Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Places to buy products which benefit trafficking victims

http://humantrafficking.change.org/blog/view/where_to_find_holiday_gifts_that_help_human_trafficking_victims?me=nl

  • Free the Slaves Store: Awesome original art prints, jewelry made by survivors, and books and other media about human trafficking. Proceeds benefit Free the Slaves.
  • International Justice Mission Gift of Freedom: Support IJM's efforts to seek justice for trafficking survivors by giving an aftercare package or trial fees. Proceeds benefit IJM.
  • Made By Survivors: Unique and beautiful jewelry, bags, and other gifts made by survivors. Proceeds benefit vocational programs for survivors around the world.
  • Not for Sale Freedom Store: Everything from Fair Trade coffee to shoes to t-shirts, including some interesting and unique art. Proceeds benefit the Not for Sale Campaign and vocational programs for survivors.
  • Nightlight: Jewelry made by survivors that ranges from young and funky to mature and elegant. Proceeds benefit vocational programs for trafficking survivors and at-risk women.
  • Nomi Network: Bags big and small, many of which are made from recycled materials making them cute, green, and good for trafficking survivors.
  • Riji Green: Customizable handbags and t-shirts way cooler than anything available at the mall. A portion of the proceeds benefits International Justice Mission.
  • Sapa Sapa: Handmade, vegan soaps and lip balms with all natural ingredients. Proceeds benefit Cambodian nonprofits that work with survivors.
  • Shoe Revolt: Previously-loved shoes (including some from celebrities) ranging from sneakers to pumps. Proceeds go to support a number of anti-trafficking organizations in the U.S.
  • Stop Traffick Fashion: Fashion-forward t-shirts, handbags, and jewelry, much of which is made by survivors. A portion of revenue benefits nonprofits that work with survivors.

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