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It’s that time of the year again, presents will be bought, exchanged and given. We want to express our love, say thank you, pamper and make loved ones feel good. We think that this a great opportunity to make a difference, why not choose something that looks good and does good?

With our 50/50 Project, half of the profits go to good causes. Our first partnership is with UK Charity The Passage, when you buy a poster from the range, together, we’re helping them end homelessness.

But we know that we’re not the only ones trying to make a difference, that’s why we’ve created an Ethical Presents Pinterest Board that we hope will inspire you next time you’re looking for a present.

Below are the posters from our 50/50 Project plus a small sample from our  Ethical Presents Pinterest board, don’t forget to check it as we’ll keep updating it!

1. 50/50 Project

Sharing 50% of the profits with homelessness charity The Passage, for sale on Etsy:

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2. The Soap Co.

An ethical luxury brand that employs people who are visually impaired or otherwise disabled or disadvantaged. Have a look.

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3. Living Naturally.

A Plant-based Laundry, Haircare & Skincare Range for sensitive skin, based on Certified Organic Herbs & Certified Organic Wild-crafted Soapnuts. More about them here.

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4. Iam By Nature.

The easy way to make natural products at home. 0% Preservatives. 100% Natural. Gives 1% of profits away to Find Your Feet, to help women in rural communities build a sustainable future for their families. More here.

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5. Faith In Nature.

“We believe in doing good for our customers. We believe in doing good in the way we run our business. And we believe in doing good for the planet.” These plus other products on their website.

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6. What Daisy Did.

They use natural and waste materials to create bags in timeless styles that will outlive the micro trends and seasons. Strong advocates of slow fashion. More here.

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7. Tribe Of Lambs.

A proudly nonprofit jewelry brand creating opportunities and bring futures for HIV positive children. Find out more about them here.

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8. Juna.

Jewellery made from recycled sterling silver, Fair Trade gold & silver and ethically sourced gem stones.  More here.

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9. Little Lotus Boutique.

All their garments are handmade in rural Cambodia by skilled artisans. you wear Little Lotus not only are you getting a beautiful, unique garment, you’re also supporting someone to build their business and send their children to school. More here.

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10. Behind Bras.

Lingerie: unique, confident, with conscience. They train women who have been through the criminal justice system. Check them out.

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11. Joined in Life.

An eco-friendly fashion brand, born from a passion to give back to the world and the people in it. All products are produced using organic &/or recycled materials. They donate 10% of all sales revenue to their partner charity Mary’s Meals. Worth a look.

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12. Pachacuti

The world’s only Fair Trade Panama Hat specialist. Check their hats here.

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13. Moral Fibre.

All their ingredients are all raw, meaning you get as much nutrition as possible with every bite. They are also ingredients ethically sourced. Get it here.

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14. Godminster.

Godminster Farm was registered organic in 1999 by our owner Richard Hollingbery whose environmentally friendly and ethical approach to farming meant organic was the only way. Find a selection of gifts here.

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