At The Intersection, we believe that one of the best ways to create sustainable change for our partner groups and artisans around the world is to provide a market for their product. However, we also have a deep desire to be more involved with our partners and be a part of what they are doing. This is why we have launched our "Give Back Goods" collection. Now each purchase you make from our collection will go even further. A portion from the purchase of each give back item will be donated to one of our partner groups who are making a difference in the world.
India Graphic Tees With the purchase of each India graphic tee, $5 will be donated to one of our beloved partners Sewing New Futures. They are located in Najafgarh, on the outskirts of Delhi, India and have a deep heart for providing better lives and opportunities for women in their community. Because of the nature of their community, women in Najafgarh have little opportunity to participate in traditional jobs, and often find themselves in exploitative situations. Sewing New Futures works to rescue, rehabilitate, provide job training and employment to women who are at risk or have forced into prostitution. They provide a safe space for women to work ad make a living with dignity.
Conscious Step Socks Conscious Step is an ethical group with a purpose. They believe in making socks in an ethical and sustainable way; through mindful manufacturing, a sustainable supply chain, organic cotton, and an ethical workplace. They also believe that making products with a purpose. Each pair of socks supports a different cause, and a portion of each sale is donated to a group that fights for that cause.
are based here DOPP Bags With the purchase of each DOPP bag, $6 will be donated to our partner Ally Global. Ally Global works to help survivors of human trafficking find healing and restoration through safe homes, education and job training. Survivors of human trafficking have lived through immense trauma and their pain makes them feel broken and terrified. Safe homes provide a secure place for children to work through past trauma, build meaningful relationships with others and start to dream for their future. They work with local partners in Nepal, Laos and Cambodia to create safe homes, education and job training to help survivors thrive. These bags are made by Deb Baldry Textile Arts, a local partner who employs women in need to create ethical products and hope.