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Global Exchange

Global Exchange is an international human rights organization dedicated to promoting social, economic, and environmental justice. Global Exchange tackles some of the most critical issues of our time like challenging corporate power, reducing our oil addiction, creating local green economies, campaigning for fair trade, monitoring elections, and training young adults in green careers. Global Exchange partners with Green America to put on the annual Green Festival, the largest sustainability event in the world. Each year the festival gets closer to being a zero-waste event. Over the last 25-years, Global Exchange has actively worked on behalf of workers, small farmers, the environment, and vulnerable communities around the world. Global Exchange also organizes socially conscious travel around the globe through their Reality Tours. Their 5-minute action program allows you to immediately make a difference on a cause by submitting an email right from the Global Exchange website.

Green America

Green America is a national not-for-profit organization founded in 1982 whose mission is to harness the strength of consumers, investors, businesses, and the marketplace to create a socially just and environmentally sustainable society. Known for their publications like The National Green Pages, Green America Magazine, and the Guide to Socially Responsible Investing, Green America is a leader on many fronts. The four main strategies Green America pursues are empowering individuals to make purchasing and investing choices that promote social justice and environmental sustainability, demanding an end to corporate irresponsibility, promoting green and fair trade business principles, and building sustainable communities in the US and abroad. They actively work to make progress on these strategies through a broad range of campaigns and programs. Some of their current programs include a campaign to help consumers identify non-GMO foods, a campaign urging electronics companies to provide safer factories, helping consumers purchase fair trade products, helping consumers find products that are not from sweatshops or child labor, promoting responsible credit cards from

EarthSave International

EarthSave is a non-profit organization that educates, inspires, and empower people to shift toward a plant-based diet and to take compassionate action for all life on Earth. Their 30 day Meals for Health intervention program helps low-income participants reduce their health care costs and assists with wellness and recovery using a low-fat plant-based diet. EarthSave is guided by founder John Robbins’ philosophy: May all be fed, may all be healed, may all be loved. Earthsave seeks public support for their programs through membership and contributions.

MarketPlace: Handwork of India

MarketPlace: Handwork of India is a pioneering nonprofit that empowers women in India to break the cycle of poverty. MarketPlace works with over 400 artisans who are organized into 11 independent co-operatives that produce high-quality women's apparel and home decor They learn skills such as sewing and embroidery, and participate in all aspects of running the cooperatives. Programs offer educational and enrichment opportunities designed to help the artisans overcome personal, cultural and financial obstacles. MarketPlace products available for purchase online include jackets, tops, skirts, pants, dresses, bags, jewelry, scarves, table linen, curtains, and cushion covers.

Solar Electric Light Fund

The Solar Electric Light Fund is a non-profit organization that designs and implements solar energy-based solutions for those living without access to electricity. The Solar Electric Light Fund has installed over 550 solar energy systems in 16 countries. They are currently working on projects in Haiti, Benin, and Columbia. The organization relies on donations from individuals, companies, and public agencies.

Good Paper - Recycled Cards

Good Paper's mission is to restore the human spirit. To restore the humanity and beauty within each of us that gets so easily forgotten and tossed aside. They start with their cardmakers - women who have escaped sex trafficking in the Philippines and young adults orphaned by disease in Rwanda. The Rwandan cards are three-dimensional cutouts handcrafted in Rwanda from local Rwandan office waste, making it environmentally sustainable, too. The Philippine cards are handcrafted in the Philippines from a variety of handmade, recycled papers. All of the products from Good Paper are beautiful, wonderfully crafted, and very unique.