Square Organics

Square Organics

A SNACK CAN CHANGE THE WORLD.

 

The Philosophy was simple: Ingredients are what matter most

Square Organics started with sourcing nutrient-dense and minimally processed plant proteins like sprouted whole grain brown rice, and low glycemic sweeteners like coconut nectar. Eventually, this grew into a larger understanding that the people and processes are “ingredients” that should be scrutinized and cared for too.

In the fall of 2013, this led to a partnership with Not For Sale …

The consumer cycle with Square Organics

Shop.

You purchase a Square Organics snack.

Donate.

Square Organics makes a quarterly contribution, based on their net sales, to Not For Sale.

Abolish.

Not For Sale uses these contributions to support thousands of lives back to freedom and dignity through shelter, healthcare, education, workforce training, and more.

Break the Cycle.

Empowerment breaks the cycle of exploitation, enabling individuals and families to transition back into society and succeed in the home, classroom, or workplace.

 

SINCE 2013, SQUARE ORGANICS HAS CONTRIBUTED THE FOLLOWING BACK TO NOT FOR SALE

$42,983

 

This is Sarah & Andrew (founders of Square) on their wedding day.

 

3 days later their first line of protein bars would launch in 19 Whole Foods.

 

 

ONLINE:

Online Shop

STORE LOCATOR:

USA

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Facebook: squareorganics
Instagram: @squareorganics

Spence Diamonds

Spence Diamonds

A DIAMOND CAN CHANGE THE WORLD.

ETHICALLY RESPONSIBLE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE  

The U.S.-based Spence Diamond manufacturer can do what traditionally mind diamond dealers can’t – they guarantee your diamond’s origin. This eliminates the middlemen, their unquestionable practices, and any societal conflict. Spence minimizes their environmental footprint by removing the intense impact of traditional mining. Spence’s Artisan Created Diamonds are made in the U.S., ethically responsible, and environmentally sustainable.

IDENTICAL TO TRADITIONAL MINED DIAMONDS

Artisan Created Diamonds have the exact physical, chemical, and optical properties as natural diamonds. The only difference – they are created in a plasma chamber rather than dug from the Earth.

  Using breakthrough technology and proprietary Spence equipment, Spence replicates the environment in which a natural diamond grows, taking 6-12 weeks. Each truly one-of-a-kind, gem-grade Artisan Created Diamond will come with its own inclusions, color, and clarity just as it would in nature.

PROTECTION FROM EXTRACTIVE MINING PRACTICES

The beauty of knowing where your diamond comes from means you can rest easy about who was involved in creating your diamond. As part of Spence Diamond’s commitment to creating a better world, the Artisan Diamond reduces the need for extractive mining – thereby preventing the desctructive practices that so often result in human trafficking. Spence Diamonds also commits to contributing a portion of their revenue to empowering local communities in the Democractic Republic of the Congo and Uganda, where conflict has made many people vulnerable to exploitation of the traditional mining industry.

BOHO BY SPENCE x NOT FOR SALE HOLIDAY COLLECTION

This holiday season Spence Diamonds and Not For Sale become partners in fighting human trafficking around the world. Spence is offering a limited edition 5-piece collection built around the Boho by Spence jewelry line that will allow us all to “wear our beliefs” in the fight against trafficking.

Each piece will be limited to 300 pieces and will only be offered during the holiday period (until Dec. 31, 2017). 100% of all profits from the limited edition Boho by Spence x Not For Sale Holiday Collection will be donated to Not For Sale.

Our Artisan Created Diamonds are ethically produced, eco-friendly and socially responsible. We eliminate any social and environmental destruction – there are no communities harmed, no holes dug, no wildlife killed and no transporting product around the world. It’s the future of diamonds.”

– Eric Lindberg, CEO of Spence Diamonds

UNITED STATES:

In Store Online

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REBBL

REBBL

A SIP CAN CHANGE THE WORLD

It’s an unjust reality that many of nature’s invaluable, treasured ingredients are grown by people living at the margins of the global economy. Today’s supply chains must be rebuilt to empower the people involved, and create opportunities where there are none. A core part of REBBL’s mission is to create positive social impact with our products.

REBBL sources ingredients from suppliers who exemplify our values and invest in the strength and wellbeing of the communities where they operate.

REBBL donates 2.5% of revenue to Not For Sale to support regions of the world that are vulnerable to exploitation and human trafficking.

