Give a handmade gift basket. Each item in our Global Sampler Gift Basket provides employment, a fair wage, and social benefits to disadvantaged farmers around the world.
- Himalayan Loose-leaf Green Tea in Bamboo Basket (Nepal)
- Hope & Justice 100% Organic Ground Coffee (Colombia & Peru)
- Smoked Habanero Hot Drops (South Africa)
- Mixed Fruit Chutney (eSwatini)
- $15 Serrv Gift Card
- Elephant Grass Bolga Basket with Leather-wrapped Handle (Ghana)
Himalayan Loose-Leaf Green Tea in Bamboo Basket is sealed in foil for freshness after being hand-picked and processed by women in remote regions of Nepal. Your purchase supports these disadvantaged producers, providing them vital home employment, fair wages, social benefits, and outlets to sell their crafts. Learn more about Mahaguthi.
Hope & Justice 100% Organic Ground Coffee (12oz) is a bold and complex dark ground blend of Colombian and Peruvian coffee beans. Your purchase helps build social and economic justice and long-term relationships with small-scale, worker-owned fair trade coffee growers. Learn more about Just Coffee.
Smoked Habanero Hot Drops (4.2oz) mixes bell peppers, smoked baby pepper chilies, garlic, lemon, and smoked red habaneros. This spicy sauce is made in South Africa, where 60% of black women and half the nation's youth are unable to find jobs. Your purchase ensures steady employment, fair wages, and education for children. Beaded straw tassel is made by South Africans with cognitive disabilities. Learn more about Turqle Trading.
Mixed Fruit Chutney (9.7oz) is packed with fresh apples, peaches, pears, chilies, and select spices. Your purchase provides employment, fair wages, and safe working conditions for African women in eSwatini. Learn more about Eswatini Kitchen.
$15 Serrv Gift Card allows your recipient to choose something else they like at serrv.org.
Elephant Grass Bolga Basket With Leather-wrapped Handle (10"h x 9"dia) is masterfully handwoven in striking patterns and vibrantly hand-dyed grasses. Your purchase helps some of Ghana’s poorest residents fight poverty by augmenting their modest farming income and creating opportunity to export their beautifully indigenous handcrafts. Learn more about TradeAID.