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It's time to start Christmas shopping! I've got you covered with some Fair Trade & Ethical Christmas gift ideas for her-- for every budget! Shopping Fair Trade doesn't have to be super expensive, but it also can be fun to splurge on some gifts that are also empowering women & men across the globe!

This post has 60 Christmas gift ideas for 2020. I've tried to include as much variety as I can so you can find gifts for any lady on your list!

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Trades of Hope Christmas Gifts for Every Budget

It's time to start Christmas shopping! I've got you covered with some Fair Trade & Ethical Christmas gift ideas for her-- for every budget! Shopping Fair Trade doesn't have to be super expensive, but it also can be fun to splurge on some gifts that are also empowering women & men across the globe!

This post has 60 Christmas gift ideas for 2020. I've tried to include as much variety as I can so you can find gifts for any lady on your list!

Click the matching number links below the image to shop any of the Christmas gifts ideas for her.

This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy for more.

Fair Trade & Ethical Gifts for Her $25 and Under!

  1. Geo Hoop Earrings- Trades of Hope {Made in Kenya}
  2. Fair Trade Scarf- Globein {Made in Thailand}
  3. Native Riches Earrings- Ten Thousand Villages {Made in Kenya}
  4. Choose Your Mood Ring- Ten Thousand Villages {Made in Peru}
  5. Tassel Bracelet- Papillon Marketplace {Made in Haiti}
  6. Medallion Necklace- Ten Thousand Villages {Made in Guatemala}
  7. Warsh Bar- Trades of Hope {Made in Baltimore, USA}
  8. Calliope Keyhole Necklace- Papillon Marketplace {Made in Haiti}
  9. Faith Bracelet- Trades of Hope {Made in Haiti}
  10. Aime Bracelet- Trades of Hope {Made in Haiti}
  11. Bijou Bracelet- Trades of Hope {Made in Haiti}
  12. Microbead Hoop Earrings- Papillon Marketplace {Made in Haiti}
  13. Linked Earrings- Trades of Hope {Made in Kenya}
  14. Knot Center Headband- Papillon Marketplace {Made in Haiti}

Shop $25 & Under

Fair Trade & Ethical Gifts for Her $50 and Under!

  1. Kindred Tote- Trades of Hope (Made in India)
  2. Mother Daughter Necklace Set- Papillon Marketplace (Made in Haiti)
  3. Silver Warrior Cuff- Trades of Hope {Made in India}
  4. Sea Glass Necklace- Trades of Hope {Made in Jordan}
  5. Tenacity Set- Trades of Hope {Made in India}
  6. Celestial Ring- Trades of Hope {Made in India}
  7. Aura Earrings- Trades of Hope {Made in The Philippines}
  8. Belle Bead Lanyard- Papillon Marketplace {Made in Haiti}
  9. Turning Leaf Set- Trades of Hope {Made in India}
  10. Eternal Pearl Set- Trades of Hope {Made in India}
  11. Camille Necklace- Papillon Marketplace {Made in Haiti}
  12. Teah Necklace- Papillon Marketplace {Made in Haiti}
  13. Larimar Stone Bracelet- Trades of Hope {Made in Dominican Republic}
  14. Rita Scarf- Trades of Hope {Made in India}

Shop $50 and Under

Fair Trade & Ethical Gifts for Her $100 and Under!

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Fair Trade & Ethical Gifts for Her $150 and Up!

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I hope this list of Fair Trade & Ethical gift ideas for every budget has helped you narrow down your gift-giving choices. 

It is the thought that counts, and what better way to celebrate than with a one of a kind unique Fair Trade piece!

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Trades of Hope Christmas 2020 Collection | Fair Trade & Ethical https://kindredmovement.com/trades-of-hope-christmas-2020-collection-fair-trade-ethical/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=trades-of-hope-christmas-2020-collection-fair-trade-ethical https://kindredmovement.com/trades-of-hope-christmas-2020-collection-fair-trade-ethical/#respond Tue, 20 Oct 2020 23:47:30 +0000 https://kindredmovement.com/?p=3292 It's almost November, friends! That means that it's time to start thinking about the Holidays! I don't know about you, but Christmas music will be getting turned on in our house starting November 1st. We haven't decorated yet, but I have a strong feeling we will be getting the box out very soon! We will definitely be posting some photos on Instagram and maybe even filming a Youtube Video of our cute little tiny house once we've got it all decorated, stay tuned for that!

If you're thinking about adding some

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It's almost November, friends! That means that it's time to start thinking about the Holidays! I don't know about you, but Christmas music will be getting turned on in our house starting November 1st. We haven't decorated yet, but I have a strong feeling we will be getting the box out very soon! We will definitely be posting some photos on Instagram and maybe even filming a Youtube Video of our cute little tiny house once we've got it all decorated, stay tuned for that!

If you're thinking about adding some Ethical, Fair Trade, and Sustainable decor to your Christmas arsenal this year, look no further! I'm going to share 8 adorable Christmas decor items that you're going to love!

All of our fair trade designs bring hope to the women and men who create them. It is our hope that the joy of this season will not only be celebrated within our families and friends, but shared with the world to bring peace to all.  Each gift purchased brings hope to its creator.

Be sure to use my shopping links below each product so we can make an even bigger impact with the current promotions going on with Trades of Hope!

This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy for more.

Take a look at the digital version of the Fall Style Board here(click HERE to shop):

Block Print Nativity Set $38

A great set for kiddos to play with!!

This set of eight nativity figurines is intricately hand carved and whitewashed by Artisans in India. Each set includes baby Jesus in a manger, Mary, Joseph, three kings, one shepherd, and one sheep. Made from rohida wood, these figurines are decorative replicas of the hand-carved stamps Artisans use when block printing, one of India’s most treasured Artisan traditions. Handcrafted in India by men like Hermant

Hermant’s Story of Hope:

Hemant is a master craftsman in India who learned traditional woodcarving from his father and dreams of passing his own Artisan skills on to the next generation. He loves the challenge of working on complicated designs and has been able to provide for his wife and two sons for nearly three decades through his work as an Artisan, including sending one of his sons to college. Hemant carefully selects the best type of wood for each design and then creates a pattern for the other Artisans he employs in his workshop at his home.

“Working with this Artisan community has given me an opportunity to understand the market and the value of work and sharing a good thing with my fellow Artisans.”

Capiz Starlight Ornaments $38

This elegant set of three handcrafted capiz shell ornaments begins at the bottom of the sea surrounding the Philippine Islands. Divers collect basketfuls of beautiful “windowpane” shells for Artisans like Emelyn, who cut each custom shape and bind them by into delicate gold-plated frames to create these star-inspired ornaments. Handcrafted by women in the Philippines, like Emelyn.

