Fair Trade Fair 2013

Fair Trade Fair 2013

ftsmall3 A Fair Trade Fair is a market with a difference. Only stall holders selling Fair Trade goods can participate. This means customers know that all goods are ethically produced and sourced from groups and businesses paying a fair wage to the workers. You don’t have to shop around and you can talk to the stall holders about the products and what motivates them to sell Fair Trade. Browse and buy from a wide range of products which have been sourced from a diversity of countries. Buy locally produced products from Africa, Asia, the Pacific, Latin America, India, Peru, Cambodia, Bangladesh and Nepal. And it makes Christmas gift shopping so much easier. By buying Fair Trade, you can offer hope to many people in poor communities – especially women. They receive employment and a fair wage while you receive a beautifully crafted product.  You can use for yourself or give to family or friends with the assurance that by paying a fair price we have given dignity and respect to another person.

Our Fair Trade Fair Vendors

You can click on the vendor’s name if you wish to visit their website. Handy tip: Open the vendor’s website in a new tab by hovering your mouse over Vendor’s name, right click and select “Open in new Tab”. The new tab will initially say “Springwood Uniting Church” but in 10 seconds the vendor’s web site will open.

Vendor Accessories Fashion Food Homewares Jewellery Stationery Textiles Toiletries Toys Music
Afri Beads X X
Ethica Accessories X X
Every Little Girl X X
Every Village X X X X X X
Fair Trade Downunder X X X X X X
Glenbrook Uniting Church X
Global Conduct X X X X X
H.O.P.E Collective X X X X
ibuTrade X X X X X X
My Ecofriend X X
Nurturing Thread X X
Serendib Craftlink X
Stones, Pearls and Sampah X X X X
The Little Sparrow X X
The Trading Circle X X X X X X X X
Tribes and Nations X X X X X X X X X

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