Ethical Shopping

Baby Shoes for the Littles on Your List


Sole Hope Baby Shoe





I decided to start my Slave-Free shopping with the cutest person on my shopping list, my brand new baby nephew.  If his mommy reads this post, his surprise will be blown, but I think his little toes will still wiggle happily in these shoes from Sole Hope.   I haven’t met my nephew yet, but when he visits at Thanksgiving and I give him these shoes, I will definitely nibble on his wittle toesies. For more information about Sole Hope and to buy some of these shoes, click here.  These little baby shoes are 96% recycled and 100% handmade.  I just ordered mine.

Why I Like This:

I first paid attention to Sole Hope because I heard that they work in Uganda.  Ooh!  Me too!  Yay Uganda!!!  I really sat up and took notice because whoever tweets for them tweets about coffee all. the. time.  Every morning as I’m sucking down my own cup of fair trade joe, the Sole Hope tweeps post something about their own coffee addiction.  Shoes for babies, shoes for Ugandan kiddos, and a bunch of coffee addicts in charge of it all.  Where do I sign up?

Slave-Free Christmas Challenge:

This Christmas, I’ve challenged myself to shop my entire Christmas list from organizations that are helping people, not hurting people.  Today, 27 million men, women, and children live as someone else’s property.  Slaves are making the items that I’m buying to celebrate the birth of my Lord and Savior.  Somehow I don’t think He’s blessed by the blood on His birthday presents.  For more information on my Slave-Free Christmas project, click here.

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