Bitty & Beau’s Coffee

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Bitty & Beau’s is a Coffee Shop run by employees with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Founded by Amy Wright, the proud mom of four children – the two youngest, Bitty & Beau, having Down syndrome, Bitty & Beau’s Coffee created a path for people with IDD to become more valued, accepted and included in every community. Amy Wright, was named 2017 CNN Hero of the Year.

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Bright Endeavors

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Bright Endeavors trains, employs and mentors young mothers in Chicago (between the ages of 16-24.) to make candles, 100% of the proceeds from each candle go to supporting the young mom who made it by providing income and helping her: finish her education, get into college, earn a job offer, and provide a safe home for her children. Made with soy wax & phthalate-free fragrance.

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Preemptive Love Coalition

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Preemptive Love goes into the front lines of the world’s most polarizing conflicts—in places like Syria and Iraq and work with with locals to help provide local solutions to local problems. You can support families working to support themselves by buying beautiful products made by refugees.

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Who Gives a Crap – “100% Recycled” Toilet Paper (24 Rolls)

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No trees were harmed in the making of this toilet paper, which is made from 100% recycled paper. On top of that, 50% of profits are donated to help build toilets for those in need. Toilets? Yes! Around 289,000 children under five die every year from diarrheal diseases caused by poor water and sanitation. Toilets are a great solution—they provide dignity, health and an improved quality of life. AND you can get your t.p. supply delivered to your home every month so you can set it and for get it.

BUY FROM Who Gives A Crap - $30

Bright Endeavors – “Lavender Sprig” Candle

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This candle is made by young mothers in Chicago (between the ages of 16-24.) 100% of the proceeds from this candle go to supporting the young mom who made it by providing income and helping her; finish her education,  get into college, earn a job offer, and provide a safe home for her children. Made with soy wax & phthalate-free fragrance.

BUY FROM Bright Endeavors - $9.99

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month

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Human Trafficking can take on many forms but many of the victims share similar backgrounds. The women who end up in trafficking situation are made vulnerable by a lack of education, financial opportunities and a support network. This January we chose to highlight three businesses, founded and run by women, that are helping to give […]

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