Style That Gives Back...

Hey, Millie here! I just love finding spiffily cool items that can actually help someone else in the world.

When you buy any of the items in this post you will be directly helping someone in Africa, India, and elsewhere in the world (some of the items in this list were actually MADE by women in Africa). That just gets me to utterly exited!

When you click on each item you will see what they each individually support/the story behind it!

"TOMS Shoes was founded on a simple premise: With every pair you purchase, TOMS will give a pair of new shoes to a child in need. One for One. Using the purchasing power of individuals to benefit the greater good is what we're all about."


"We are not a charity. We are not a ministry. We are not seeking donations. We simply want to offer you easy, practical ways to help people that have been overlooked and make the world a better place. When you buy our merchandise you allow us to provide children in Africa with mosquito nets and clean water. You allow us to free young girls in India from sexual slavery. You allow us to loan money to women in poverty to start new businesses for a chance to support their own families. We are more than just another charity, ministry or t-shirt company. We are Overlooked."

5 Years of Clean Water ($20)

Because Somethings Were Never Meant To Be Caged ($20)

Homelessness ($20)

Freeset Olive Cross Bag ($21)

Malaria Prevention Organic Cotton Tote ($20)

Light Gives Heat.org

"Empowering Africans through the encouragement of economic stability and creative endeavors. Motivating people in the West to 'be the change they want to see in the world'."

Confetti ($17)

Organic Hope Shirt ($15)

Epoh Patchwork Bag ($35)

"ONE is a grassroots campaign and advocacy organization backed by more than 2 million people who are committed to the fight against extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa."

Feed One ($65)

P.S. I personally own a pair of TOMS (their "Be the change" shoes) and they are so amazing! I wear them EVERYWHERE! Also, I am currently undecided whether to buy a "Clean Water" shirt or a "Caged" shirt! Ah, the decisions!


1 comment:

Sally said...

Great post! Thank you for the links - I can't wait to go through those sites.

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