social enterprise and attend skill-development workshops while receiving additional employment support services.

 

Clothing

 

Serrv

SERRV International began its mission by helping displaced European refugees trade their handcrafts for income after the Second World War. Since then, they've extended our reach to 24 countries worldwide, working to empower over 8,000 artisans selling goods ranging from chocolate and spices to birdhouses to handmade board games and more.

Zahra Designs

An Iraqi refugee now living in San Diego, May Hasan started “Zahra Designs” to offer unique hand-made clothing and accessories inspired by her cultural heritage. She would like to grow her business and hire more women as well as support other women entrepreneurs with a portion of her business income.

Inaash

Inaash employs hundreds of women in Palestinian refugee camps to create traditional hand-made embroidery for clothing, home goods, and more. Since its inception in 1969 Inaash has impacted the lives of over 2,000 women refugees by providing training, income and even early education for their children. It currently supports over 400 women in five camps in Lebanon.

Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

As a part of the efforts to support the conservation work of Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya, this merchandise shop selling all sorts of elephant-themed goodies raises critical funds for the Trust's conservation projects. By purchasing items, you are playing a direct role in supporting elephant and wildlife preservation in East Africa.

Epimonia

Epimonía is a refugee-founded fashion label that creates hoodies, beanies, tees, and more, with a central mission of supporting refugees. They upcycle material from life jackets that were worn by refugees on the Mediterranean Sea and discarded upon arrival in Greece.

Anchal Project

Anchal Project is a women-owned nonprofit that creates quilts, scarves, bags, and other sustainable fashion using naturally-dyed vintage cotton saris. They facilitate impact by creating eco-friendly textiles and programs to train, employ, and support women who have been forced into sexual slavery, survivors of domestic violence, and women vulnerable to exploitation. Every artisan has her own personal bank account, and 100% of artisans are investing in their children’s education, thereby breaking the cycle of exploitation

Global Mamas

Founded in 2003, the Global Mamas community creates and sells hand-crafted clothing, jewelry, bath products, and more! They are comprised of thousands of people from around the world working together with the mission of creating prosperity for African women and their families. The Mamas define prosperity as going beyond financial well-being to include happiness and good health, and achieve this by creating and selling unique, handcrafted products of the highest quality.

Novica

Novica supports thousands of artisans, selling everything from accessories such as jewelry and robes, home furnishings such as dinnerware, area rugs, and lamps, to beautiful hand-woven hammocks. Every purchase furthers Novica's mission to spread happiness by celebrating exploration, empowering artists, and preserving global culture.

UNICEF Market

In addition to UNICEF Market customers receiving beautiful handcrafted greeting cards, jewelry, clothing, home goods, board games, and more, part of the proceeds go to both the talented artisans and to help UNICEF's mission to save and protect children. UNICEF has helped save more children's lives than any other humanitarian organization.

My Beachy Side

My Beachy Side is a swimwear and clothing company that employs women in Istanbul as well as in Diyarbakir, an area in Southern Turkey close to the Syrian border, which suffers from political strife and has a large refugee population. They currently provide income to an underprivileged and diverse group of over 500 women with otherwise limited job access.

Conscious Step

Conscious Step allows you to purchase socks in support of a social cause of your choice, such as planting trees or saving animals. They are committed to lasting social and environmental change. every step they take in their production process supports farms and factories with fair wages, safe facilities, and sustainable materials.

Made by DWC

In 2011, MADE by DWC was launched offering homeless women in Los Angeles the opportunity to earn income while gaining job skills and experience. They produce a wide variety of hand-crafted goods, including soap, candles, coffee, and clothing. The women are employed within the social enterprise and attend skill-development workshops while receiving additional employment support services.

Food + Drink

1951 Coffee

1951 Coffee Company, founded in 2015, is a non-profit specialty coffee organization that promotes the well-being of the refugee community in the United States by providing job training and employment to refugees, asylees, and special immigrant visa holders while educating the surrounding community about refugee life and issues.

Homeless Garden Project

Homeless Garden Project products include organic jams, spices, and teas, beeswax candles, and all-natural bath & body products. Each product is handmade by trainees in their program who are experiencing homelessness, and is created using produce and flowers grown on their organic farm in Santa Cruz, CA.

