Fair Trade Giveaway Hop Grand Prize!

Welcome to the Fair Trade Giveaway Hop, hosted by Happy Mothering and the Green Moms Network. To celebrate Fair Trade Month, we are featuring giveaways from companies that ethically produce and source products from around the world. You can find a list of more fair trade giveaways valued at $25 or more at the bottom of this post.

And here on Happy Mothering, you’ll find the Grand Prize!

Prize Package 1 ($160 Value)

Package of Goodies from Fair Trade USA


Fair Trade USA is providing an awesome package of products from their Fair Trade partners like Sweet Riot, Kopali Organics, Traditional Medicinals, Near East, Honest Tea, Badger, Larabar, Cisse, Coconut Bliss, Glory Bee and Green Mountain! Read my full post about Fair Trade USA here.

$100 Vital Choice Gift Certificate

Vital Choice is a trusted source for fast home delivery of the world’s finest wild seafood and organic fare, harvested from healthy, well-managed wild fisheries and farms.  As a leading source of pure, healthful, sustainable foods of exceptional quality, Vital Choice offers a variety of fares to choose from including seafood, meats, soup & meal kits, berries, vegetables, nuts, dried fruit, oils & vinegar, seasonings, omega 3 supplements, Fair Trade dark chocolate, teas, gifts pet products and more!

Prize Package 2 ($100 Value)

Package of Goodies from Fair Trade USA


Fair Trade USA is providing another awesome package of products from their Fair Trade partners like Sweet Riot, Kopali Organics, Traditional Medicinals, Near East, Honest Tea, Badger, Larabar, Cisse, Coconut Bliss, Glory Bee and Green Mountain! Read my full post about Fair Trade USA here.

Kusikuy Bolivian Baby In Sling & Shopping Bag with Matching Fair Trade Cotton Bangles

Global Exchange is an international human rights organization dedicated to promoting social, economic and environmental justice around the world. Be sure to check out their Equal Exchange Shop for a great variety of Fair Trade products!

What a wonderful way to play! These darling handmade Bolivian baby dolls come swaddled with a woven lambswool body and hand painted, soft sculpture face, and stitched on hair. The baby is topped with a removable 100% alpaca hand knit chulu style cap. All come tucked in to a traditional Bolivian “aguayo” or wrap which easily fastens around 18″ doll shoulders for hours of realistic play.

Since 1997, Kusikuy has increased Bolivian knitters’ annual income by almost 20% and provided over 100 hours of free training. This investment has raised literacy rates, introduced new technical skills, improved organizational skills, and enabled our 300+ knitters’ families to enjoy higher quality diets, medical care, and better education. Spurred on by the confidence and training they have received, knitters solicit new development projects, promote human rights, and become elected officials in their communities. Be sure to check out all of Kusikuy’s wonderful Fair Trade products and fashions!

For your chance to win one of these awesome Fair Trade Prize Packs, please use the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!

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Comments

  1. Jenna Burris says

    because as a parent, I can’t stand the idea ofmy child receiveing things or eating things from the labor of another child

  2. Nicole Lillie Stewart says

    Jenna Burris took the words out of my mouth. Thinking of putting shoes on my child that another’s hands made, and that the child making them possibly doesn’t even have a pair of shoes them self, is sickening and saddening.

  3. Mya Murphy says

    I always try to buy from Fair-trade companies…knowing people are actually getting paid fairly for their work, means a lot.

  4. Tina says

    We all like to get paid fairly for the work that we do. It’s only FAIR that we support companies that pay their employees fairly too right?

  5. Carolyn N. says

    Because I can enjoy their products guilt-free knowing they have been produced responsibly.
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  6. Nicole Carter says

    I really don’t know much about these companies. From I gather they are children free and fair to their employees and I stand behind that. More companies need to be like that.

  7. Mary Gallardo says

    I love to support fair trade companies. I never buy from companies such as Walmart, even though their prices are usually unbeatable. I cannot stand the thought of child labor or people getting paid pennies for what they do. I don’t even enter into giveaways that are for Walmart giftcards! Awesome giveaway!

  8. Margie Kairis says

    I want to support fair trade certified products because I want to know that the profit produced by those products is going to the people who created those products in a fair and equitable manner that allows them to provide for themselves and support for their families, as all people should be able to do

  9. Phoenix says

    I support fair trade because all workers deserve good pay & decent treatment, which only increases the quality of the products they make.

  10. gala says

    I would like to support fair trade products because I know they’re produced without slave labor and people get a fair price on the fruits of their labor

  11. Jennifer Mae Hiles says

    I love to hear about hard workers getting paid what they deserve. Sometime’s it seems the opposite anymore.

  12. stacy hancock says

    i watched a thing some time ago about the children kidnapped for the chocolate industry. i can’t help but think of my own kids. it had a profound impact on me. i know the problems are far worse and in many areas, too. my vote is my dollar.

  13. Emily N. says

    I support good working conditions because that is what I would want for myself if I was working to produce those products.

  14. Becky Worthman says

    I honestly didn’t think of fair trade until this giveaway–way to raise awareness! I want to support fair trade, for good working conditions and pay for those who grow our food. If we are what we eat…

  15. says

    I’ve never thought about fair trade until recently. Now, I would like to promote fair trade products because it’s ethical, moral, and humane. We do so much to protect the environment, animals, children, and many more causes, workers need just as much support.
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  16. Sherry Compton says

    I am interested in trying new products. My daughter-in-law is big in organic products, and I would like to try them, too.

  17. Jessica M says

    Thanks for the fair trade giveaway! I love supporting ethical companies and preventing my money from supporting traffickers and big corporations.

  18. says

    the workman is worthy of his hire. if more businesses followed this the world would be a better place. although not as dire, there are companies in this country that need to remember what they learned in sunday school

  19. says

    i’m sorry but this is ridiculous. the hop ends the 31st. it’s 2:20 pm cst the 30 th. real houston housewife has already closed her giveaway meaning i CAN’T enter. i can’t get grand prize entries for entering her contest or 10 entries for entering all. it’s not fair

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