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Make a Difference this Easter!

by | Fashion as a Force for Good, Gift Guides

Tran Thi Ha’s Story of Hope in Vietnam

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What if you could change a woman’s life by shopping ethical Easter gifts this year? You can! The real value is providing fair jobs for women in Vietnam and India when you shop our springtime gifts. 

Mandala Egg Set

How adorable is this set of 4 wooden eggs?  Each meticulously hand painted with scallop and mandala designs.

Pinky, Mandala Egg Artisan, is passionate about painting and adds the final touches to the handcrafted wooden designs in this workshop in India. She lives with her parents in a small village nearby. As their only child, Pinky’s work as an Artisan empowers her to care for and provide for her parents. Family is important to Pinky, and she enjoys spending time with her family, playing games like Charades.



Pinky, World Changing Women Artisan in India
Tran Thi Ha and Artisans in Vietnam

Photographed on the left : Pinky

Photographed above: Tran Thi Ha 

Walter and Mabel the Bunnies

Walter and Mabel are cuddly, soft, lovable fair-trade fun for kids of all ages! Sold individually, Walter and Mabel come with their own adorable carrot accessory making it perfect for creative play. 

Each huggable bunny is hand crocheted by Artisans in Vietnam and hand stuffed by visually impaired women in areas of extreme poverty. 

Tran Thi Ha shared, “My beloved mother taught me crocheting. I really admire her and wanted to become an Artisan like her. In my community, there are not many jobs for the housewives like us. Trades of Hope and my Artisan community helped me get a financially stable job to support my family.”


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1 Comment

  1. Jill Ball

    Awww! Love these so much!


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