734 Coffee

734 Coffee and Refugee Campus is about building a brighter future for the displaced mothers, fathers, sons, and daughters of Sudan. Their coffee is harvested by growers right in the Gambela region, and after it is brought to the US, proceeds go right back to scholarships and education programs for refugees of Sudan.

Serrv

SERRV International began its mission by helping displaced European refugees trade their handcrafts for income after the Second World War. Since then, they've extended our reach to 24 countries worldwide, working to empower over 8,000 artisans selling goods ranging from chocolate and spices to birdhouses to handmade board games and more.

Ground Up

Ground Up creates uniquely-flavored nut butters while providing job opportunities to women overcoming adversity. During their time working with Ground Up over the course of 6-9 months, women gain the skills and confidence they need to transition into their next phase of life.

Made by DWC

In 2011, MADE by DWC was launched offering homeless women in Los Angeles the opportunity to earn income while gaining job skills and experience. They produce a wide variety of hand-crafted goods, including soap, candles, coffee, and clothing. The women are employed within the social enterprise and attend skill-development workshops while receiving additional employment support services.

Popcorn for the People

Popcorn for the People is a nonprofit proudly employing individuals with Autism and other disabilities! Their gourmet popcorn is created, packaged, and sold by adults with Autism. Join them in combatting the 80% unemployment rate in the Autistic community.

Women's Bean Project

Women’s Bean Project sells affordable hand-made soup mixes, baking mixes, and more. They are a transitional employment program serving women who have struggled to obtain and maintain employment. Women enter the role of production assistant and work in their food manufacturing business, making and packaging all the products they sell.

 

Candles

Homeless Garden Project

Homeless Garden Project products include organic jams, spices, and teas, beeswax candles, and all-natural bath & body products. Each product is handmade by trainees in their program who are experiencing homelessness, and is created using produce and flowers grown on their organic farm in Santa Cruz, CA.

Made by DWC

In 2011, MADE by DWC was launched offering homeless women in Los Angeles the opportunity to earn income while gaining job skills and experience. They produce a wide variety of hand-crafted goods, including soap, candles, coffee, and clothing. The women are employed within the social enterprise and attend skill-development workshops while receiving additional employment support services.

Conscious Step

Conscious Step allows you to purchase socks in support of a social cause of your choice, such as planting trees or saving animals. They are committed to lasting social and environmental change. every step they take in their production process supports farms and factories with fair wages, safe facilities, and sustainable materials.

Thistle Farms

Thistle Farms is a nonprofit social enterprise dedicated to helping women survivors recover and heal from prostitution, trafficking, and addiction. The women create candles, bath and body products, essential oils, and more, and are provided with a safe place to live, a meaningful job, and a lifelong sisterhood of support.

 

Toys + Games

Serrv

SERRV International began its mission by helping displaced European refugees trade their handcrafts for income after the Second World War. Since then, they've extended our reach to 24 countries worldwide, working to empower over 8,000 artisans selling goods ranging from chocolate and spices to birdhouses to handmade board games and more.

Novica

Novica supports thousands of artisans, selling everything from accessories such as jewelry and robes, home furnishings such as dinnerware, area rugs, and lamps, to beautiful hand-woven hammocks. Every purchase furthers Novica's mission to spread happiness by celebrating exploration, empowering artists, and preserving global culture.

UNICEF Market

In addition to UNICEF Market customers receiving beautiful handcrafted greeting cards, jewelry, clothing, home goods, board games, and more, part of the proceeds go to both the talented artisans and to help UNICEF's mission to save and protect children. UNICEF has helped save more children's lives than any other humanitarian organization.

MADE51

MADE51 sells fair-trade accessories, home decor, and gifts for children, all hand-crafted by refugee artisans. They give refugees a platform to sell their goods, as well provide business coaching and resources to help them manage their product line.

Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

As a part of the efforts to support the conservation work of Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya, this merchandise shop selling all sorts of elephant-themed goodies raises critical funds for the Trust's conservation projects. By purchasing items, you are playing a direct role in supporting elephant and wildlife preservation in East Africa.