Emelyn’s Story of Hope:

After financial struggles forced Emelyn and her siblings to drop out of school during her first year of college, Emelyn went to work at a fast-food restaurant. At the restaurant, she met the granddaughter of a local businesswoman who taught women how to make jewelry and art from capiz shells. Amazed by the Artisans’ creativity, Emelyn eagerly learned each step of the production process. Now, this twenty-four-year-old is able to support her parents, send her younger brother back to school, and buy land to build her family a home. She even co-manages the workshop’s entire capiz production process, along with the owner’s granddaughter!

Mama & Baby Penguin Pair Ornaments $30

OMG. When I saw these I SWOONED. I've always been a lover of penguins, if you saw my stuffed animal collection as a kid you would see.

Each penguin is handcrafted in Nepal with a festive knit scarf to keep it warm and cozy. Handcrafted in Nepal by women like Amrita.

Amrita’s Story of Hope:

My aunt introduced me to this workshop. As an Artisan, I’m able to devote time toward both my studies and work. With this balance, it makes me feel like a responsible person toward society and my family. I’m earning my bachelor’s degree in social work. I’ve seen children not receiving appropriate care and nurture. I’ve seen children wandering around the streets and sometimes ending up in wrong places. I would like to help them in any way possible. I dream of opening an orphanage to serve their needs and provide them with an education.

I really appreciate my work. I’m able to contribute toward my family’s expenses. Moreover, I’ve been able to pay my own tuition fees. So, this work is very important to me. 

Mini Stars of Haiti Ornaments $36

This set of four upcycled cereal box ornaments will be the shining mini stars of your holiday décor! Each ornament is hand-rolled by mothers in Haiti, where our mission to help mamas keep their babies began. Handcrafted in Haiti by women like Clivia.

Clivia’s Story of Hope

 I come from a small family and was raised in one of the most dangerous areas in Port-au-Prince. I cannot imagine what life would be like without my work. I would have to depend on the help of others. I love when I hear there are new orders and that I’m able to come to work the next day! Now, life is really peaceful in our community. Trades of Hope and this Artisan community have helped by providing jobs.

I have my own family now, and we’ve moved to a safe area since I started working at this workshop. Now, I’m an independent woman and I’m able to help my mother. My dream is to have enough money to be able to build my own home! 

Nordic Gnome Ornament Trio $32

This set of three whimsical Nordic gnomes will add some playful charm to your holiday décor with their fluffy beards and bellies! Each handcrafted wool felt gnome features his own unique and festive holiday hat. Handcrafted in Nepal by women like Kamala.

Kamala’s Story of Hope: 

These ornaments help provide peace and comfort to socially marginalized women in Nepal like Kamala. In a culture that discriminates against women, Kamala and her Artisan community depend on earning income from purchases beyond their local markets. Every purchase helps Kamala provide food, clothing, education, and a safe home for her family. 

Steel Nativity Ornament $22

Handcrafted from upcycled steel oil drums, this nativity inspired ornament is meticulously hand cut, hammered, and embellished by Artisans in Haiti. Finished with natural string and a hand-rolled cereal box bead, this ornament is the perfect gift of hope for everyone on your gift list! Handcrafted in Haiti by men like Claude.

Claude’s Story of Hope:

In the midst of extreme poverty, political unrest, and constant trials, our Artisan partners in Haiti are creating beauty from discarded materials like upcycled steel oil drums. Abandoned by his mother as a young boy, Claude became orphaned and alone when his father passed away. As a child, Claude worked alongside the Artisans in his village to provide for himself. As a teen, he sold handcrafted Noah’s Arks at local fairs. Now in his late 20’s, he is highly respected by the dozens of Artisans he oversees in his workshop.

Snowflake Coaster Set $28 & Trivet $22

As someone who owns the vintage trivet & loves it, I was thrilled to see these shapes added for Christmas! Hand-carved mango wood with whitewash finished edges make the Snowflake Trivet & Coasters from India the perfect accent pieces for your winter holiday table! Both handcrafted in India by women like Ekra.

Ekra’s Story of Hope: 

Growing up in India, Ekra dreamed of graduating, but financial challenges forced her to drop out of school in the 8th grade. Without an education, her job opportunities were severely limited. As Ekra watched her older brothers follow in their father’s footsteps and become woodworkers, she became interested in their family’s business. She started helping with finishing and packaging.

Now she works alongside her brothers as an equal Artisan partner with the support of their Artisan community who recently made improvements to their family’s workshop by adding safety equipment and better lighting. Ekra is grateful for her work and for the financial support of her Artisan community, especially during the recent COVID-19 lockdown in India.

Which Piece (Or Pieces) Are Your Favorite? Let Me Know In The Comments Below!

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My Top Picks from Let’s Curate | Global Artisan Made Goods https://kindredmovement.com/my-top-picks-from-lets-curate-global-artisan-made-goods/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=my-top-picks-from-lets-curate-global-artisan-made-goods https://kindredmovement.com/my-top-picks-from-lets-curate-global-artisan-made-goods/#respond Wed, 14 Oct 2020 13:49:09 +0000 https://kindredmovement.com/?p=3284 I've recently learned of Let's Curate, a brand that is showcasing Artisan's handmade goods from all around the world, but also ensuring they receive a fair wage for their work! They currently work in 18 countries with over 27 artisans. They are helping artisans focus on their work, without having to focus on the business part. It is helping cultures keep their art alive, as many times, artists aren't able to make a living off of their work and have to give up their art & get traditional jobs.

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I've recently learned of Let's Curate, a brand that is showcasing Artisan's handmade goods from all around the world, but also ensuring they receive a fair wage for their work! They currently work in 18 countries with over 27 artisans. They are helping artisans focus on their work, without having to focus on the business part. It is helping cultures keep their art alive, as many times, artists aren't able to make a living off of their work and have to give up their art & get traditional jobs.

I had the privilege of interviewing their founder, Meghana, on the podcast! She launched this brand because of her love for travel & the art she finds along the way. As people asked her, "where did you get that piece?" she noticed there was a lack of presence online for people to support the artisans & purchase their pieces for themselves.

She also shared one of her favorite artisan stories on the podcast, head here to listen to the entire episode, it's SO. GOOD.

Here are a few pieces I have picked out on their website that are my favorites! If you would like to purchase any of these pieces, be sure to use my discount code KINDRED10 for 10% off your order!

My Top 5 Picks from Let's Curate:

1. Upcycled Red Silk Clutch- Made in India

2. Crescent Cuties- Made in USA

3. Hand-Painted Turtle- Made in India

4. Bunny Terrarium Necklace- Made in Estonia

5. Marigold Statement Necklace- Made in the UK

6. Handpainted Teapots- Made in Pakistan

Shop my Picks- Use code KINDRED10 for 10% off!

Which are your top picks?

