Products that Give

I believe in products that do more than just one thing. I believe in supporting those supporting others. With the same purchase, you can satisfy your craving for fashion, food, or fun, while also making a change in a life that matters. Every decision has an impact. So be intentional with each decision you make.

Melt Goods

Meredith, a Dallas native, felt a calling through her personal interactions with refugees in 2015 , and created Melt Goods in response. She wanted to make a difference in their lives any way she could, and give them an opportunity not only to better their lives, but to support and give back to those in similar situations.  She now is able to provide work opportunities  and a donation based product line through her beautifully hand crafted brass jewelry pieces. (Photo above)

The Starfish Project

Photo courtesy of Starfish Project Website

“The Starfish Project restores hope to women escaping human trafficking and exploitation in Asia. They provide life-changing opportunities through their Holistic Care Programs and social enterprise where women create beautiful jewelry and become managers, accountants, graphic designers, and photographers.” – Starfish Project Website

Boxed Water

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“It’s our responsibility to take care of the planet. We offer a convenient, environmentally-friendly alternative to plastic bottled water. We are 100% recyclable and ship flat to our regional filling locations; reducing our carbon footprint compared to plastic. Take a picture, spread the word. Make an Instagram post featuring Boxed Water using the #ReTree hashtag and we’ll plant two trees on your behalf.”- Boxed Water Website

Everlane

Photo courtesy of Everlane Website

“At Everlane, we want the right choice to be as easy as putting on a great T-shirt. That’s why we partner with the best, ethical factories around the world. Source only the finest materials. And share those stories with you—down to the true cost of every product we make. It’s a new way of doing things. We call it Radical Transparency.” – Everlane Website