I’m not an expert on this topic but I have personally spent time teaching english to girls who had been kidnapped, sold or lured into the slave trade in Thailand. The youngest was 4 years old, the majority misplaced and traumatised. Back in New Zealand I have been on the hunt for better products that don’t exploit these beautiful souls. This site is a collection of my findings.

With 21 million people in slavery today it is time something changed. By making better choices on the products we purchase we can all play a part in ensuring that every life is valued equally.

This site was created to connect New Zealanders to good products that are ethically made or make positiveĀ change in the lives of vulnerable people. We have a responsibility to start buying products that will do good instead of harm to those who make them.

Demand quality not just in the products you buy, but in the life of the person who made it. – Orsola de Castro.