We found Senda Athletics last summer when we featured Santiago Haltyâ€™sÂ Thatâ€™s why Senda partners with nonprofits likeÂ ball ...
Designer Heather Lins described the naming of her calendar kit as her â€œaha! moment.â€ We felt similarly when we stumbled across her work th ...
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MiiR thinks about sustainability from the ground up. As a water bottle company, MiiR has an idea bigger than the sustainable product it sells: from the very beginning, they decided [...]
In a small, impoverished community called Choquecancha, 13 women aged 24 to 64 are weaving textiles with traditional methods and patterns that have been passed down through indigenous families for [...]
Seedbombs are grenades for good â€“ made out of clay, compost, and seeds, they are small balls that you can throw into urban spaces and home gardens alike to grow [...]
This week, Purchasing the OAK backpacksÂ donates backpacks and school supplies to childrenÂ throughÂ Lindsey and Brent also spoke specifically to why OAKâ€™s mission to support education and kindness really mean something [...]
Fresh Words MarketÂ represents a brighter take on the world â€“ where modern art and simple phrases can make your room a little sunnier while also supporting initiatives that help people [...]
There’s a familiar environmental story about upcycling. There’s also increasingly popular movement for ethical manufacturing that supports jobs in the USA. At product and a project that ties together both [...]
A year ago, social entrepreneurship was a two-word term for an arena of work that required a ton of confidence, a ton of background information, and a fully-formed concept of [...]