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Everyday you make purchasing decisions. Your hard-earned dollars being spent on consumer goods and experiences. Now there's a new trend allowing these dollars to help humanity while you get the same goods and experiences.
Jeff Rosenthal writes: "This is the birth of a new world, where your dollars can act as catalysts to accomplish the change that we want to see in the world. This is the birth of a marketplace where the brands we support will be in line with the values we advocate. We must support these nonprofits and companies that are working to make the world a better place and giving others the tools to become part of the movement."
How's it work? You need a gift for your sister-in-law. You've looked around but would like to get something unique because she already has all the necessities in life. Option A: You could run down the street to the a department store to pick out a mass-produced item made by machines. Option B: You shop for an item that was handmade by an impoverished women in India and while your sister-in-law enjoys her jewelry set, a percentage of your purchase is donated back to an organization that continues to help improve life in the slums. Why not make it Earth-friendly too with recycled fashion?