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Trades of Hope Fall Collection 2020 | Fair Trade & Ethical https://kindredmovement.com/trades-of-hope-fall-collection-2020/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=trades-of-hope-fall-collection-2020 https://kindredmovement.com/trades-of-hope-fall-collection-2020/#respond Sat, 19 Sep 2020 22:17:05 +0000 https://kindredmovement.com/?p=3110 The Trades of Hope Fall 2020 Collection is available now!

As always, Trades of Hope Compassionate Entrepreneurs get the first look at the Trades of Hope Fall Collection as well as first access to purchase the Fair Trade + Ethical goodies at 50% off! The Fall 2020 Style Board, Renaissance of Thought, reminds us it is our responsibility to renew the way we think of the world, championing diversity, and looking out for each other. 

As the events of 2020 have impacted lives all around the world, many our Trades of Hope Artisan partners have

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The Trades of Hope Fall 2020 Collection is available now!

As always, Trades of Hope Compassionate Entrepreneurs get the first look at the Trades of Hope Fall Collection as well as first access to purchase the Fair Trade + Ethical goodies at 50% off!

The Fall 2020 Style Board, Renaissance of Thought, reminds us it is our responsibility to renew the way we think of the world, championing diversity, and looking out for each other. 

As the events of 2020 have impacted lives all around the world, many our Trades of Hope Artisan partners have been impacted as well. During lockdowns, access to workshops and materials has been a challenge for some. Shipping has been impacted in several  regions. 

While the COVID-19 pandemic has limited the number of pieces we typically include in our Fall 2020 Collection, it was very important to us to continue providing work for available Artisans during this pandemic. Our Product Development team has worked hand-in-hand with community leaders to provide jobs while coming up with 8 of the season’s best sustainable designs that are sure to carry you into 2021.

This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy for more.

 

I'll share some of my favorite pieces from a few of the most popular categories, and you can check out the rest and SHOP on the website!

 

Take a look at the digital version of the Fall Style Board here(click HERE to shop):

 

 

My Fav. Trades of Hope Fall 2020 Earrings

Aura Earrings $26

Our Capiz Shell earrings are so light & unique! These are a creamy tone so they match with everything, & are comfy for everyday wear!

Handcrafted by women in the Philippines, like Emelyn.

Emelyn’s Story of Hope:

After financial struggles forced Emelyn and her siblings to drop out of school during her first year of college, Emelyn went to work at a fast-food restaurant. At the restaurant, she met the granddaughter of a local businesswoman who taught women how to make jewelry and art from capiz shells. Amazed by the Artisans’ creativity, Emelyn eagerly learned each step of the production process. Now, this twenty-four-year-old is able to support her parents, send her younger brother back to school, and buy land to build her family a home. She even co-manages the workshop’s entire capiz production process, along with the owner’s granddaughter! 

How They're Made:

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Zanmi Earrings $38

Zanmi means “friend” in Haitian Creole. I absolutely love all of the tassel earrings we get from Haiti! I had the pleasure of meeting this artisan group in Haiti in 2018 & they are so very talented.

These are Handcrafted in Haiti by women like Ismaella.

Ismaella, in her own words: 

“In Haiti, life is difficult. In an unorganized society, men often don’t respect women, and fathers often do not take responsibility for their children. Women have to become strong to survive and to support their children. 

 We are a small community of strong women. We share good and bad times, and because we spend so much time together, we have become a second family. The opportunity to earn money allows us to become better than we could have imagined. We can go farther, and we can understand that we have potential for great things. We can take care of ourselves and our families.” 

How they're made:

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My Fav Trades of Hope Fall 2020 Bracelet

Bijou Bracelet $22

This totally unique Bijou Bracelet is handcrafted in Haiti, where Trades of Hope’s mission to “help mamas keep their babies” began! Each stretch-to-fit bracelet is made from hand-rolled cereal box beads, natural sodalite stone beads, steel beads, hand-painted Haitian clay beads, and heart-shaped antiqued-silver-finish metal charm.  

Handcrafted in Haiti by women like Makensia.

Makensia’s Story of Hope:

Surrounded by the tropical beauty of Haiti, Makensia is also surrounded by extreme poverty. But neither poverty, nor the death of a child, nor domestic abuse have defined her. She has persevered through many challenging seasons and continues to pursue good things for her family.

While many mothers in her village have been forced to make the heartbreaking decision to give up their children to poverty orphanages to save them from starvation, this mother of five has been able to earn enough income to keep her family together by hand rolling beads and making jewelry from discarded cereal boxes. Your purchase helps Makensia continue to keep her family together. 

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My Fav. Trades of Hope 2020 Necklace & Bracelet Combo

Amara Necklace $38 & Tourmaline Bracelet $42

These two pieces aren't officially sold as a set, but they go perfectly together! I love the simplicity & tones in this bracelet, and the beads are ethically sourced Tourmaline that is smoothed by hand by the artisans. The necklace has a genuine Labradorite stone!

Handcrafted in India by men like Dulal. (working alongside Artisan women, too!) 

Dulal’s Story of Hope, in his own words:

When I was 19 years old, I wasn’t interested in further studies. My life was just sad. I was not aware of my abilities and was just in search of some work. I was depressed due to economic conditions. Then my friend introduced me to this work. My previous boss used to treat me very badly. Now, I enjoy my work! It’s helping my family and me. I’m capable enough to fulfill my needs, and I’m making all types of handmade jewelry. So overall, it’s a big achievement for me! I’m happy to be an Artisan. I have hope for a good life in the future! 

How They're Made:

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My Fav. Trades of Hope Fall 2020 Bag

Everyday Crossbody $118

Who doesn't love a classic black leather crossbody?! This bag is the little sister to my current favorite, the Rabia Bag. The quality is amazing. I've never owned a designer handbag, but I feel this bag must be right on par quality-wise, & the price is amazing for being a fair trade bag.

Handcrafted in India by women like Rafiqan.

Rafiqan’s Story of Hope:

Rafiqan lives near Jaipur, a city renowned for its legendary artisanal workshops. Extreme poverty in many of the surrounding villages often results in the exploitation of vulnerable Artisans – especially women – in sweatshops with unsafe workspaces, unreasonable hours, and unfair wages. Committed to empowering Artisans, this workshop trained Rafiqan in the art of leather crafting. She began as a materials cutter and can now make an entire bag – from start to finish – by herself! Now Rafiqan is able to earn a living wage in a safe clean workspace. Your purchase helps Rafiqan earn enough income to provide for her family’s needs and send her children to school. 

Purchase this piece and empower a woman in India!

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My Fav. Trades of Hope Fall 2020 Ring

Topaz Ring $38

Love it when Trades of Hope gives us more rings! I used to wear so many rings as a teen, but I calmed down after getting engaged. Looking forward to getting back into wearing more rings with this one!

