Amani ya Juu "means 'Peace from Above'. "  They are a "social economic enterprise committed to peace and reconciliation for African women." They sew beautifully made scarves.  (They look even more beautiful in person :)

Elisha C. has a mission "to end poverty through job creation, education and empowerment" and to "put Haiti in the hands of the Haitians."   They sell gorgeous, hand-painted watercolor scarves.

Vickery Trading Co. has a mission to renew hope for refugees through their clothing company which provides job training and support.  Shop their beautiful scarves, sewn by refugees starting a new life in Dallas, Texas. 

(I love my Vickery Trading scarf and enjoy showing it off!!)

Education and More, "a Christian nonprofit organization, strives to reduce poverty in Guatemala by providing educational opportunities for students of all ages and by helping those we serve earn a fair income."  They sell beautifully handwoven scarves for men and women.

Imagine Goods partners "with vulnerable and marginalized people around the world to make products that, in many cases, give the first fair wages they've ever received."  They sell handwoven infinity scarves.

The White Rainbow Project, a Christian humanitarian, non-profit organization,  helps "empower widows and at-risk women in India by giving love, hope, and job skills."  They sell colorful scarves made from recycled saris by widows in India.

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 high-quality, crocheted scarves for both men and women.  (To also find their products in a retail store near you, click here.)

Partners for Just Trade is a "non-profit, faith-based organization that builds partnerships between producers living in extreme poverty and consumers in North America."  They sell handwoven scarves.

The Sparrow Studio's goal "is to create a marketplace for handmade jewelry, accessories, and home decor from a cooperative of women in Africa."  They sell colorful triangle scarves (some even have matching headwraps!)

Freedom’s Promise is "a faith-based, nonprofit organization that partners with indigenous Cambodian groups to prevent human trafficking and child exploitation by transforming communities."  They sell handwoven silk pashminas.

Beza Threads works to rescue and provide a new life for boys and girls in slavery in Ethiopia.  Buy their beautiful handmade scarves and "one child is freed from slavery for every 240 scarves sold."

Eternal Threads "mission is 'weaving hope and justice' to improve the lives of women and children who are at risk from extreme poverty and trafficking."  They make women's scarves and silk shawls, each with a story to tell.

2nd Story Goods works in a small town in Haiti to provide much needed jobs and hope to their community.  They offer beautiful hand-dyed batik scarves.

Persona Grata Goods is "designed to help moms who care about the world make a difference in the lives of other moms!"  They offer reversible infinity scarfs and wool scarves for men and women, made by refugee moms in North Carolina.

Pal Craftaid is "a volunteer, non-profit ministry of compassion, hope, and healing for Palestinians." They sell embroidered shawls and traditional Palestinian keffiyahs.

Gifts with a Cause has a passion "to provide sustainable income to artisans in developing countries."  They offer cool scarves and shawls.  Each one comes with the artisan's picture and story.

Shop with a mission is part of Heavenly Treasures whose "mission is to equip and assist people in developing countries to break the cycle of poverty through their handiwork and creativity." They sell gorgeous scarves and pashminas.

WorldCraftsSM "develops sustainable, fair-trade businesses among impoverished people around the world."  They sell handwoven scarves.

Trades of Hope sells products made by women whose "story has changed from pain and struggle to a story of hope!"  They offer a beautiful selection of scarves.

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 a variety of stylish scarves and bandanas.

Below find links to beautiful handmade scarves and shawls that are changing lives around the world.

Ten Thousand Villages, "the original fair trader," started in 1946. They sell classy scarves and capes. 

Amma's Umma is "an ethical boutique that gives back to adoptions."  They offer beautiful silk scarves.

 Scarves and Shawls

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 amazing ethically made wool scarves.

Serrv is "a nonprofit, fair trade organization dedicated to lifting disadvantaged artisans, farmers, and their families out of poverty."  They sell handmade scarves in a "rainbow of colors".

The Village Country Store is "a fair trade gift shop offering high quality unique handcrafted and handmade artisan gifts and crafts from around the globe."  They offer sarong scarves and wraps.

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