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4 Give Back Gifts Ideas Good For Mother's Day

Because good enough doesn’t cut it when it comes to mom, we’ve assembled a few really good gift ideas for the most important lady in your life. Here’s the really good part: each of these brands works directly with women in impoverished communities, providing them with the income to take care of their families. Good gifts are…celebrating and supporting good moms.

Julie Rofman:

Wildly colorful beaded cuffs are designer Julie Rofman’s signature – so is her conscious commitment. Each piece is handwoven by a group of Guatemalan women artisans who set their own hours and are paid a fair wage for their work.



Handcrafted by women in Africa, Badala’s fair trade goods are on a mission to provide single mothers a way out of extreme poverty. With the money earned from the sales of their fair trade items – jewelry, woven bowls, and spoons, these women can pay their living expenses and send their children to school.

A Peace Treaty:

High fashion and social consciousness reach an agreement in A Peace Treaty’s collection of ethically-produced accessories – vibrant printed scarves and intricate, handcrafted jewelery. Pieces celebrate traditional artisan techniques of craftspeople in India, Nepal, Turkey, and Peru and inject a line of income into these local economies.

Faire Collection: 

Spring calls for colorful extras like Faire Collection’s spikey studs and stripey silk scarves. Handmade by artisans in Ecuador and Vietnam who earn above 50% GDP as well as vocational training, each piece is part of brand’s bright solution to global poverty.