This sparkling topaz and smoky quartz ring is inspired and created in India by a community of Artisans who intentionally support vulnerable women and families in areas of extreme poverty. A stunning “cat’s eye” shaped genuine topaz stone is set in a golden frame that wraps around to a petite smoky quartz accent stone.

 Handcrafted in India by women like Indu.

Indu’s Story of Hope, in her own words:

“I learned how to make jewelry in this workshop. Before I became an Artisan, I couldn’t pay my children’s school or college fees, and I never dreamed of having my own house! I needed money to look after my family and was fortunate to hear about a local community who taught women to become Artisans. 

I have two daughters and a son. My husband passed away last year. Without my work as an Artisan, I would not be able to take care of my family. Today, I’m proud to say that my children are being educated and I have my own house!” 

How It's Made:

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My Fav. Trades of Hope Spring 2020 Scarf

Rita Scarf $28

Last but not least, MY ABSOLUTE FAV from this launch, the Rita Scarf! The colors in this scarf are so elegant & lovely. I SWOON when we release larger scarves like this, because they are so versatile! One of my fav. ways to wear this scarf, especially because I live in Florida, is tied into a flowy Kimono/vest.

How It's Made (this process FASCINATES me, the amount of detail & time that goes into each scarf is crazy!):

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Baby Shower Gift Ideas | Fair Trade & Ethical https://kindredmovement.com/baby-shower-gift-ideas-fair-trade-ethical/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=baby-shower-gift-ideas-fair-trade-ethical https://kindredmovement.com/baby-shower-gift-ideas-fair-trade-ethical/#respond Sun, 12 Jul 2020 18:31:48 +0000 https://kindredmovement.com/?p=2805 If your newsfeed looks like mine, there are a whole lot of families announcing pregnancies lately! I heard some people predicting there would be a baby boom after this quarantine, and I think they were right! Since I know there are going to be a lot of upcoming baby shower invitations for many of us, I thought I would put together a roundup of my top 20 favorite Fair Trade & Ethical non-clothing gift ideas for baby showers! I wanted to include clothing items as well, but my list was

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If your newsfeed looks like mine, there are a whole lot of families announcing pregnancies lately! I heard some people predicting there would be a baby boom after this quarantine, and I think they were right! Since I know there are going to be a lot of upcoming baby shower invitations for many of us, I thought I would put together a roundup of my top 20 favorite Fair Trade & Ethical non-clothing gift ideas for baby showers! I wanted to include clothing items as well, but my list was getting too long, so I will be doing a follow-up post in the future.

I don't have any babies of my own, but I have 2 nieces, and would have LOVED to grab all of these cute things for them back when they were born! Maybe my sister will have some more babies and I'll get another chance. 😉 As someone who is fascinated by and loves learning about other cultures, I think kids should start being exposed to things from other countries as soon as possible! Toys and other things that are authentic or even inspired are a great way to have natural teaching moments! My nieces are half-Honduran, so I'm always trying to talk to them about Honduras when I'm video chatting with them. Although I think hand-me-downs are a great idea to reduce waste, not everyone is into that, so why not gift a brand new, Fair Trade product that helps mamas provide for their babies all over the world!

Photo I took of my sweet niece Myrie when she was a few days old! <3 I miss her so!

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My Top 20 Fair Trade & Ethical Baby Shower Gift Finds for 2020

Trades of Hope

Safari Friends

This stuffed animal set of 3 is made in India, and it's one of our top sellers! I LOVE the designs on each of them, and you could for sure break the set up and gift them individually to multiple babies!

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Tulum The Dragon & Tula the Unicorn

These two would look great in a Fantasy/princess themed Nursery! I've seen a lot of Rainbow Baby mamas swooning over them as well!

Tula the Unicorn and Tulum the Dragon are fair-trade fun at its best! Handcrafted by Artisans in Mexico, these whimsical creatures are bringing hope to families in areas of extreme poverty. Named after one of Mexico’s ancient cities where many of their Artisan techniques originated, Tula & Tulum are the perfect blend of Artisan tradition and eco-friendly design with hand-stitched multi-color cotton yarn and upcycled wool.

Trades of Hope Website

Grab Tulum Here & Tula Here

Naupaka

Organic Cloud & Rainbow Teethers

I love the look of these teethers! They're so natural & bohemian. The wood is super smooth organic beechwood, and the cord is also 100% organic cotton! They're made by moms in California that have been through the teething trenches!

Use the code TAWNYAUSTIN for 10% off your order!

Grab the Cloud Teether here & the Rainbow Teether here.

Made Trade

Pebble Organic Knitted Dino & Snake Rattle, Stripey Bunny

Each Pebble baby rattle, hat, blanket, and children’s toy is ethically and sustainably produced in Bangladesh with natural materials like organic cotton. The organic cotton is spun by Pebble’s women artisans into yarn and then hand-knitted and crocheted into everything from a friendly plush bunny to a smiling cupcake. All Pebble products are made without the use of electricity reducing the company’s carbon footprint. Pebble provides dignified work in safe working conditions and fair living wages to the more than 12,000 women artisans employed across 120 rural villages in Bangladesh. Pebble is a woman-owned company, is Fair Trade certified by the World Fair Trade Organization and is a member of Fair Trade Federation.

Made Trade Website

Shop the Dino here, Snake here, and Bunny here.

Ekobo Recycled Bamboo Feeding Set

Ekobo’s exceptionally durable, eco-friendly bamboo fiber tableware is a pretty incredible feat of engineering. Each piece of Ekobo’s tableware is made from raw organic bamboo sawdust — a bi-product of China’s chopstick and flooring industry. The sawdust is collected and finely ground into a powder which, when mixed with a food-safe and non-toxic melamine binding resin, is transformed into Ekobo’s super strong BIOBU bamboo material. Each piece is made responsibly in China where workers receive fair, living wages and work in safe conditions that adhere to fair trade standards. 

Made Trade Website

Shop the Bamboo Set Here.

Papillon Marketplace

Haitian Mother Daughter Dolls & Anne Marie Doll

I saw these dolls while I was visiting Haiti, and thought they would be the perfect gift for little girls! Since they're soft they'll work for a baby to start snuggling and playing with! These dolls are hand-sewn with love by artisans in Haiti, and provide jobs for 4-5 artisans. There are other dolls on the site, but these 2 stuck out to me! It's so sweet that the Anne Marie Doll has her story on the website:

I live on Haiti's largest island, La Gonave. My favorite thing to do is watch the dolphins while I wait for my dad to finish his day of work snorkeling for crab and conch in the clear blue sea. Before sunset, we walk home to our house on the beach that my family built with wood and palms for the roof. I am happy you are my new friend!

