Artisans

 
 

Jobs with dignity for our neighbors

One World Goods in Rochester, NY is a not-for-profit fair trade marketplace that sells fair trade handicrafts produced in developing countries. Through these sales we help create jobs with dignity for our global neighbors so that they may provide food, shelter, health care and education for their families. Here are a few of their stories.

Upcycled Fair Trade Treasures

Though Rochester winters make it feel like Spring will never arrive, it is finally just around the corner. As last years’ lilacs get ready to bloom again, the world is thinking about rebirth. Here at One World Goods, we’re celebrating the Fair Trade principle of...

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Funky decor with distinctive pan-african fabric

In cities and villages all across sub-Saharan Africa, crowded marketplaces come to life as people arrive to buy, sell, and socialize. The bustle of these marketplaces is reflected in the vibrant colors and patterns worn by all. Africans are world-renowned for their...

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CCAP, Philippines

The Community Crafts Association of the Philippines (CCAP) is one of the oldest fair-trade organizations in the Philippines. Since 1973, CCAP has been marketing handcrafts for marginalized Filipino producer groups through trading relationships built on partnership....

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Bunyaad, Pakistan

Located in the regions around Lahore, Pakistan, Bunyaad was founded in the 1960’s by a Pakistani Baptist pastor and rug artisan as a way to create and sustain rug knotting jobs in rural villages. Bunyaad works with both Christian and Muslim rug artisans, giving people...

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Divine Chocolate, Ghana

 Divine Chocolate is a leading fair trade brand in the UK & US and a pioneer in the world of socially responsible enterprise. The Kuapa Kokoo farmer’s cooperative in Ghana owns shares in Divine Chocolate and influences decisions about how Divine Chocolate is...

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Matr Boomie, India

Matr Boomie believes that economic sustainability and social empowerment are the keys for community development. Partnering with disadvantaged artisan communities in India, they provide sustainable employment and fair wages to help improve their economic and social standings.

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Business Hours:

Monday-Thursday  10 am – 7 pm
Friday-Saturday    
10 am – 9 pm
Sunday                   12 pm – 5 pm

 

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Business Hours:


Monday-Thursday  10 am – 7 pm
Friday-Saturday    
10 am – 9 pm
Sunday                   12 pm – 5 pm


 

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