Small businesses need your help. Non-profits need your help. How about supporting both while shopping for some amazing products. We rounded up a list of small business that are giving back to make the world a little better. We asked each of them four questions to help you get to know them a little better. Happy shopping.
Tenfed is a clothing company based in Toronto that offers unique yet meaningful, everyday apparel. They are more than just a clothing brand – they are about having meaning and purpose behind what you choose to wear because for every item that is sold, ten meals are provided to feed hungry children around the globe – get it, Ten-fed. How many meals have they provided so far you ask? 335,000!
We sat down with the fellas at TenFed.
No parent wants to relinquish their children to an orphanage. Poverty robs them of choice. At Little by Little, employment is provided to Haitian parents living in poverty, empowering them to care for their families. Your purchases empower parents in Haiti to provide for their children.
Read our interview with Little by Little.
At C.J.ROCKER, they believe in leaving the world better than they found it. Whether that be through their stunning jewelry or their work supporting victims and survivors of sex trafficking. Their mission is to leave no girl behind. By first rescuing victims out of the sex trade, and then supporting them until they are self sustaining, C.J.ROCKER provides freedom and a second chance to those who were forced into trafficking. With a portion of proceeds from every purchase, up to 25%, being donated to local and global non-profit, this award winning jewelry brand has raised over $50,000 since their launch in 2017.
Check out our interview with C.J.ROCKER.
We sat down with Carmen Daley the founder of Carli D Collective, to learn more about her journey with mental health, as a woman, mother, advocate, and small business owner. Offering stunning original fine art paintings, porcelain and resin art, as well as creative boxes for beginners who want to try their hand at being an artist themselves, Carli D Collective also advocates for mental health awareness.
Read our interview with Daley.