Papillon Website

Shop the Mother Daughter Dolls Here & Anne Marie Doll Here

Globein

Giraffe Bank

This would be a great thing to keep a savings fund in for the baby! Would look cute in a safari-themed nursery. Made in India.

Rainbow Pillow

I thought this pillow would be perfect for rainbow babies, and the neutral colors would look great in the crib or on the rocking chair. Made in Kenya.

Tununi Seed Rattle

This little rattle is made in Peru and caught my eye! Based on the reviews on the site, the noise from the seeds isn't annoying.

Make a Wish Box

This box is more for new years or birthdays, but I thought a box where the baby shower guests can leave wishes for mama and baby would be a cute idea! It's small & simple enough that it could sit in the nursery year round. It would be sweet if mama opened it around their first birthday & then brought it out for every upcoming birthday party. Just my thoughts. 🙂 Made in India.

Grab the Giraffe here, Rainbow Pillow here, Tununi Seed Rattle here, and Make a Wish Box here.

Ten Thousand Villages

Recycled Sari Bandana Bibs & Blanket

I swoon over anything recycled Sari. You'll get different designs every time you order, which makes it like a fun surprise! The designs look like they could be unisex for the most part.

All saris are lovingly laundered, then hand-stitched by the women makers of Prokritee, creating bright futures for moms and babies in villages across Bangladesh. These bibs feature adjustable snaps and a terry cloth backing for absorbency.

Ten Thousand Villages Website

Market Fruit Finger Puppets

Although baby won't be able to use these for a while, they would be great for playing with Baby! I also loved learning about how eco-friendly these are made :

The Market Fruit Finger Puppets make for a sweet handcrafted toy. These finger puppets are handmade by artisans working with the Association for Craft Producers in Kathmandu, at the foot of the Himalayas. The felt used to make this finger puppet is dyed using AZO–free dyes. The workshop is incorporating innovative processes to protect the environment. Their office runs partially off solar power, and they have reduced their fuel consumption by fifty percent. Their office has a rainwater catchment system. The rainwater is reused in the felting process.

Ten Thousand Villages Website

Woven Palm Leaf Moses Basket

You know I couldn't leave out a Moses Basket. Made in Bangladesh, they even have some of that upcycled Sari on the inside. These baskets are all over Instagram and Pinterest, they're a bohemian mama's dream. It's the priciest item on my list, but what mama doesn't want one of these?! She'll LOVE it!

Elephant Puzzle Box

I thought this puzzle box was super cute because it looks like a pregnant Elephant mama and her baby! It'll look great in the nursery as a decor item, and then when baby is older he/she can play with the puzzle! There is space on the inside to hide small treasures as well. Made in India.

The Elephant Puzzle Box makes sure you won’t forget where you hid your secret treasures. Mother and baby elephants, hand-carved from shesham wood, cuddle together to conceal a compartment for your precious possessions. Meaning “hope” in Sanskrit, Asha Handicrafts is an Indian fair trade organization that has been working to promote the social and economic development of artisans throughout India for more than 40 years. Asha works with more than 50 producer groups and more than 1,200 makers across India, including skilled artisans in Sarahanpur, the center of traditional woodworking in India.

Ten Thousand Villages Website

Shop the Bandana Bibs here, Blanket here, Moses Basket here, Fruit Puppets here and Elephant Puzzle Box here.

Symbology

Zeki Learning Small Dinosaur

Last but not least, this little dinosaur would be perfect for baby as he/she is learning about different textiles! It's only $10 as well! Made in India.

Grab the Dinosaur here.

There you have it! Those are all of my top picks! Now I'm looking forward to my next Baby Shower invite! I hope this post helps make your shopping easier, and of course more ethical!

Which pieces are your favorite? Let me know in the comments below!

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Essential oils are all the rage these days. I happen to love using essential oils in our room diffusers, and have recently started wearing Diffuser Jewelry as well! I've seen some great tutorials on how you can make essential oil jewelry yourself, but why not support Fair Trade and get some cute jewelry for yourself or for your essential oil loving friends?

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Essential Oils

I know there are a lot of options out

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My Fav Fair Trade + Ethical Essential Oil Diffuser Jewelry Finds

Essential oils are all the rage these days. I happen to love using essential oils in our room diffusers, and have recently started wearing Diffuser Jewelry as well! I've seen some great tutorials on how you can make essential oil jewelry yourself, but why not support Fair Trade and get some cute jewelry for yourself or for your essential oil loving friends?

Check out my top 7 Fair Trade Ethical essential oil jewelry picks. Every purchase empowers women out of poverty! Read the blog post to see my top picks and click through to shop the Essential Oil Diffuser Jewelry! #fairtrade #ethical #essentialoils #diffuserjewelry#ecofriendly #empoweringwomen #endpoverty #handmade #handcrafted #tradesofhope

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Essential Oils

I know there are a lot of options out there for where to purchase your essential oils, and some companies who claim theirs are the best and only kind you should use. If you already have a brand you use and love, for sure keep using them! I'm no expert, but I wanted to recommend my favorite brand!

My family has been using Edens Garden Oils for years. They're significantly more affordable than a lot of other brands, which means we're able to use more of them in our home.  They're a reputable brand that uses eco-friendly, sustainable methods of obtaining their oils. Here's their pledge:

"The E.D.E.N.S. pledge is the cornerstone of our company
because we value transparency and honesty. Sourced
from around the globe, our oils are all rigorously batch
tested before they are poured into E.G. bottles. We are
committed to you, the customer, so you can rest-assured
that all of our products are pure, safe and effective."

Of course, you can head to their website to learn more about their oils.

Lava Essence Bracelet- Trades of Hope

My top fav. is the Lava Essence Bracelet from Trades of Hope. I wear this bracelet often, and I love that it is empowering women in Jordan.

Comprised of genuine black lava stone beads, this stretchy bracelet is perfect for diffusing essential oils. With an upcycled sea glass charm and riverstone beads in the center, this bracelet is not only functional, but stylish as well.

Many of these Artisans in Jordan have lived the majority of their lives completely dependent and controlled by their closest male relative. Ancient traditions and cultural customs have made it difficult for these women to rise above the oppression they’ve personally experienced. Some of them are divorced, widowed, or married to a man who already has many wives. But amidst their struggles, these women enjoy a family-like workplace as Artisans. They can be heard singing, laughing, and drinking tea while creating our unique jewelry from upcycled glass bottles tumbled with water and sand from the Red Sea. Your purchase helps empower a woman in Jordan with courage and independence.

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Aromatherapy Gold Necklace- Ten Thousand Villages

If you like necklaces with the interchangable locket style diffuser pads, you'll love this one! You can wash the pads with soap and water and keep reusing!

