Ethical Easter Gifts
If you're playing Easter bunny this season try to focus on filling baskets with goods that are made with love. Here are a few ethical easter gift ideas below!
Theo Organic Fair Trade Chocolate
Theo is a fair trade, organic bean to bar chocolate company which means they are able to ensure ethical practices through out the supply chain of the chocolate bar starting from the very cocoa bean. This ensures cocoa farmers are paid fairly and treated with respect. A great option for Easter chocolate!
Fair Trade Pearl & White Stripe Beaded Cuff
This spring time colored cuff is great for layering bracelets and the perfect size for stuffing Easter baskets. A neutral style that girls of any age will appreciate. Ethically made by Swahili Coast, Swahili Coast connects the incredible culture and traditions of East African artisans to global markets. Swahili Coast works closely with 100% worker owned co-ops in East Africa. Swahili Coast operates on principles of fairness, dignity, & respect.Shop Pearl & White Cuff
Thistle Farms Minis
Thistle Farms minis are the perfect size to go in any Easter basket. The variety of spring scents such as lavender and citrus wood are great for the season too! These products empower women who have overcome and are healing.Shop Thistle Farms Minis
Yuhme Water Bottle
While this looks like a simple water bottle, this is actually a very unique gift! Yuhme creates sustainable, plastic free water bottles made from sugarcane. Each water bottle sold provides six months of clean water for communities in the Central African Republic through their partnership with the non-profit Water for Good. All Yuhme water bottles are BPA free & toxin free, 100% recyclable, and dishwasher safe. These plant-baed babies are durable. I've had mine for about three years.Shop Yuhme Water Bottles
Encourage recipients of this Easter gift to reflect on what Easter is truly about in this notebook. Ethically made by Lazarus Artisan Goods, a social enterprise in Honduras and Haiti working to ignite generational change with employment and vocational training through their non-profit Mission Lazarus. Mission Lazarus' three year program trains and equips members in a trade, increasing their eligibility for employment and heightening their potential development, an impact beyond the individual to that family, community and the country as a whole.