Category: Social Good

bluetooth speakers by house of marley

Roots, rock, green audio! Perfect for the beach or a picnic, the Roots Rock portable bluetooth speakers bring high quality audio through bamboo and recycled plastic. A carry bag is integrated, made from hemp, organic cotton, and recycled plastic bottles.

toothbrush by smile squared

For every Smile Squared bamboo toothbrush purchase, Smile Squared donates one to a child in need, promoting better health and self-confidence. So far, the company has donated toothbrushes to communities in every US state and in 24 other countries.

soap by soapbox

Washing hands saves lives. For every SoapBox product sold, a bar of soap is given to a person in need, both in the US and abroad. SoapBox soaps are made with natural ingredients like organic fair trade shea butter, gluten-free oatmeal, and sea salt. Made in the USA.

pet food by bogo bowl

For every healthy bag of Bogo Bowl pet food that you buy for your furry friend, cat or dog, Bogo Bowl gives an equal share of equal quality food to shelters and rescue programs in need. Bogo Bowl is premium dog and cat food, made from all natural ingredients.

flip flop bracelets

The 80’s never left. Flip Flop Bracelets are fair trade sourced and hand made by women in Mali, West Africa. Washable and durable, this set of ten bracelets are made from recycle flip flops and resemble the jelly bracelets of the 80’s.

peanut butter by good spread

For every jar of Good Spread purchased, Good Spread provides hyper-nutritious food to a malnourished child in need. Good Spread is all natural peanut butter made with Georgia peanuts, sustainably sourced palm oil, sweetened with honey.

the lorax by dr. seuss

Dr. Suess’ 1971 classic, The Lorax, is a timeless book that teaches kids about conservation, sustainability, and loving the planet. The Lorax delivers an amusing and powerful message to both adults and children with brilliant rhymes and illustrations.

recycled newspaper pencil by treesmart

Oregon based TreeSmart makes pencils from 100% recycled newspaper. The company perfected a process that turns the newspaper back into wood, fit to make solid pencils. Products include recycled newpaper pencils, color pencils, and recycled rulers.

7 Year Pen

Write for miles on one cool looking pen! Americans throw away 1.6 billion disposable pens per year. Swiss made Seven Year Pens, by Seltzer, hide a jumbo ink cartridge inside, which prolongs their life to seven years. The pens come in fun colors and styles.

ayurvedic herbs drink by herbal-zap

Herbal Zap instant dissolving health drinks are made from Ayurvedic herbs that are non-GMO, ethically sourced and sustainably grown without herbicides or pesticides. Drink varieties include Immune Support, Digestive Support, and Party Detox.

fair trade organic coffee, chocolate, tea by equal exchange

Equal Exchange offers Fair Trade organic coffee, chocolate, tea and food. Fair Trade products essentially empowers farmers to prosper more and build sustainable businesses and communities, while empowering consumers to make a positive impact.

bottle opener beers not bomb from war to peace

It’s all about beers, not bombs, with this badass bottle opener. From War to Peace recycles the copper from disarmed and recycled nuclear weapons to make bottle openers and jewelry. 20% of profits are donated to peace and social justice organizations.

california wine by onehope

What’s not to like about drinking Napa Valley wine while making an impact? For each ONEHOPE bottle of wine purchase, a portion of proceeds is donated to causes that fight to end hunger, provide clean water, end global disease, fight breast cancer, and more.

himalayan salt lamp by so well

These Fair Trade Himalayan salt lamps are natural air ionizers that improve the air quality in your home or office. As a result, the abundance of negative ions emitted from a Himalayan salt lamp enhances your wellness; better sleep, breathing and immune system.

ribbed condoms sir richards

For every Sir Richard’s condom purchased, one is donated to someone, in need, in a developing country. As a result, your purchases help to fight the condom shortage that’s leaving millions of people susceptible to some of the world’s most preventable diseases.