An essential oil diffuser locket for carrying a sense of calm with you all day. Add 4‒5 drops of your favorite essential oil to one of the felt pads. Add the necklace to your outfit and carry your favorite fragrance with you wherever you go. The pad will stay fragrant for about 3 days. Change up scents by using a different essential oil on each of the pads provided. The Antiqued Brass Diffuser is handcrafted in Moradabad, India by artisans working with Noah's Ark. The cost of metals has skyrocketed in recent years, which has had a devastating effect on the local economy and on the lives of metal workers in Moradabad. Noah's Ark has worked hard to train artisans in using alternative metals and materials.

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Papillon Marketplace

Okay, so Papillon had so many choices that I couldn't choose just 1! They also have the cheapest options on this list.

Unglazed and pure Haitian clay beads are strung together to make the their pieces. Simply add a drop or two of your favorite essential oil directly to the terra cotta beads to bring your healing scents with you everywhere you go.

Papillon- Orphan Prevention through Job Creation

Here's a few of my favs from them:

Namaste Aromatherapy Necklace

Terra-cotta Aromatherapy Keychain

Antiqued Aromatherapy Earrings

Tree of Life Aromatherapy Necklace

The Tree of Life medallion is cut by hand from recycled 55-gallon drum steel.

Shop All Their Diffuser Jewelry Here

Blair Essential Oil Bracelet-Thistle Farms

Thistle Farms also has a lot of adorable options, but I went ahead and picked out the Blair as my fav! Their essential oil jewelry is also made in Haiti.

I thought it was worth mentioning that they're also selling a small collection of essential oils. We used to have a roller blend with them through Trades of Hope, but it's not in stock anymore! Hoping we'll get some more products from them soon. They're based in Nashville, TN and are specifically empowering women out of sex work and giving jobs to women with dark pasts. I was able to visit them back in 2017 and loved everything I learned!

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You may be thinking of joining Trades of Hope or you may be a brand new Partner! Welcome! 

I had a TON of questions before I joined Trades of Hope and then again after I received my start-up kit in the mail. 

So I thought it best to answer 9 Trades of Hope frequently asked questions that come up all the time!

What is Trades of Hope?

I still get this question when I share what direct sales company I am with! Trades of Hope is a missional business that works with artisans

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Trades of Hope FAQ Are you a new Trades of Hope Partner? Looking to join Trades of Hope? Click to read the 9 most common Trades of Hope questions and answers. #tradesofhope#workfromhome #directsales #fairtrade #ethicalfashion #jointradesofhope

Trades of Hope FAQ

You may be thinking of joining Trades of Hope or you may be a brand new Partner! Welcome! 

I had a TON of questions before I joined Trades of Hope and then again after I received my start-up kit in the mail. 

So I thought it best to answer 9 Trades of Hope frequently asked questions that come up all the time!

What is Trades of Hope?

I still get this question when I share what direct sales company I am with! Trades of Hope is a missional business that works with artisans all over the world to empower women out of poverty. We do this through sustainable business - not charity. We are business partners. They create beautiful, handmade jewelry, bags, scarves, and home decor and women (and men!) in the USA market it.

Is Trades of Hope a non-profit?

No, Trades of Hope is not a charity or a not for profit.

 We believe sustainable business is a long-term solution for change over charity. With that said, we are a missional business that serves as a link in the chain to create sustainable business for both women in underprivileged countries and women in America. Women helping women.

Our artisans make approximately 3-6 times more than they would normally make in the context of their country. We pay our artisans 100% of the asking price of their products so they can make a fair wage.  It is not until after we have paid the artisans and it is in our country that we add on the shipping costs and the 25% for the Partner and business expenses. This ensures that the artisans are receiving the price they decide on, which is a fair wage for their products.

Why Not Just Give Them Money?

Over all, women in third world countries do not want charity. They want an opportunity. They want to feel the same pride we feel when they are able to take care of their families.

So we have created a missional company to help our artisans create a sustainable business that they can be proud of. We pay artisans a fair wage, and then we also pay the American Partner earns 25% for being a voice for women in need. Without an American women selling these products and raising awareness, our artisans would not have a sustainable income. 

Trades of Hope also partners with ministries and fair trade groups that ensure that these women are making a living wage. Many of these groups also provide our artisans with schools, wells and certain tools that better enable them to own a business and make a fair income. This solution is breaking the cycle of poverty!

What Percentage Does The Artisan Make?

The amount of money each artisan makes is different country to country, because the living wage in each country is different. This also varies by each product the artisan makes. For instance, a basket takes longer to make than a pair of earrings. So the artisan will make more on the basket than they do on a pair of earrings. Some products take hours to make, while others take a shorter time to make.  So the percentage on each product is different but the goal is always the same…a fair living wage that breaks the cycle of poverty!

Can you really make money with Trades of Hope?

The quickest answer to this is....YES! 

If you are one of the many Trades of Hope customers who love wearing our accessories, I am sure you get comments at the grocery store, at the park, or at work about your necklace, bracelet, scarf, earrings, bag, etc. 

As a Partner with Trades of Hope, you can earn anywhere from 25%-35% commission on every item you sell. You also have access to exclusive products and to new collections before they are released to the public and can buy any item at the wholesale price. 

Many Trades of Hope Partners find their customers through social media and hold Facebook Parties throughout each month. The more you put into your Trades of Hope business the more income you can bring in each month.

One of my favorite things about Trades of Hope is that you can ALSO earn givebacks, trips to visit artisans, and exclusive pieces through your sales.

What are the requirements for being an Active Partner with Trades of Hope?

Like any direct sales company, there are certain thresholds you need to meet to continue being an active partner and earning commission each month. 

Trades of Hope only requires 1 order of any amount to be placed through you a year. Yes, that's it! 

No monthly quotas or recruitment requirements.

There is a $9.95/month technical suite fee, which includes your personal website, email marketing to your customers, and more! You don't have to keep this fee if you would like to just enter your customer's orders in the back office yourself, no problem! (Although I recommend the tech suite of course!)

Do I have to do in-person events or Home Parties?

No! You can fully run your business online, which is what I do! You can create a business through Facebook parties, Instagram, Blogging, Pinterest, Email Marketing, Youtube, and more! I even use TikTok!

I'll help & teach you how grow your business however you would like!

How do I sign up to be a Trades of Hope Partner?

Trades of Hope's website makes it easy to sign up. Visit the website HERE and choose which start-up kit you would like. The larger kits provide more value and a lot more products. The $24 mini kit is perfect for those who are interested in getting started on a budget or if you already have a lot of products!

I'm a new Trades of Hope Partner! Where should I start?!

It does seem overwhelming at first when you have received your start-up kit and are ready to start growing your Trades of Hope business! My best advice is to speak with your sponsor and go over some of the basic goals you have in mind for yourself and your business. 

