Ten Places to Buy Gifts That Support Women Artisans

I’ve been compiling a list of places where you can order gifts that specifically support women artisans. I’m hoping that you’ll help me expand the list by suggesting more organizations and companies in the comments.

Here is what I have so far:

  1. The Andean Collection (Andean Collection blog)
  2. EOS
  3. Global Daughter (Global Daughter blog)
  4. Global Girlfriend
  5. Global Sistergoods (Global Sistergoods blog)
  6. Nest (Bangles & Clay blog)
  7. One Mango Tree (One Mango Tree blog)
  8. Same Sky
  9. Vital Voices (Vital Voices blog)
  10. Women’s Peace Collection

There are a lot of places that support and sell goods online created by men and women artisans, but what other places support only women artisans?

*Addition*
New Mexico Creates: New Mexico Women Authors Festival (you can order books online).

Flickr photo credit: Woman Weaving a Blanket uploaded by Esme Vos.

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About Britt Bravo

Britt Bravo is a social web consultant and career coach who helps artists, entrepreneurs and nonprofits realize their big visions and be a powerful force for good. In addition to the GCCE blog, she writes for three blogs: Have Fun Do Good, BlogHer, and WE tv's WE Volunteer blog. She also produces the Big Vision Podcast and the Arts and Healing Podcast, and hosts Echoing Green’s podcast, Be Bold: Create a Career with Impact. Bravo is a frequent speaker and trainer who has presented at events such as the Craigslist Foundation Nonprofit Boot Camp, Bioneers Conference, Stanford Women’s Leadership Conference, San Francisco Writers Conference, Global Engagement Summit, and the BlogHer Conference. Her personal blog, Have Fun * Do Good, is one of the top ten blogs on the List of Change, and her Twitter feed @bbravo is on Social Edge’s list of “Top 100 Tweeps to Follow.” In 2007, her local paper, the East Bay Express, named her the Best Podcaster/Blogger Most Dedicated to Social Change. You can find out more about her work at www.brittbravo.com.

5 thoughts on “Ten Places to Buy Gifts That Support Women Artisans

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  2. Thanks for including us, Britt! We agree that there could be a lot more emphasis on the power of fair trade to economically empower women, most often the backbone of their communities.

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