Do Good Shop is a nonprofit, social enterprise marketplace.
Proceeds benefit vulnerable people who are escaping injustice through ethical artisan employment.
for you: Connecting everyday shoppers with an easy (& fun!) way to shop ethically!
for the world: Empowering people around the globe to rise up out of human trafficking, modern day slavery, homelessness, injustice & poverty to FREEDOM through fair, sustainable artisan employment.
How we do it
When you make a purchase at Do Good Shop, 3 key things happen.
1-You create demand . . . for fair and dignified work throughout the world, helping to keep typically disadvantaged people around the globe ethically employed. And you help ease global poverty through sustainable, long term economic development in vulnerable areas.
2-You use your spending dollars to vote . . . AGAINST human trafficking, forced labor, poverty, child labor, homelessness, violence & injustice.
3-You feel good! (And, quite frankly, look good!) . . . wearing clothes and jewelry that tell a story of hope. You are helping to provide work & hope for people who have suffered so that their lives can be transformed.
You are making a difference in this world: you are doing good while you shop.
So what now?
Buy that essential white tee!
Do some shopping that makes a difference this holiday season.
Have a little "retail therapy" session that benefits you and a person in need on this globe we share!
You're shopping for a great cause now, so go for it! Whether you buy 1 item or 10, every purchase makes a difference!
Way to go, you!
Being the change you wish to see in the world and getting to do good in the world by shopping?? Yes, please! Let's do this thing!
Do Good Shop runs like a business, but is actually a nonprofit organization. This means that not only does each purchase create jobs for vulnerable artisans, but also ALL of our net proceeds go directly back into supporting the artisans and their communities, and educating others about this great need. Our hearts desire is to encourage economic development in vulnerable areas and affect industry change, increasing demand for ethically made goods and spreading the word that we can do good when we shop fair!