NATIONAL SOCIAL ENTERPRISES
"Body & Home, Thistle Farms’ largest nonprofit social enterprise, creates natural bath and body products that are as healing for our customers as they are for the women who create them.
The Café at Thistle Farms is a restaurant and special event space located at the heart of the Thistle Farms campus. With a produce-driven, full-service menu, the Café serves locally-sourced breakfast, lunch, and Nashville’s only daily tea service."
5122 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN 37209
THE LITTLE MARKET
LOS ANGELES, CA
"The Little Market is an online fair trade shop founded by Lauren Conrad and Hannah Skvarla where customers can purchase beautiful products handmade by artisans around the world. We provide design insights, helping our partners to showcase their traditional skills and cultural techniques to a broader audience. We practice fair trade principles, and every purchase from The Little Market generates meaningful income for the artisans and their families."
1010 N Swarthmore Ave Ste 5-102
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
ORANGE COUNTY, CA
"International Sanctuary provides employment to young women escaping trafficking through our social enterprise, Purpose Jewelry. Every piece is handcrafted with love, and signed by the women who made it.
When you wear Purpose, you give a voice to women escaping human trafficking around the world."
NEW YORK, NY
"LottoLove is the first ever scratch off card with a social mission and the only lotto that makes everyone a winner! Make giving back part of everyday gifting with scratch off cards that give charitable gifts. Introducing our ‘Basic Needs’ cards! Play LottoLove to win for someone in need. For every card purchased LottoLove donates to their charitable partners to fulfill their social mission of helping people receive: clean water, solar light, nutritious meals or literacy tools. "
LOS ANGELES, CA
"Homeboy Industries provides hope, training, and support to formerly gang-involved and previously incarcerated men and women allowing them to redirect their lives and become contributing members of our community. Each year over 10,000 former gang members from across Los Angeles come through Homeboy Industries’ doors in an effort to make a positive change.
130 W. Bruno St. Los Angeles, CA 90012