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It's the Last Week to Get the GOOD STORY

Like all good stories, this one must come to an end. The good news: you have until Sunday to explore all the goodness: vibes, design, style, and a cup of TOMS Roasting Co. coffee. Short on time? Here’s how to make the most of it.

Good for summer:

Look good all summer long in Jed and Marne‘s artisan woven shorts and Bantu Wax’s African-made swimwear. In vivid prints, the sustainably made pieces support local artisans in their respective communities. Need sunglasses? Look no further TOMS eye-wear, the sales of which provide sight to a person in need.

Good for kids:

Magnetic wooden blocks from Tegu inspire little-sized creativity while doing something big: building stable communities in Honduras. Want to change your kiddo’s clothes? Opt for globally inspired threads from Ode Kids – a percentage of sales goes to fund programs to educate and empower girls.

Good design:

Artisan traditions meet modern aesthetics in sustainably made housewares from Rose and Fitzgerald and Badala, with sales supporting local efforts to empower artisans and eradicate poverty. On the closer to home front: Revisit’s meticulously crafted leather goods and accessories fund programs to restore National Parks.