We are a socially responsible organization dedicated to providing sustainable employment to disadvantaged women artisans around the world by bringing their eco-friendly Fair Trade products into the global market.


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  1. Hope For Women Fair Trade May 6, 2011 at 11:51 am #

    Thank you for your offer Ariel! We work with artisans directly for our direct supplies, but we will definitely keep you in mind and be in touch if we are interested!


    The Hope For Women Team

  2. Keith Raymond October 3, 2012 at 11:05 pm #

    Thank you for a great site that supports the same values we do. One of the any women’s group facing difficulty close to home is the Mayan women in the Yucatan of Mexico. These women face discrimination and economic hardship because of their indigenous background. There is hope though for these women through the development of their artisan skills and traditional products with access to markets. As part of our mandate to help some 700 Mayan families in the Merida area of Mexico, we work directly with the villagers to offer their handmade Mexican / Mayan hammocks and hand woven Mexican serape blankets, which can be used to add a decorative touch or into serape handbags just to name a few. Through the support in the fair trade of hammocks and serapes produced by these families, they are able to support their families, community development and economic self sufficiency. We are reaching out to like minded groups like yours, to help us help them. If you want to help, please take the information above and post it on your site or blog along with a link to http://www.stylemexican.com where they can read and order hammocks and serapes made directly by the villagers. Thank you for your consideration and support.

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