We love Krochet Kids, they’re the future of non-profits. They teach disadvantaged women in Northern Uganda and Peru how to crochet and hire them to make cool hats and other accessories. Not only does the job give women a fair wage and the ability to provide for their families, but Krochet Kids also sponsors a financial education program that teaches the employees how to save and manage a budget.
"So you’ve been swallowed by a whale or some other leviathan. Again. You know, at some point, people are going to say that you do this on purpose. With this tin of pepper, you’ll be able to safely exit the belly and quell the rumors yourself."
826 Valencia sells well-designed, tongue in cheek pirate supplies in order to benefit the free programming that happens at their writing-tutoring center. 826 Valencia is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting students ages six to eighteen with their writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write.
So you’ve finally made the switch to a reusable shopping bag for your grocery-shopping but you still get those thin plastic bags when you buy produce. Not so good… This set of 5 reusable produce bags are handy, inexpensive, and awesome-looking. Plus they’re made of a thin polyester mesh so you can wash your veggies without taking them out.
Serve your salads in style with these curvy servers from Bambu. Made of certified organic bamboo which is lightweight and stronger than wood. Bambu works only with manufacturing partners who demonstrate a commitment to health and safety, environmental protection and fair labor practices.
Reclaimed Cleveland bottle opener, stamped with the source of the reclaimed wood used. Each is an original piece making use of scrap wood from various places around Cleveland.