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Giving Back

The following is a list of links to various organizations committed to social responsibility or environmental sustainability issues:

  • National Labor Committee - The National Labor Committee's mission is to educate and actively engage the U.S. public on human and labor rights abuses by corporations.
  • Global Exchange - Global Exchange is a human rights organization dedicated to promoting environmental, political, and social justice around the world.
  • Green America - National nonprofit consumer organization, promoting environmental sustainability, social justice, and economic justice through marketplace strategies including green living, responsible shopping, fair trade, green business, corporate social responsibility, and socially responsible investing -- for consumers, businesses, workers, investors, and everyone.
  • Sustainable Living Network - The Sustainable Living Network is an informal affiliation of people in the United States and around the world who seek to deepen their understanding and practice of sustainable living.
  • BeGreen - BeGreen empowers you to take an active role in neutralizing your carbon emissions and reducing your impact on global warming through carbon offsets.
  • Workers Rights Consortium (WRC) - A non-profit organization created by college and university administrations, students and labor rights experts on over 100 campuses. The WRC's purpose is to assist in the enforcement of manufacturing Codes of Conduct adopted by colleges and universities; these Codes are designed to ensure that factories producing clothing and other goods bearing college and university names respect the basic rights of workers.
  • Campaign for Labor Rights - (CLR) is an organization that works to inform and mobilize grassroots activists in solidarity with major, international anti-sweatshop struggles. CLR has been called the "grassroots mobilizing department" of the anti-sweatshop movement
  • United Students Against Sweatshops - United Students Against Sweatshops is an international student movement of campuses and individual students fighting for sweatshop free labor conditions and workers' rights. We define "sweatshop" broadly and recognize that it is not limited to the apparel industry, but everywhere among us.
  • Sweatshop Watch - is a coalition of labor, community, civil rights, immigrant rights, women's, religious & student organizations, and individuals committed to eliminating sweatshop conditions in the global garment industry. Sweatshop Watch serves low wage workers, with a focus on garment workers in California, as well as nationally and globally.
  • Sustainable Cotton Project - Information about farmers, manufacturers, activists, retailers and others who are devoting their energies to making organic cotton a viable agricultural and economic alternative.
  • Sweat Free Communities - Promoting the collective bargaining power of both workers in sweatshops and communities of consumers.
  • The Organic Cotton Directory - Directory of hundreds of companies selling organic cotton products
  • International Organic Cotton Directory -Use this Directory to locate all links in the organic cotton chain from supplier of organic agricultural inputs, to farmers, gins, mills and retailers of organic cotton products.
  • World Centric is non-profit organization working to reduce economic injustice and environmental degradation through education, community networks & sustainable enterprises.
  • Waste Online provide useful information on paper recyling.


  • Jonano: Provide designer organic clothing.
  • Jade Planet: Provide attractive, comfortable and useful footwear, bags, and accessories made of recycled materials.