ethical christmas shopping

Give the gift of freedom while you shop 

"We 3 Kings of Orient are, bearing gifts we ..." Oh yes! Did you finish that carol in your head or out loud? Love it or loathe it (we love it), Christmas is coming and if you're looking for some gifts that are a bit different and ethically sound, we've put together a number of businesses that have the same values as us, campaigning against trafficking, and working to rescue, support and assist survivors too. How great to give the gift of freedom to someone in desperate need at the same time as giving gifts to family and friends at Christmas. That's a win-win. Merry Shopping and tell us how you get on. Also, if you come across companies you think we could share here, let us know.


Heaven's Attic

This great company's mission is also to rescue and restore those caught in sex slavery. Hope here for jewellery, accessories, interiors, girls and an aroma range.


A Fair Trade organisation offering employment to women caught in Kolkata's sex trade. 


Dalit Goods

Providing schools and education for Dalit children (India's 'Untouchables'), many of whom get caught in the global trafficking trade. Shop here for men's grooming, soaps, spices, soapstones and Christmas decorations too. 

Penh Lenh

Handcrafted jewellery from Cambodia providing employment and training for women overcoming intense trauma. High quality artisan jewellery that enables trafficked women to regain their dignity and independence.

Manumit Coffee

Manumit offers dignity & hope to survivors of modern slavery through training & employment. Their coffee is roasted in Cardiff by men and women who have suffered horrendous exploitation at the hands of traffickers and modern slave traders but are now rebuilding their lives. Encourage your workplace to stock it, by your own or take out a subscription for a weekly, 2 weekly or monthly delivery. Branded hoodies and T-shirts also.