Survivor-Made Products

Divine Chocolate

Is a farmer-owned chocolate company, offering equitable opportunities for women in the industry. Their ethical and innovative business practices help prevent human trafficking.

Divine Chocolate

Elegantees

Offers apparel for both women and men. Each purchase supports the employment of survivors from of sex trafficking and those at risk of human trafficking in Nepal. Elegantees also donates excess profits to organizations that fight human trafficking.

Elegantees

Fashion and Compassion

Sells ethical fashion and a variety of items to empower survivors.

Fashion and Compassion

Gifts for the Journey

Providing a pathway to a sustainable, healthy, safe and productive life for women engaging in prostitution due to trauma, human sex trafficking or drug addiction. Our social enterprise, Gifts for the Journey, was launched in January 2013 as a supportive workplace where the women we serve who are on their recovery journey are employed while learning skills in manufacturing, packaging, marketing, sales and administration. While acquiring the skills they need to earn a living wage, these employees have the opportunity to put a percentage of their earnings in a matched savings account provided by Clare Community.

Gifts for the Journey

Good Paper

Sells cards for every occasion, crafted by women who have survived sex trafficking in the Philippines and those in Rwanda who have been disadvantaged by disease.

Good Paper

Grounds for Restoration

With a vision for fighting injustice, Grounds for Restoration donates 100% of their proceeds to anti-trafficking human trafficking causes. Shop online to ship your next supply of whole bean or ground coffee right to your home.

Grounds for Restoration

International Sanctuary

Sells jewelry with the mission to empower girls and women escaping human trafficking to embrace their true identity and worth.

International Sanctuary

Joyya

Offers apparel for women and men. Joyya supports job training and employment opportunities for those at risk of exploitation in India, Nepal and the United States. Joyya

Mulxiply Collaborative

Sells jewelry, apparel, bags, and accessories. This business provides local employment to individuals in Nepal at risk of human trafficking. Mulxiply Collaborative

Nomi Network

Nomi Network creates economic opportunities for survivors and women at risk of human trafficking. Every item you buy provides jobs for survivors and helps end modern-day slavery. To visit their store and be part of the “Buy Her Bag Not Her Body” and “Buy Her Shirt Not Her Body” campaigns: Nomi Network.

Prosperity Candle

Sells candles and fair trade gifts handmade by women artisans and refugees creating a brighter future in the U.S. Prosperity Candle

Rethreaded

Currently impacts 4,000 women through partnerships and sales that directly support survivors of human trafficking. Their products include jewelry, bags, blankets, home décor items, and more. Rethreaded

RIJI Green

RIJI Green practices responsible business stewardship by valuing both people and planet. They partner with non-profit organizations and businesses that train and hire survivors of human trafficking and those at risk of being trafficked. They also provide access to market opportunities for their products and donate a portion of the profits back to organizations that combat human trafficking. To view/purchase their products, visit: RIJI Green

Sari Bari

Sells blankets, pillows, baby products, table placemats and bags of all sizes. Sari Bari equips survivors of trafficking in India with essential job training skills, employment opportunities and benefits.

Sari Bari

SERRV International

Since 1949, as one of the first fair trade organizations in the world, SERRV International makes it a priority to ensure that artisans and farmers living in poverty are treated with respect and dignity, and are paid fairly for their work.
SERRV International

Sudara

Offers a pajama line for women, men and children and handmade leather accessories. Every purchase provides employment and job skills training to women in India who are at high risk for, or who survived human trafficking.
Sudara

Survivor Made

Sells candles and is a non-profit, faith-based organization providing specialized long-term care for women who have escaped human trafficking or sexual exploitation. Survivor Made

Tassa Tag

Tassa TagA big bright luggage tag, made by members of the Fair Trade Federation, for responsible travelers wishing to be a voice against sexual slavery and trafficking.

ECPAT (End Child Pornography, Child Prostitution and Trafficking for Sexual Purposes) Luggage Tags are made at The Regina Center in Nongkhai, Thailand. They are a fair trade product that provides work opportunities for women at risk for sex trafficking. keeping them employed, able to support their families and send their children to school. To purchase, visit: ECPAT.

Ten Thousand Villages

Offers a variety of handmade products, including baskets, jewelry, home décor, stationary and more. This company employs disadvantaged people in developing countries, providing a sustainable living wage to those who would otherwise be at risk of human trafficking.
Ten Thousand Villages

The Freedom Café

Primarily serves tea, which you can order online, but they also sell mugs and brands of ethically sourced chocolates. All proceeds are donated toward anti-human trafficking efforts.

The Freedom Café

Thistle Farms

Thistle Farms is a social enterprise that provides jobs to trafficking survivors who make and sell candles, soap, and fragrances. To view/purchase their products, visit: Thistle Farms.