Buy Her Bag Not Her Body - "a partnership between the fashion industry and cause-driven, well-designed merchandise made by at-risk women and survivors of sexual exploitation, providing them with fair, sustainable employment opportunities."
Products are made from recycled rice bags and range in price from $10 for the flip wallet to $78 for a gym bag. These are very stylish items! Nomi Network, the organization behind Buy Her Bag Not Her Body won the 2010 Classy Award for Small Charity of the Year.
Hug Me! Dolls - "The dolls and their clothes are made by local Aid Organizations and local independent trades-people. The computer embroidery and silk-screening is done by local businesses. Every doll sold helps out these organizations and the local economy."
Dolls range in price from $19.99 for the Farm Girl and Farm Boy dolls, to $24.99 for the Apsara and Vietnamese Ao Dai Dolls. The Dolls' clothing has velcro closures, making them easy to dress and undress.
Lotus Jayne - "hand-loomed textiles and accessories with contemporary style from Cambodia and beyond. Supportive relationships with fair trade collectives help the disadvantaged rural poor, particularly women, achieve stable economic independence through the production of revered traditional handicrafts."
Bags, Jewelry, Scarves, Toys, Gifts and more. Most items made in Cambodia, all are Fair Trade. (Some are offered in partnership with local organizations, like Rajana). Prices range from under $10 to just under $40.
Bykota House Store on Zazzle - "All profits from our Zazzle store go directly to fund the day to day cost of running Bykota House - rent, utilities, food, medical expenses, etc. Located in the heart of Phnom Penh Cambodia, BYKOTA House provides children with a safe place to live and the opportunity to be part of a family"
Tees, mugs, necklaces, keychains, stickers, and more. Featuring drawings by Bykota House kids, (as well as a Cambodian adoptee), original photographs and designs. New items added all the time. Prices range from under $5 to $50.