One of my goals for 2017 is give back to others and donate more to charity. I feel like no matter how much I do this I never do enough. Do to several family and health issues I wasn’t able to do much in 2016 and want to make it a priority in 2017. One way that you can help make the world a better place is to purchase products from Fair Trade companies! Fair Trade companies allow individuals in third world countries sale their goods on a larger market, the proceeds help to sustain a better lifestyle. It’s a great way to help others while also supporting the individual in running their own business. It’s a great message of empowerment. One of my current favorites is a company called Pebble that makes hand-made baby rattles and stuffed toys. Since my daughter just gave us our first grandson I was purchasing many of these items already and this way I can help others in the process.
Kahiniwalla is a business which distributes Fair Trade products and tells the story behind those products. They care about the quality of their products, how they’re made with the bigger picture in mind. Pebble is one of these products designed by Samantha Morshed, a social entrepreneur based in Bangladesh. Samantha’s vision for Pebble of providing places throughout Bangladesh where rural women can work flexible hours close to their homes was just what over 12,000 women were looking for. These rural workplaces provide a welcome alternative for women whose only option previously would be moving to a large city to work in the garment industry, leaving their families behind, and becoming vulnerable to unsafe, unjust and sometimes violent situations.
Pebble by Kahiniwalla Products Include:
- Cars & Such
- Key Rings
- Nursery Accessories
- Once Upon A Time Collection
- Stuffed Animals
- And More!
Start the New Year by making purchases that make the world a better place with Pebble by Kahiniwalla!
You can learn more by visiting the Kahiniwalla Website.
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