The world's largest vegetarian food relief organization
The largest vegetarian food relief in the world, with up to 1/2 million meals served daily and projects in more than 50 countries. In its purest form, food has the innate ability to break down barriers and heal body, mind and soul. Food for Life therefore serves only the purest of foodfood that is devoid of animal suffering, prepared with love and served with love. Furthermore, recognizing that the ultimate solution to the problem of hunger is the elimination of poverty, Food for Life not only provides direct food distribution services, but also addresses, through its affiliate programs, such diverse but related issues as education, environmental health and sustainability, animal welfare, and health care. Food for Life Globals mission flows from its core values of charity and respect for all living things; its services, therefore, are provided without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sex, community, or nationality.
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Maya weavings created in the highlands of Guatemala by a family o...
We are a family of Maya weavers from San Juan Sacatepequez, in the highlands of Guatemala. We use centuries old techniques using backstrap looms to create huipiles, cortes, and fajas (blouses, skirts, and belts) and sell them at fair trade events like the Green Festival
Fashion. Where style meets sustainability. Hand-made in Nepal.
Nepali by TDM balances social sustainability, fashion, and quality. Combining the western and eastern hemispheres, our accessories are designed in the U.S. and created in Nepal using the finest materials, intricate workmanship and eco-friendly processes. Each piece is hand created by our community of Nepalese women artisans using their beautiful craftsmanship passed down through generations. Our company provides these women with above-market compensation, access to healthcare, and full scholarships for their children to attend school. We believe that economic freedom and education are tools of empowerment, providing these women with an opportunity to break the cycle of poverty.