A creativity-fueled gift shop designed to delight kids and fun-loving adults with screen-free ways to connect with each other.
Founder, Nancy Martirawe, is a real-life fun auntie to 17 nieces and nephews across the country. She believes that every toy is for every kid. Aunt Goodie doesn’t use gendered language or classifications like “Birthday Gifts for Girls” and strives to be inclusive and affirming of all families.
A nature inspired lifestyle apparel brand that gives back to the Earth by planting trees with every purchase. So far they’ve planted 400,000 trees across 12 countries — and counting!
Founders Joe and Sharif set out to create a company that has a tangible positive impact on the world. Their goals are to spread positive energy within their community, inspire more businesses to give back to social causes, and of course to plant a lot of trees!
An eco-conscious fashion company based out of San Francisco, California that creates organic clothing made to fit the way women really live.
Laurie Dunlap began Blue Canoe in 1994 on a mission to create a line of organic clothing that’s good for the world. Their lingerie and apparel are made from 100% natural organic bamboo and cotton fibers that are grown without harmful pesticides or chemical fertilizers and followed by a gentle, non-toxic dye process.
An apparel company on a mission to bring awareness to the world about the Palestinian culture and support local Palestinian charity projects.
Hussein Musa launched PaliRoots in 2016 to explore, celebrate, and share Palestinian culture in a modern and positive way. Their products are made from unique materials, soft cottons, and are hand-sewn with special attention to artisanal detail.
An apparel company on a mission to instill confidence and self-expression for people of all shapes and sizes.
While attending yoga class, founder Raquel Ponce was frustrated was frustrated to find less-than-stylish and ill-fitting yoga apparel in her size, so she set out to create the ultimate pair of yoga leggings that let women feel good and look good wearing them.
The Kinder Voice
A multivitamin for vegans that comes packaged in a fully compostable pill bottle. Why don’t all vitamins come in bottles like that??
Founders, Hava Horowitz & Maria Cebrian, aim to empower people to live healthy, ethical, and sustainable lives with vegan nutrition products that are both good for them and the planet.
The Kinder Voice
A children’s apparel company that features messages of positivity in their designs.
Leila Mehra, the company’s founder, wanted to create a better t-shirt that had the desired message of positivity and kindness, was high quality in terms of comfort and durability, and was environmentally-friendly. She and her son developed The Kinder Voice to bring the best of those three worlds together.
An independent publisher with a mission to support mother nature.
In 1992, award-winning conservation photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter fell in love with California’s spectacular wildflower blooms in the Mojave Desert’s Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve and spent the next three decades photographing the wildflowers.
Their new coffee table book, “Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change,” is a thoughtful collaboration of many hearts and minds dedicated to protecting nature’s beauty. Check out their shop and show them some love on Facebook.
A women empowerment focused art shop that aims to normalize normal bodies.
Founders, Sophie and Cecilia, believe that all bodies are normal and that we all deserve to feel empowered, worthy, and seen. Their shop features a series of paintings, prints, and stories inspired by real people from around the globe.