Cheryl O'Loughlin

Cheryl O'Loughlin

CEO, REBBL

Palo Hawken

Palo Hawken

Founder & Chief Innovation Officer, REBBL

REBBL

1250 Addison Street, # 213
Berkeley, CA 94702

ADDRESS:

1250 Addison Street, # 213
Berkeley, CA 94702
855-732-2500

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Instagram: @REBBL
Twitter: @REBBLTonic

Dignita

Dignita

A BITE CAN CHANGE THE WORLD

Dignita Restaurant evolved from our original Amsterdam concept — a soup company which served the women working in Amsterdam’s sex industry. This soup was made in a culinary training program which was given to vulnerable woman living in a shelter for victims of human trafficking, the soup was then sold to women working in the brothels to provide them with nutritious meals. 


Not For Sale Netherlands leaders also connected with other non-profit organizations and shelters to bring in survivors of exploitation. These women expressed interest in following training programs to offer them a new perspective and possibilities in life.

At the same time, we noticed that brunch restaurants were booming in popularity in the Dutch city. This was the perfect opportunity to build a new venture that could support our efforts in Amsterdam.

To make this a reality, the Dignita project leaders worked with world-class chefs to build a nationally recognized culinary program — where people affected by modern slavery could earn certifications in kitchen work.

Our project leaders picked a location, recruited amazing local talent, and soon launched the Dignita restaurant. This eatery is now one of the city’s top-rated recommendations on Trip Advisor, Yelp, and Facebook.

The restaurant is profitable, serves as a training center for people that come from situations of exploitation, and is setting the stage for further development in the Netherlands.

 

100% of Dignita profits go towards supporting the work of Not For Sale.

Toos Heemskerk

Toos Heemskerk

Country Director, Not For Sale the Netherlands

Jorrit Looijenga

Jorrit Looijenga

Director, Dignita

Marijn Vegter

Marijn Vegter

Restaurant Manager

Dignita Restaurant

Koninginneweg 218HS
1075 EL Amsterdam
Telephone: 020 221 4458
Open 7 days a week: 09:00-17:00

ADDRESS:

Koninginneweg 218HS
1075 EL Amsterdam
Telephone: 020 221 4458
Open 7 days a week: 09:00-17:00

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Instagram: @dignitaamsterdam
TripAdvisor: Dignita Restaurant
Yelp: Dignita Restaurant

St. Clare

St. Clare

A BUZZ CAN CHANGE THE WORLD

St. Clare Coffee stands out in San Francisco’s crowded coffee scene. Nestled inside the city’s financial district, St. Clare Coffee’s flagship cafe employs and provides training for survivors of trafficking and at-risk youth in San Francisco.

St. Clare Coffee is also working hard to source and develop coffees from the Akha Tribes in Northern Thailand.

Many of the Akha peoples live without citizenship to any nation, and have few protections from their governments. This makes them often susceptible to traffickers.

You can also do good through simply purchasing our drinks and whole bean coffees, as a portion of all sales are contributed to Not for Sale.

Kevin Bohlin

Kevin Bohlin

Founder, St. Frank & St. Clare

This isn’t charity. When you can do it through business it’s much more empowering to the people involved. They’re working for it and they’re doing it on their own. We want to make a difference but it has to be a sustainable business.

– Kevin, St. Clare Coffee: Good Coffee With A Mission From San Francisco

St. Clare

654 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

St. Frank

2340 Polk Street
San Francisco, CA 94109

ST. CLARE ADDRESS:

654 Mission St.
San Francisco
Open Mon-Fri: 08:00-16:00

WEBSITE:

http://www.stclarecoffee.com/about/

ST. FRANK ADDRESS:

2340 Polk Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
Open Mon-Sat: 07:00-19:00
Sun 08:00-18:00

WEBSITE:

http://www.saintfrankcoffee.com

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Facebook: saintfrankcoffee
Instagram: @saintfrankcoffee
Twitter: @kgbohlin

Not For Sale Ale

Not For Sale Ale

A CHEER CAN CHANGE THE WORLD

Not For Sale Ale started as a side project to inspire the employees of Thurne Teknik, a “bioprocessing” business serving life science, biotech, chemical and food industries in Northern Europe.

CEO Ulf Stenerhag wanted to find ways to incorporate ‘doing good’ into their daily lives.

Thurne Teknik’s employees rallied around the project, and partnered with Monks Brewery in Sweden to develop the first Not For Sale Ale in Europe. Days later, the beer was served at the Swedish Royal Palace during Batstone’s speech at the Young Leadership Conference 2014.

Stenerhag and his team are committed to donating 100% of its profits back to Not For Sale’s work, mainly in Romania. As demand scales, they hope to support job creation in areas vulnerable to human trafficking.

Ulf Stenerhag

Ulf Stenerhag

Founder, Thurne Teknik AB & Not For Sale Ale, Europe

Not For Sale Ale, Europe

Lugnets Alle 1
12065 Stockholm, Sweden

NOT FOR SALE ALE, EUROPE:

Lugnets Alle 1
12065 Stockholm, Sweden

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Facebook: NotForSaleAle
Instagram: @notforsaleale