Dining for Women’s cause marketing program is designed to build relationships with companies and providers who align with our mission and offer products that would be of mutual interest and benefit. Dining for Women will receive a percentage from each purchase made in this marketplace.
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Small investments can go a long way in the developing world. Author (and DFW Chapter Leader) Betsy Teutsch shares 100 successful, proven ways to fight poverty. The book includes actions individuals can take to help. Several DFW-supported programs are featured, including Gardens for Health International, Sustainable Health Enterprises (SHE), Midwives for Haiti, One Acre Fund, and Stove Team. Dining for Women will receive 30% of the purchase price (minus transaction fees) when you order your copy of100 Under $100: One Hundred Tools for Empowering Global Women through this link. Books will be signed by the author and will come with a bookmark listing all of the DFW programs highlighted. Multiple books can be shipped together by special arrangement. $29.95.Offer expires 12/31/17.
Anchal Project is a nonprofit organization that addresses the exploitation of women around the world by using design thinking to create employment opportunities, services, and products that support economic empowerment. Anchal’s current priority is to provide commercial sex workers in India with careers in textile & design production. Anchal artisans create a variety of intricately hand-stitched textile goods made from vintage saris and eco-friendly fabrics. Dining for Women will receive 10% of all sales through this link
. Offer expires 10/5/17.
BeadforLife sells handmade paper bead jewelry, natural shea skin care and home accessories made by women in Uganda who are rising out of poverty. BeadforLife’s programs teach women skills that help them gain the confidence and business knowledge needed to create a sustainable small business, creating lasting change and breaking the cycle of poverty. The Girls Education program gives bright, young girls the chance to receive an education. Enter DFW as the coupon code (under Discount or Gift Certificate Codes) at check-out and Dining for Women will receive 20% of the proceeds from sales (excluding sales taxes and shipping and handling charges)
. Visit BeadforLife here
. Offer expires 10/5/17.
BeadforLife will also donate 20% of sales to DFW from your chapter’s BeadforLife Marketplace. BeadforLife provides everything you need for an unforgettable event filled with music, memories and major impact! Two weeks notice is needed to allow time to ship products to your prior to your chapter meeting. Click here to schedule a BeadforLife Marketplace.
Child’s Cup Full is a 501(c)3 nonprofit social enterprise that aims to create social change within refugee communities through business opportunity. CCF is based in the northern West Bank, where we train and employ refugee and low-income women artisans to make beautiful, handmade children’s toys. Proceeds from all product sales are used to pay the artisans’ salaries, to expand the project by hiring more refugee women, and to one day create early childhood development programs for the refugee children. Your purchases will help refugee women build careers and support their families and their communities, and DFW will receive 10% of all sales by selecting Dining for Women as how you heard about ChildsCupFull.org when you checkout. Offer expires 10/5/17.
Darzah is a collection of fair trade, Palestinian embroidered products, hand-stitched by talented women artisans in the West Bank. Their mission is to create economic opportunities for refugee and low-income women artisans and to connect women around the world through the story of tatreez embroidery. Artisans in the Jenin region collaborate with a highly skilled shoe manufacturer in Nablus to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind shoes that are 100% made in the West Bank. DFW receives 10% of all sales by selecting Dining for Women as how you heard about Darzah.org when you checkout. Offer expires 10/5/17.
Friendship Bridge empowers impoverished Guatemalan women to create a better future for themselves, their children and their communities through microfinance and education. Friendship Bridge has created a “Tipica Market” online to showcase the artisans in their Microcredit Plus program, increase their access to North American markets, and ultimately bolster incomes. All Friendship Bridge products, including hand bags, scarves, jewelry, and ornaments, are made in accordance with Fair Trade guidelines. Enter DFW20 as the coupon code (under “Have a coupon?”) at check-out to receive a 10% discount, and to have Dining for Women receive 10% of the proceeds from sales.
Books and sale items are excluded. Visit Friendship Bridge here
. Offer expires 3/31/18.
MayaWorks is a nonprofit social venture that empowers indigenous women of Guatemala to achieve economic security by providing markets for their handcrafted products, such as bags, accessories, beaded jewelry, children’s items, home decor, and holiday ornaments. Giving women an opportunity to earn an income from their skills gives them self-confidence and hope for themselves, their families and their communities. Enter DFW as the coupon code (under Discount Codes) at check-out to receive a 10% discount, and to have Dining for Women receive 10% of the proceeds from sales
. Visit MayaWorks here
. Offer expires 10/5/17.
Mercado Global (MG) empowers rural indigenous Mayan women to break the cycle of poverty by connecting them to international markets, fostering sustainable livelihoods, and pioneering a socially-responsible business model within the fashion industry. MG has designed a collection of hand-woven bags specifically for Dining for Women. The Dining for Women logo will be embroidered on the outside of each bag, and DFW will receive 20% of the proceeds from sales through this designated link.
Please note that pre-orders must be placed for these branded items by November 7 if you would like to receive them in time for the holidays. Offer expires 8/31/17
Symbology is a fair trade fashion label that partners with women artists in developing countries to create beautiful handcrafted wardrobe items. They partner directly with marginalized women artists in India, the Middle East and the U.S. (Native Americans) to create handcrafted fabrics that are fashioned into beautiful garments and accessories. Through their fair trade business model, they pay equitable wages and empower women to earn an income using traditional skills. Their customers are empowered to wear clothing that is not only handmade but stands as a symbol of a global sisterhood. Enter DFW15 as the coupon code at check-out to receive $5 off your total purchase, and to have Dining for Women receive 10% of the proceeds from sales
. Visit Symbology here
. Offer expires 12/31/17.
sells donation gift cards. The sender purchases a gift card for the dollar amount of their choice. The recipient spends their TisBest Charity Gift Card by donating to a charity they believe in. TisBest donates a portion of their sales to Dining for Women.
Investing in women is the basis for prosperity and peace in our world, and the Women’s Peace Collection is doing its part. Each item in this online, fair-trade store speaks to this hopeful vision: women’s hands are a force for peace. Owned by Sue Fish, a DFW member in Great Barrington, MA, the site sells jewelry, scarves, bags and more made by women from around the world who are rebuilding their lives in the shadows of war, civil strife or crippling poverty. All of the products are handcrafted, sustainable and will help empower women entrepreneurs. Dining for Women will receive 10 percent of the regular price of items purchased through this link or by mentioning Dining for Women in the “Note to Women’s Peace Collection” of your cart. Offer expires 2/28/18.