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  • 7 Ethically Made Travel Accessories for Spring Break

    Traveling for spring break? Check out these ethically made travel accessories encouraging consumers to travel in socially responsible style! Whether you're treating yourself or purchasing ethical travel gifts for your friends, we've got you covered.
  • Happy International Women's Day: Empowering Women with Consumerism

    Most of our purchases directly impact women, specifically in developing countries! By practicing conscious consumerism you can have a positive impact on women. Next time you go to purchase something ask yourself....does this item empower women? Was the lady in the garment factory paid a livable wage to make this item? Was she treated with respect? Purchase from brands who support women!
  • Beaded Leather Jewelry from Worker Owned Co-Ops in East Africa

    Meet one of our newest brands empowering artisans in East Africa. Swahili Coast works with worker owned co-ops that use fair trade practices and have positive working environments, while focusing on bringing the incredible artistry and talents of East African Artisans to global markets.
  • Spring Cleaning & House Keeping with GADG

    YES, we are out of quite a few sizes of our best selling Give a Damn tees! But fear not! We should have more in by the end of the month. If you have been eyeing the tee and we do have your size I would recommend snatching it up quickly! They've been selling like hot cakes at recent vendor fairs.
  • Easy Fair Trade Food Swaps

    Give a damn about fair trade? Fair trades values people, economic empowerment, and the environment. Businesses, farms, and producers are able to apply for fair trade certification which allows a third party to verify their dedication to these values and fair trade principals.
  • Empower Haiti by Supporting These Brands

    Unfortunately this past month Haiti has experienced a lot of suffering and rioting. Haiti is near and dear to my heart because I went on a study abroad trip to this beautiful country. Here I witnessed hardworking people, beautiful souls who love unconditionally, poverty, and joyful smiles among suffering. That's why a lot of Give a Damn Goods brands benefit Haiti.
  • Cord Holders: A Great Tool for Organization

    Okay so honest thoughts....these leather cord holders are a key part of staying organized! A cord traveler wasn't something I necessarily would have gone out and bought for myself, but these bad boys are so useful! Once I started using the Leather Cord Traveler I got hooked. It truly makes a difference in keeping your chargers and cords organized.
  • Small Business Owner's Need a Break Too

    Small business owners are people too! And for that reason I'm taking a little break for a week. I'll be on vacation and since I'm a one woman show that means there will be a bit of a pause in shipping out orders.
  • 3 Fair Trade Chocolate Brands for Valentine's Day

    On Valentine’s Day give chocolate made with love. Sadly the cocoa industry is known for slavery & unethical treatment of workers. With fair trade chocolate we can give treats made with love & certified by a third party verifying that the brand is treating farmers fairly. I've tried chocolates from all three brands below and they are sure to satisfy chocoholics everywhere.
  • What are Customers Saying About Singing Rooster Coffee?

    If you've been looking for a fair trade coffee brand to try our Singing Rooster brand is amazing. I discovered this brand while studying abroad in Haiti and have been hooked ever since. So of course when I launched Give a Damn Goods I wanted to show my support & carry their products.
  • Minimalistic Jewelry to Accessorize for Valentine's Day

    Going out to celebrate Valentine's Day? Spruce up your outfit with some meaningful accessories! Here's what Give a Damn Goods is loving. BRANDED Collective's unique earrings are made of lightweight copper and aluminum ethically crafted by survivors of human trafficking.