repairing the world, one purchase at a time

October-November 2019 Spotlight:

Known Supply

“We simply saw an opportunity to provide good-paying jobs that would either prevent vulnerable individuals from being forced into slavery or help to restore their livelihoods as they stepped away from forced working conditions.”

Kohl Crecelius, Co-Founder

 sitting on a porch in a comfortable shirt

my son’s favorite of my shirts: it’s the softest

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Noonday Collection Alaffia
Ten Thousand Villages Women’s Bean Project
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Love Justly King Arthur Flour
Goodwill Wild Rose
thredUP Lush

The world is broken. Some of its scars are the invisibility of those who make our clothes and produce our food. From garment workers buried alive to service workers verbally abused, makers are frequently treated as less than human. We do not have to ignore these distressing headlines and anecdotes: we can buy secondhand clothing, fair trade goods, and products with transparency from source to store.