If you don't have a sponsor just yet, consider reaching out to me and I'd be happy to walk you through the basics of the Trades of Hope business and how best to start your direct sales journey!

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Trades of Hope FAQ Are you a new Trades of Hope Partner? Looking to join Trades of Hope? Click to read the 9 most common Trades of Hope questions and answers. #tradesofhope#workfromhome #directsales #fairtrade #ethicalfashion #jointradesofhope
Trades of Hope FAQ Are you a new Trades of Hope Partner? Looking to join Trades of Hope? Click to read the 9 most common Trades of Hope questions and answers. #tradesofhope#workfromhome #directsales #fairtrade #ethicalfashion #jointradesofhope
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Trades of Hope Promos, Discounts, and Sales: 5 Ways To Find The Best Trades of Hope Deals https://kindredmovement.com/trades-of-hope-promos-discounts-and-sales-5-ways-to-find-the-best-trades-of-hope-deals/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=trades-of-hope-promos-discounts-and-sales-5-ways-to-find-the-best-trades-of-hope-deals https://kindredmovement.com/trades-of-hope-promos-discounts-and-sales-5-ways-to-find-the-best-trades-of-hope-deals/#respond Thu, 21 May 2020 14:02:04 +0000 https://kindredmovement.com/?p=2487 We ALL love a good deal. I'm always looking for ways to save when I'm purchasing Fair Trade Products. I'm here now to let you in on a little secret about Trades of Hope and how to save your hard-earned money when buying their gorgeous, artisan-made products!

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Sales!

Not many customers know that Trades of Hope has a sale section on their website. Yes, really! From time to time, the sale section is updated with items that will be retiring and they are deeply discounted! It's great

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We ALL love a good deal. I'm always looking for ways to save when I'm purchasing Fair Trade Products. I'm here now to let you in on a little secret about Trades of Hope and how to save your hard-earned money when buying their gorgeous, artisan-made products!

This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy for more.

Sales!

Not many customers know that Trades of Hope has a sale section on their website. Yes, really! From time to time, the sale section is updated with items that will be retiring and they are deeply discounted! It's great when we sell out of products, because that means we get to place more orders with our artisan partners for NEW products!

Be sure to check there first for anything that might be on sale! If you are looking to add to your Fair Trade, Ethical collection, this is the way to go!

Special Releases & Sets

One of the best ways to purchase Trades of Hope products is in a discounted set! At certain times of the year, Trades of Hope will have a special promotion that features a trending holiday or cause. Think graduation, Mother's Day, Easter etc. 

Be sure to look at the collections section of the website to find all of the gift sets that when purchased, are a lower price compared to if the pieces were purchased separately.

Subscribe & Never Miss A Deal

Curious how to keep up to date with these special Trades of Hope promotions and discounts? Be sure to sign up for my newsletter and you will receive all of the latest on new collections and limited time special offers.

Head to my subscribe page , enter your info, and I'll make sure you are on the list!

Hostess Rewards

My favorite way to help customers save is to put on a Trades of Hope event together! Bring your friends & family together for a quick, fun, & simple Online Hope Gathering and earn hostess rewards!

Not only will you earn 50% off items & hostess dollars, you will also give back some pretty impactful things! I share all about the benefits of Hosting a Trades of Hope party in this blog post!

Join & Save

The last way you can save is by purchasing a Trades of Hope kit. The retail value of the products inside the kits are way above the price you pay and you receive a discount off of future purchases and commission of any sales. 

As you work your business and reach goals, you can earn exclusive Fair Trade pieces for FREE!

Click here to learn all about becoming a Trades of Hope Partner

If you are still looking for ways to save on your Origami Owl jewelry, be sure to reach out to me on Facebook or send an email to tawny@kindredmovement.com I'm happy to work with any budget and may be running some specials just for my customers!

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Trades of Hope Discount, Promos, and Sales. They do exists! Click to read 5 ways to find Trades of Hope deals and how to save money buying Trades of Hope Accessories and Home Decor. Email tawny@kindredmovement.com with questions! #fairtrade #ethical #ecofriendly #empoweringwomen #endpoverty #directsales #tradesofhope
Trades of Hope Discount, Promos, and Sales. They do exists! Click to read 5 ways to find Trades of Hope deals and how to save money buying Trades of Hope Accessories and Home Decor. Email tawny@kindredmovement.com with questions! #fairtrade #ethical #ecofriendly #empoweringwomen #endpoverty #directsales #tradesofhope

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Trades of Hope Coffee Subscription | Direct Trade & Ethical https://kindredmovement.com/trades-of-hope-coffee-subscription-fair-trade-ethical/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=trades-of-hope-coffee-subscription-fair-trade-ethical https://kindredmovement.com/trades-of-hope-coffee-subscription-fair-trade-ethical/#respond Fri, 13 Mar 2020 03:23:13 +0000 https://kindredmovement.com/?p=2243 Trades of Hope Coffee Subscription

Trades of Hope's new, highly anticipated coffee subscription program from our Artisan Partners in Guatemala is here! Learn all about it in this post! Scroll to the bottom to find out how you can get your hands on this coffee and shop sip to end poverty! (Get $10 Cash Back on your first month when you start your subscription with me!)

Introducing the Natalia Blend, in honor and celebration of the Artisan leaders’ brand new baby girl!

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About the Coffee

The

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Trades of Hope Coffee Subscription

Trades of Hope's new, highly anticipated coffee subscription program from our Artisan Partners in Guatemala is here! Learn all about it in this post! Scroll to the bottom to find out how you can get your hands on this coffee and shop sip to end poverty! (Get $10 Cash Back on your first month when you start your subscription with me!)

Introducing the Natalia Blend, in honor and celebration of the Artisan leaders’ brand new baby girl!

This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy for more.

About the Coffee

The Natalia Blend coffee is cultivated with care by passionate Artisanal coffee farmers and roasters that come from a long lineage of coffee growers. Great care is taken with regard to the environment in which this coffee is grown.  Shade is very important for the ongoing sustainability of the plant, so strategic planting ensures a canopy for growth and plant longevity.  Surrounding plants contribute to the soil in which the coffee plant grows, so flora is planted to reduce bitterness in the bean. Should pests attack, Pablo only uses organic means to rid the plants of pests, items you’d likely find in any pantry.

We think the coffee speaks for itself with first sip, but let’s hear how Pablo describes this rich, flavorful coffee in his own words:

“The Natalia blend is a single origin coffee from the Antigua Guatemala coffee region. It is a blend of 100% Guatemalan beans harvested from 3 different altitudes.

Being from 3 different altitudes, the Natalia Blend is crafted to produce the perfect aroma, body, taste, aftertaste and acidity. This blend is very unique, with lots of chocolate and cacao notes, which is very characteristic from the region.

