GIFTS FOR GOOD 2016: FAR & WIDE

Far + Wide Collective partners with talented artisans in post-conflict and emerging countries to give their crafts a platform to reach international markets. They give shoppers access to a rare selection...

HELP THE CHILDREN OF SYRIA!

To celebrate 43 years of life on January 15, I am giving up my birthday and asking my friends and family to help me honor children, namely the children of...

GIFTS FOR GOOD 2016: WORLD OF CHILDREN

World of Children improves the lives of vulnerable children by supporting and elevating the most effective change-makers for children worldwide. The organization recognizes and funds programs that support children-only issues.Help change...

GIFTS FOR GOOD 2016: GAIA

GAIA creations are handmade by resettled refugee women in Dallas using vintage, artisan-made, & sustainable materials. GAIA’s mission is to empower marginalized women through employment and dedication to their long-term success...

GIFTS FOR GOOD 2016: GOOD EARTH

Good Earth is a stylish luxury retail store in India. As design hub, their role is to link artisans to those who value craft and respect its authentic traditions. Their collaborations...

GIFTS FOR GOOD 2016: RESCUE FOUNDATION

The Rescue Foundation is a non-profit that aids in the rescue and rehabilitation of victims of human trafficking. They act as the "lifeguard of the trafficked survivor" for girls from India,...

GIFTS FOR GOOD 2016: CHILDREN'S HOPE INDIA

Good Earth is a stylish luxury retail store in India. As design hub, their role is to link artisans to those who value craft and respect its authentic traditions. Their collaborations...

How I live My Life Without Trash

I just turned 25 years old. 25 years, 300 months, 9,125 days. I can measure my life a lot of ways. By my happiness, my successes, my friends, my family… but...

The Beauty of Opportunity

One of our favorite questions to ask people is “What are you passionate about?” We have found that some of the most beautiful moments arise from these conversations. To see...