2016 Fair Trade Holiday Gift Guide

November 23, 2016 End Slavery Now Spotlight 
Slave Free Lifestyle

This season give your family and friends survivor-made and fair trade gifts to support a slave-free lifestyle.

Below is a selection of some of our favorite fair trade items to help you with all of your holiday shopping.


Luxe Zip Leggings
by Indigenous

Organic Halter Dress
by Fair Indigo

Bindi Embellished Tee
by Raven & Lily

Taralyn Skirt
by Threads 4 Thought

Men’s Cotton Khaki Pants
by Fair Indigo

Men’s Classic Polo
by Tompkins Point

Organic Tee Baby One-piece
by HAE Now

Kids Plaid Pajama Set
by Burt’s Bees Baby


Women’s Jacket
by PrAna

Men’s Micro D Jacket
by Patagonia



Cable Knit Scarf
by Boll & Branch

Dark Sun Evening Bag
by Ten Thousand Villages

Silver Tree of Life Pendant
by Reflective Jewelry

Abalone Deco Bracelet
by Serrv

Devika Earrings
by Fair Trade Winds

Urban Chic Scarf
by FreesetUSA


Double T Strand Bracelet 
by To The Market




Mineral Lip Tint
by Badger

Lasting Smiles Lip Balm
at Target.com

Rejuvenating Butter
by Nourish Organic

Holiday Collection 
by Hand in Hand Soap

Soap & Pumice Happy Feet Set
by 7 Hopes United


 Children's Toys  


Kizazi Soccer Ball
by Kizazi

Pebble White Donut Rattle
by Pebble Child

Hackey Sack
by Ten Thousand Villages


Holiday Blend Coffee
by Grounds for Change

Holiday Blend Coffee
by Weaver’s

Holiday Spice Black Tea
by Arbor Teas

Cranberry Blood Orange
by The Republic of Tea

by Wandering Grape

Chenin Blanc
by Sainsbury’s


Espresso Amber Ale
by Peak Organic Brewing Co


Erringden Light Pale + Ginger
by Suma


Juniper Gin
by Fair Spirits


Milk Chocolate Advent Calendar
by Divine Chocolate

12 Days of Christmas Box
by Sjaaks

Interested in shopping more fair trade and survivor-made retailers?

Check out our extensive list of Slave Free Companies.

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