Fair Trade African Stone Bracelet - do good shop
Fair Trade African Stone Bracelet - do good shop
Fair Trade African Stone Bracelet - do good shop
Fair Trade African Stone Bracelet - do good shop

Fair Trade African Stone Bracelet

Regular price $ 22.00 Free shipping



Handmade in Uganda by women escaping extreme poverty and oppression through ethical employment.  Read more about the artisan impact of your purchase.


  • One-of-a-kind, hand beaded bracelets
  • Featuring seed beads and precious stones
  • Loop and knot closure
  • Wide band creates a dramatic and gorgeous statement piece
  • Each time you wear this gorgeous jewelry, you are connected with the amazing woman who handcrafted it for you!

S H O P  T H E  C H A N G E 

Your purchase empowers people in need with a hand up via safe, living wage employment.

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  2. if desired, enter a personal gift note in the "notes to seller" section at checkout
  3. kick back and relax because you're not wandering the aisles or standing in a post office line!

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Your purchase of this quality, one-of-a-kind gift empowers survivors of oppression through ethical, living wage artisan employment. 

With every order you fight against . . . 

  • sex trafficking
  • modern day slavery
  • poverty
  • homelessness
  • exploitation

Learn more about the purpose, mission, and vision of this social justice, 501c3 nonprofit marketplace here:  Do Good Shop.

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Your purchase through the Do Good Shop, empowers artisan survivors by helping support them with a living wage through meaningful employment.