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Ethos Deal – Discounts for Conscious Consumers

The Ethos Deal has established an awesome site for fans of eco-friendly and ethical products.  The Ethos Deal is a online platform where conscious consumers can sign up for updates on sales and promos.  Ethical companies can promote their products. The site does not charge for these promotions.  This is clearly a win/win for consumers and ethical companies.

Coupons And Discounts For Conscious Consumers On A Budget

Here are a few of the deals they currently have on their site:
  • 25% off upcycled clutches with coupon code “LOVELYETHOS” from Leotie Loveley
  • 35% OFF WITH COUPON CODE “Sweethearts” from Hope and Twine
  • 50% off select items from Raspberry Mint with coupon code “”OFF50ETHOS”

Make sure to visit www.ethosdeal.com. Sign up for their newsletter to learn about more great deals and companies!

The Ethos Deal will be happy to help any ethical company. Please feel free to share their information.

Eco-Friendly Baby Toys

There are some fantastic eco-friendly baby toys out there.  However, with the amount of 'stuff' out there, finding great brands and toys can be pretty overwhelming.  Our team has complied the following list of our favourite eco-friendly brands and … [Continue reading]

41 Awesome Social Enterprises

There is a fantastic growing trend of new companies that are giving back!  We are continually searching for these companies and looking to promote them.  We have found the following 41 awesome social enterprises that have a model of donating to a … [Continue reading]

Hydrapak + Bottle Bright = Brilliance!

Not often is a socially and ecologically conscious company also extraordinarily practical.  But the people behind Bottle Bright have made the connection!  There are many wonderful companies and nonprofit organizations that make fantastic impacts on … [Continue reading]

Look out world, there’s a new baby in town Baby Teresa

Clothing is one of the many basic needs of babies throughout the world. Though for some, that is one need that is hard to meet.  Baby Teresa was founded in 2009 by two moms who were looking to give something back.  With so many of their friends … [Continue reading]

Clothe Your Neighbor As Yourself

Clothe Your Neighbor as Yourself (CYNY) is a nonprofit clothing company dedicated to changing the face of poverty through clothing.  The founder, James Barnett, was raised in middle-class America by a religious family.  They went to church regularly … [Continue reading]

Elephant Landing empowering the women of India

Elephant Landing was started in November 2013 by husband and wife Caroline and Jayden, to benefit women struggling in India.  In 2001, Jayden first visited rural India to start an orphanage with his parents.  Once the orphanage was up and running, he … [Continue reading]

Jacob’s Scarves: Supporting Education and Artisan work

Jacob’s Scarves is a small apparel company working to provide high-quality jobs and education to people in disadvantaged communities. Founder Kiri Berdan started the company in 2012 after visiting Zhongshan, China to teach English there for a … [Continue reading]

JC Denim Co.: Fighting Sex Trafficking in Cambodia

Jeans from JC Denim Co. are handcrafted by young women in Cambodia rescued from situations of sexual exploitation. The Australia-based company partners with Destiny Rescue Cambodia. Destiny Rescue is an organization that rescues young women from … [Continue reading]

Half United: Fighting Hunger, Fashionably

Half United is a rugged-chic jewelry and apparel company focused on fighting hunger. Siblings Christian and Carmin Black founded the company in 2009 in Wilmington, North Carolina, starting from very humble beginnings. With just $200 to invest in … [Continue reading]

Sevenly

Sevenly is a non-profitable organization founded in 2011 with the mission of leading a generation towards prosperity. It is based on a simple, core believe that ‘people matter’. This organization launched the now global ‘cause art’ movement and … [Continue reading]

Even Your Toothbrush Can be Sustainable!

Being an eco-friendly consumer means making responsible buying choices with all of your purchases, from your choice of the car you drive all the way down to… yes, your toothbrush. The toothbrushes from Humble Brush (based in Sweden) are 100% … [Continue reading]

Kammok: Camping Gear with Social Impact

Austin, TX-based Kammok makes high-tech hammocks, blankets, and other camping gear. They are a certified B-Corporation and a member of 1% For the Planet. B-Corp certification means that they are a for-profit company verified to have sustainable and … [Continue reading]

FASHIONABLE: Leather and Jewelry Made by Women

FASHIONABLE makes high quality leather products and jewelry for women that balance stylish elegance with rustic sturdiness. The mission of the company is to provide jobs to women (both locally and globally) who would otherwise have trouble accessing … [Continue reading]

Alaffia: Diversifying Humanities

There are numerous brands out there that contribute to the betterment of man, but none is as diverse or as passionate as Alaffia. Founded by Olowo-n’djo Tchala and Prairie Rose Hyde, this brand takes social empowerment to a whole new … [Continue reading]

Information on Solar Power from Clarus Power

When people think of going green, they often imagine reusing bags at the grocery store, buying local produce and carpooling with their neighbors.  They foresee small, day-by-day actions compounding to create a more sustainable lifestyle and a … [Continue reading]