Give a handmade gift basket. Each item in our Restorative Gift Basket provides employment, a fair wage, and social benefits to disadvantaged artisans around the world.
- Handcrafted Song Cai Ceramic Mug (Vietnam)
- Loose-leaf Peppermint Detox Herbal Tea (Kenya)
- Six Assorted Mini Chocolate Bars (Ghana)
- Handmade Water Lily Soy Candle (United States)
- Woven Tulip-shaped Basket (Bangladesh)
Handcrafted Song Cai Ceramic Mug (4"h x 3"dia) is accented with a pop of red around the rim. Holds 12 oz. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Your purchase helps preserve a centuries-old ceramic tradition from Vietnam’s remote Bat Trang Village while guaranteeing income, fair wages, safety, and social welfare for its economically disadvantaged artisans. Learn more about Craft Link.
Loose-leaf Peppermint Detox Herbal Tea (1.6oz) blends revitalizing whole leaf peppermint with organic lemongrass. Ingredients are grown pesticide-free, and tea leaves are packed in a peak-top lidded tin. Collectible hand-carved wood spoon features hand beading. Your purchase provides employment, fair wages, and community improvements to small-scale tea leaf farmers in the Nandi Hills of Kenya. Learn more about JusTea.
Six Assorted Mini Divine Chocolate Bars (0.5oz) are perfect for sampling. Includes 85% Dark Chocolate, 70% Dark Chocolate, 70% Dark Chocolate with Raspberry, Milk Chocolate with Toffee & Sea Salt, White Strawberry, and Milk Chocolate. Your purchase supports small-scale cocoa farmers in Ghana, and a powerful poverty-fighting business model based on fair trade principles. Learn more about Divine Chocolate.
Handmade Water Lily Soy Candle (11oz) is phthalate-free and comes in a portable Spa Tin with 15-hours burn time. Your purchase creates training and employment for young, at-risk moms in Chicago, helping illuminate a brighter future. Learn more about Bright Endeavors.
Handwoven Tulip-shaped Basket (5"h x 12 ½"dia) features an elegant scalloped shape, accented with partially recycled turquoise plastic. Your purchase helps extremely poor artisans in remote areas of Bangladesh create a sustainable income where few other options exist. Learn more about Dhaka Handicrafts.