Ethical Goods has a large and diverse product portfolio. Here are just a few examples of some of the producers and their products that we have helped to make more ethical. Every product has a charitable output, bringing new funding to charities and helping each company we work with sell more of their product.
Together with Ethos Housewares, we have developed a range of homewares soon to be seen at a retailer near you! ‘I wish I was a…’ is a range of aspirational children’s products which help children imagine their future and potential to do anything they dream. Every product sold will help to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions through the Make-A-Wish® Foundation UK.
Portico Designs have designed an exclusive range of EG (Ethical Goods) stationery products. Profits from the sale of each of these products will support the work of charity partner PLAN UK. These can be bought online at www.ethicalstationery.com
NJ Screen Prints have designed an orignal range of children’s t-shirts and character sets. Profits from the sale of each of the t-shirts, along with other items using the same character sets, will benefit charity partners Mencap and Send a Cow. The range will be sold in major supermarket chains and online.
Ski Solutions is Britain’s original and largest specialist ski travel company. Ski Solutions are giving a percentage of the profit from every ski holiday sold, along with profits from a photography book, to charity partner Make a Wish® UK.
Ethical Goods have helped Ski Solutions find the right charity partner for their needs and are providing ongoing support for other ethical and charitable outputs, along with guidance for the development of their CSR policy. In addition, we have launched an annual ‘Ski the World Challenge’ event facilitated by Ski Solutions and EG for the benefit of Make a Wish®UK. You can find out more about taking part in the challenge and buying the book by clicking here.
Fashion Week Live is a social network-based application in Facebook, where you and millions of fashion fans the world over can get involved with, and be part of, the ever-evolving rhythm and pulse of the fashion industry.
Players of Fashion Week Live can buy branded virtual fashion items through the Ethical Goods label as a way to donate through play. 56% of the purchase price of such sales will go directly to Make A Wish®Foundation – granting wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions all over the world.
Pele Sports are an innovative new sports wear producer. Ethical Goods has facilitated a partnership between Pele Sports and an event called the Street Child World Cup which will next be held in Rio in 2014. Profits from Pele’s Pelada range will support the Street Child World Cup event, charity and campaign work with street children around the world.