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that provide hope, dignity and freedom to women affected by exploitation

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Welcome to our collection of gifts that keep on giving.

Our selection of quality gifts empowers survivors of human trafficking, supports fair trade & eco-friendly production and creates funding for charities working to end modern-day slavery.

Gifts Under $50

Gifts for Her

Home Decor

Ethical Jewellery

Handmade games & journals

20% OFF retail price

Be prepared for the change in weather with one-of-a-kind throws and picnic blankets.

Lovingly hand-stitched cotton blankets, soft and snuggly and in a range of colours and sizes for every member of the family.

Small Cotton Throw, Baby Blanket - Royal Fern

Basha

Small Cotton Throw, Baby Blanket - Royal Fern

$65.00

Small Cotton Throw, Baby Blanket - Aqua, Tangerine & Sand

Basha

Small Cotton Throw, Baby Blanket - Aqua, Tangerine & Sand

$65.00

Small Cotton Throw, Baby Blanket - Terracotta Fire

Basha

Small Cotton Throw, Baby Blanket - Terracotta Fire

$65.00

Small Cotton Throw, Baby Blanket - Dusty Pink & Wine

Basha

Small Cotton Throw, Baby Blanket - Dusty Pink & Wine

$65.00

Chunky Knit Throw - Black & White

Basha

Chunky Knit Throw - Black & White

$79.00

Chunky Knit Throw - Oranges & Browns

Basha

Chunky Knit Throw - Oranges & Browns

$79.00

Cotton Throw - Desert Sands

Basha

Cotton Throw - Desert Sands

$165.00

Cotton Blanket - Double - Flowering Olives & Limes

Basha

Cotton Blanket - Double - Flowering Olives & Limes

$250.00

Meet the Makers

Our makers are our heroes. They have shown resilience and courage.

They are women and men, mothers and fathers, young and old living in many different communities across Asia.

The story of overcoming great adversity joins them.

They take great pride in their work and delight in the opportunities their dignified work have created.

They now know freedom.

Why help stop human trafficking?

It was 2016 when for Dignity was launched, the little shop helping stop human trafficking.

I had just returned from living in Vietnam for seven years. I had seen firsthand the power of business to transform lives and communities for the better.

But, on the other hand, I had worked amongst Vietnam's most vulnerable and saw the devastating horror of human trafficking.

So it lit a fire in my belly to become part of the solution to the fastest growing global crime against humanity through business.

What happend next...