Businesses We Love
When purchasing gifts this holiday season, consider making a purposeful purchase that goes beyond the gift itself. Below is a list of businesses like Better Life Bags who are making a difference in their communities!
Mend on the Move
Mend on the Move is a missional business in Metro Detroit, hiring women survivors of abuse to create jewelry out of car parts.
Rebel Nell is another local to Detroit business employing women who face barriers to employment in Detroit, educating them on financial management, life wellness and entrepreneurship, and empowering them to transition to a life of independence.
Eleventh Candle Co.
Based out of Columbus, OH, Eleventh Candle Co. partners with Legacy to redeem, restore, empower and equip those vulnerable to human trafficking, abuse, exploitation and addiction. Their company also supports a village in Ethiopia, providing homes for orphaned children.
Sela Designs donates 100% of profits to charity. Eco-friendly, ethically sourced tagua nut, brass and leather jewelry, all handmade in the USA, every piece tells the story of one person using their purchasing power to help another.
The Root Collective
"Most people want to make the world a better place, but simply don't know how. We understand that and have also seen the impact that can be made through purchases of shoes and accessories that make a better life for the artisans who make them by providing much needed jobs."
Mercy House Global
Mercy House Global exists to rescue girls and empower families so that they can redeem future generations in Jesus’ name. They work with women around the world through partnerships and sustainable fair trade product development. Every purchase in this fair trade marketplace provides dignified work while also helping to sustain our maternity homes in Kenya.
Lovishly was created out of a passion to support amazing organizations that give back. Every purchase of their beautiful jewelry makes an impact.
Their products, non-profit partner, and community work in unison to help people break the cycle of poverty. They provide life-changing job opportunities to women in need. With each purchase you make, they introduce you to the woman who made your product and invite you to visit her online profile to learn more about her.