Change the World by How You Shop Logo: The U.S. Ethical Shopping Guide

139Made offers "creative Christian apparel & lifestyle products."  10% of their sales go to fight human trafficking. They offer cool "dad hats" inspired by Isaiah 40:31.

Evan Brooke Ethical Clothing "is proud to bring to you beautiful, quality garments made ethically in effort to: FIGHT modern-day slavery, protect the Earth, and promote fair trade."  She offers a cool slouch cap for men or women.

Hope Outfitters offers ethically made hats for men and women and children with 100% of the profits being donated to chosen charities.

Go Fish Clothing & Jewelry Co. seeks to make a difference by "purchasing hand-crafted goods from the indigenous people of developing nations at their asking price."  They sell an awesome women's fedora.

Ten Thousand Villages, "the original fair trader," started in 1946.  They sell a variety of women's hats and headbands. 

(To also find their products in retail stores near you, click here.)

Serrv is "a nonprofit, fair trade organization dedicated to lifting disadvantaged artisans, farmers, and their families out of poverty."  They sell ethically made women's winter hats, mittens and legwarmers.

Hats for Hope

KidKnits started "with the very simple idea of a nine-year old girl – to make hats out of hand-made yarn from Rwanda."  KidKnits sells awesome craft kits for kids to knit their own hats. (My 8-year-old son has had so much fun with his kit!).

The hats you will find below were made with hope, creating pathways of escape from extreme poverty.  (Also, check out our HEADBANDS page.)

Krochet Kids began with the incredible story of three college-age guys who liked to crochet sharing that skill with refugee women in Uganda.  They sell amazing crocheted hats and beanies for women, men and children.  

(To find their products in a retail locations, click here.)