Coffee is a very artisanal product, all the way from harvest by handpicking every ripe cherry bean, to the roasting process and making the blends. Everything is done by hand, as a coffee industry we don’t like to use a lot of machinery as coffee is a VERY GENERATIONAL ART for us. In my case, my familia has been involved in coffee since my grandparents. It is the same with most of the workers.”

We asked Pablo to explain a bit about this Direct Trade partnership. Here’s what he had to say:

“In the coffee world, usually a broker buys to several coffee plantations and this broker sells the green coffee to a bunch of brands in the U.S. so they can roast their coffee under their label. Usually the consumer will never know what plantation or coffee grower. Also, they mixed beans from all over the world to reduce costs and tell you it is from Guatemala when it may not be at all.  The timeframe between the green coffee beans making their way from the plantation to your cup can be upwards of 4-6 months.

We are direct trade as I can actually let you hand pick your coffee if you want, meet the workers and the entire coffee plantation and our community. There is no middle man at all. Your customers are going to place their order, we receive every order  — then we will of course harvest the coffee, but we will roast and pack their coffee and send it straight from the coffee plantation in Guatemala to their door in the USA every week. With our direct trade coffee, you customer can actually come to the coffee plantations and meet each one of us … including Natalia.”

What is “Ethically Sourced Coffee?”

Coffee that supports farmers and the environment through its growing and harvesting methods. Both Fair Trade coffee and Direct Trade coffee are sourced following a strict set of rules that ensure products improve the living conditions of small farmers and are produced with sustainable practices. Workers must be paid fairly in an environment free of injustices. The relationship with the coffee farmer and the consumer is mutually beneficial and environmentally friendly.

Moreover, sourcing coffee ethically means that roasters can have greater control over the quality and social sustainability of their beans.

According to ethicalcoffee.net, “Direct trade is a term typically used by coffee roasters who buy straight from the growers, cutting out both the traditional middleman buyers and sellers and also the organizations that control certifications such as Fair Trade and others, for example. Direct trade proponents say their model is the best because they build mutually beneficial and respectful relationships with individual producers or cooperatives in the coffee-producing countries. Some roasters do it because they are dissatisfied with the third-party certification programs, while others want to have more control over aspects ranging from the quality of the coffee, to social issues, or environmental concerns.” 

About the Artisans

Trades of Hope is proud to offer ETHICALLY SOURCED 100% Guatemalan Beans Grown, Harvested, Roasted, Packaged, and Shipped by Artisans that align with Fair Trade Principles.

The Artisans we work with in Guatemala are pillars in their community. The plantation is run by Pablo and Sara, and plantations have been in Pablo’s family for 130 years. We have worked very closely with the Pablo to ensure the beans are picked, roasted, packed, and shipped directly from the plantation to the consumer. Pablo has extensive expertise in the coffee industry. He is one of their 3 certified coffee tasters, or  “Cuppers,” who are highly trained to discern quality and flavor notes from various beans.

Pablo himself has selected this blend of beans, chosen from three different elevation levels to determine the perfect balance of strength, acidity, and flavor profile for our Natalia Blend. After the Roastmasters roast each batch, it is randomly tested for quality by a Cupper. Every batch must meet Pablo’s high standards or it is rejected.

Unlike some coffee plantations that may utilize slave labor or child labor, Pablo and other plantation owners in the region unite to create a dignified working environment where human values are put above numerical values. Along with the safe jobs and fair wages paid to its own workers, the Artisan group works closely with other coffee farmers in the community to make sure all workers are treated fairly and cared for by helping to provide:

  • healthcare
  • skills training
  • therapy for disabled children
  • lifesaving medications
  • educational science excursions for community children to learn about farming
  • the ability for Artisans to personally give back to their communities

By offering a coffee subscription program, we can join forces to create ONGOING SUSTAINABILITY for Artisans and their families in Guatemala. Pablo and Sara want to use their influence as plantation owners and their gifting in this business to be about HUMAN goals (not just financial goals). As business owners, they work to provide health care clinics for their migrant workers.  But they are also acutely aware of the needs around them, and use their influence and resources to impact others in the region. They work with other plantation owners to gain better treatment of workers and extend health clinics to them as well.

In the words of one of our Partners who had the privilege of visiting the plantation and meeting the Artisans, “This coffee not only tastes good…it does good. In this industry that’s full of abuse, child labor, and slave labor…let’s share some GOOD coffee!”

Click here & get Your Own for $46 today!

Get $10 Cash Back on your first month when you start your subscription with me!

Product can be purchased as a one-time purchase or as a recurring subscription.

  • The Retail price for this product will be $46.00; this price includes shipping directly from the plantation in Guatemala.
  • The quantity and frequency is chosen by the customer at time of initial order. 
  • The recurring subscription quantities and frequency can be adjusted by our Customer Care department at any time.
  • Each shipment will contain (2) 14-ounce resealable bags of coffee as selected in the initial shipment (i.e, whole bean OR ground coffee).
  • Customers cannot combine orders of ground and whole bean coffee.
  • Orders will be processed and shipped directly from the Artisans in Guatemala, typically within 7-10 business days.

Cost Per Serving:

The standard store bought K Cup costs roughly 50-60 cents each and will yield 1 mug of coffee. The cost of the Natalia Blend coffee is roughly 27 cents per 5-6 ounce cup. The average mug size is 10 -12 ounces, putting the cost per serving around the same price of purchasing K Cups.


Shelf Life:

Unopened, ground coffee: 2 months with the optimum characteristics required to enjoy a cup of coffee
Opened ground coffee: 30 days with the optimum characteristics required to enjoy a cup of coffee.

After this time, characteristics such as aroma, body, taste, aftertaste and acidity begin to diminish. For best experience, we recommend consuming the Natalia Blend coffee within 6 months.

How to get it at wholesale pricing:

If you are wondering how you can purchase the Natalia Blend Coffee at wholesale price, sign up to be a Compassionate Entrepreneur! For only $39 you can join Trades of Hope and enjoy all the perks and benefits of being a Compassionate Entrepreneur.

Have more questions about becoming a Compassionate Entrepreneur? 

Read this post and follow up by emailing me at tawny@kindredmovement.com

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Trades of Hope Direct Trade Coffee Subscription
Trades of Hope Direct Trade Coffee Subscription
Trades of Hope Direct Trade Coffee Subscription
Trades of Hope Direct Trade Coffee Subscription
Trades of Hope Direct Trade Coffee Subscription
Trades of Hope Direct Trade Coffee Subscription
Trades of Hope Direct Trade Coffee Subscription
What is Direct Trade Coffee? What is the difference between Direct Trade and Fair Trade Coffee? And why does it matter? This post is all about the importance on Direct Trade Coffee. #directtrade #coffee #guatemalancoffee

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