Shanti Uganda presents:

A Fair-trade Mother’s Day Pop-up Sale

@ 436 Columbia St

May 2nd, 2015

10AM to 6PM

Shanti Uganda’s semi-annual inventory sale is happening May 2nd! Mark it in your calendar and be sure to take advantage of amazing sales just in time for Mother’s Day! Enjoy 50% to 75% OFF selected items! @ 436 Columbia St!

This special Mother’s Day Sale brings together several local small businesses each who believe in the values of fair-trade and sourcing ethically made products.

  • Fable Naturals offers fair-trade certified products that you can feel good about putting on your skin. They purchase fairly traded ingredients from farmers around the world and a portion of each product sold goes to projects in developing countries.
  • Seed and Straw offers people more exposure and accessibility to local and global fair-trade goods. From handwoven baskets made in northern Ghana to rainforest candles from Guatemala, Seed and Straw is playing it’s part in the alleviation of global poverty and keeping traditional  handcrafting skills alive
  • Marigold Collective partners with women-focused Fair Trade Artisan Cooperatives in developing countries to provide market access for their high quality products.  Their goal is to support women in their effort to overcome poverty and to be able to provide a sustainable livelihood for their families while preserving heritage craft traditions. They offer a collection of handcrafted silk/linen scarves from Vietnam.
  • Siamurai Apparel designs handmade, comfortable and unique clothing fusion of Thai & Japanese fashion.

Shanti Uganda‘s mission is to support, empower and inspire birthing mothers and women living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda to develop to their full potential. Through our Women’s Income Generating Group program, we provide an environment that encourages creativity among the women while simultaneously fostering their economic empowerment. The result is colourful and fashion forward products that reflect the hopes and dreams of these women – for a better tomorrow. By purchasing these hand crafted products, you are becoming a part of their beautiful story.

Fashion for Change, Fashioned by Change

2 Responses

  1. Sandra Pronteau
    Sandra Pronteau April 10, 2015 at 2:03 am · Reply


    I am interested in purchasing a Patch work bag. The last one I have lasted almost 4years and still going strong; although a little faded. That’s expected.


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