Rad Hippie Sustainable and Social Good Brands
Discover Our Social Good Brands: Championing Sustainability and Empowerment.
Freeleaf was established in 2016 by a group of women dedicated to providing employment opportunities and holistic care for at-risk and previously exploited or abused women in Asia. Drawing inspiration from the ancient art of knotting, their jewelry symbolizes the transformation of our tangled lives into something exceptional. Each handcrafted piece is ethically produced by strong women overcoming abuse and exploitation. By supporting Freeleaf, you contribute to providing fair wages, counseling, vocational training, and more for their staff of survivors.
Scoria's eco-friendly cork yoga mats are crafted from sustainably harvested cork and natural materials. These environmentally responsible mats save the equivalent of 3,600 glasses of water, 39 miles of driving in gas emissions, and 23kg of petrochemicals compared to traditional PVC mats.
Satori is committed to creating innovative, sustainable yoga products. Their cork yoga mats are made from sustainably sourced cork and recycled rubber, entirely non-toxic and TPE-free. By choosing SATORI, you are supporting a brand that values environmentally responsible materials, such as 100% sustainably sourced cork and recyclable rubber.
Llamaste proudly offers products made from recycled water bottles and partners with Empowerment Collaborative of Long Island to support survivors of human trafficking. Together, they work towards a more sustainable and socially responsible future.
Tamra, a women-owned eco-friendly company, imports handcrafted Ayurvedic Copper Water Bottles and other goods from India. Their products celebrate the beauty of life's diverse journeys while providing a sustainable alternative to plastic water bottles.
Alley & Rae designs shirts that encourage laughter and self-expression, allowing individuals to make a statement about their identity, feelings, or beliefs. As an eco-friendly, women-owned business, they ethically source and handprint their products in non-sweatshop facilities within the USA.
Local Women's Handicrafts is a social enterprise based in Nepal that empowers marginalized women by providing skills training and income opportunities. They create beautiful handcrafted items that preserve traditional Nepalese techniques and use eco-friendly, sustainable materials.
Pyknic is a food-inspired apparel brand that offers unique, fun designs with a touch of humor. They use ethically sourced materials and eco-friendly printing methods, ensuring a commitment to sustainability and social responsibility.
Soul Flower is an earth-loving clothing brand that designs organic, eco-friendly, and ethically made products. By promoting a lifestyle of peace, love, and sustainability, Soul Flower encourages its customers to embrace their inner hippie while making a positive impact on the environment.
208 Tees is a brand that specializes in creating hand-printed, custom-designed tees and accessories. Their products are made with high-quality, eco-friendly materials and printed in the USA, reflecting their commitment to sustainability.
Zenlife is a lifestyle brand that focuses on promoting mindfulness, wellness, and inner peace. Their eco-friendly products are designed to inspire and support customers on their journey towards a more balanced and harmonious life.
POL Clothing, a contemporary women's fashion brand, is not only known for its casual and comfortable boho hippie chic designs but also for its commitment to reducing waste through upcycling. In many of their unique creations, you can find cleverly repurposed fabric scraps from one item integrated into another, showcasing their innovative approach to minimizing waste. By incorporating a mix of textures and creatively using leftover materials, POL Clothing contributes to a more sustainable fashion industry and helps in preserving our environment.
By choosing these brands, you support sustainability, social good, and empowerment, contributing to a greener and more compassionate world.