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Saturday and Sunday, December 1 and December 2, would be a wonderful time to jumpstart your holiday shopping…

On those first two days of December, 50% of all proceeds from will fund health and education projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America. works with 142 artisan cooperatives in 34 countries to help women gain access to the US consumer market so they can build a sustainable life and their children can thrive. Every single product at is fair trade which means that the person who made it was paid a fair wage and treated with dignity.

Their 2006 fundraiser made it possible to provide medical equipment to a lab in India, build a fresh water system in Guatemala, and build a computer lab in South Africa — let’s see what small miracles we can help to make happen this year! fair trade angel ornaments at

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  1. Jenna Raby

    Hi domestic goddess Jen, I wanted to introduce myself after your post on World of Good. I am also the founder of a social enterprise,, an online marketplace for household, personal and family care workers that helps to tackle wage inequality in the temporary labor workforce. Service providers (housecleaners, babysitters,handymen, plumbers, event staff etc.) advertise direct to able employers. I built Laborfair so everyone benefits, the consumer posts jobs for free and the provider makes more money by going direct. Laborfair is working really well in the Bay Area and Northern California as a real resource for time-starved women looking to hire quality, reliable people directly–kind of a boutique craigslist experience. I blog regularly on using business to create social change so check it out.

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