Provided 19,650 hours of work for artisans in India, generating a 23% increase in annual revenue.
Created 1 month of work for 19 full-time employees.
Helped provide year-round health insurance for 60 employees in Palestine.
Provided 14,000 hours of work for 20 master weavers living on a remote island in the Philippines.
108 trees were planted in Bangladesh for the Children’s Forest Program. Urban Green Makers donates 1% of their profits to plant trees in places in need around the world.
Matr Boomie's partnerships with thousands of tribal artisans in villages throughout India has quadrupled their monthly incomes.
Created approximately 5,400 hours of work for 25 artisans in Mexico.
Tea was sourced from an organic, Fair Trade Certified farm in Egypt that employs 144 farmers and their families, totaling about 1,000 people.
Provided an additional 15 hours of work for employees in a small production company.
In addition to paying Fair Trade wages, money was put into a communal Fair Trade Premium fund that has recently been used to invest in schools, sanitation work, and transportation to and from work for the farmers.
Created 19,200 hours of work for 50 artisans in India.
Covered costs for 30 children enrolled in the Noah’s Ark Schooling Project for 3 months.
Built and renovated toilet facilities in the homes of two artisans in Moradabad.
Covered Wildlife Works factory expenses for two weeks, including salaries, health care, on-site child care, daily lunch and chai breaks.
Apron materials were sourced entirely from local West Bank suppliers, creating secondary investments in the local economy.
The amount of pestle and mortars completed over a month for GlobeIn is what the artisan usually sells in two years. The primary artisan was able to pay a full year of school fees for her children and feed her entire family for months.
Supported and preserved the ancient craft of Indonesian wood turning.