Kamibashi: Headed by a dedicated husband-wife team, Kamibashi sells Fair Trade products and artwork from Japan and Thailand. Kamibashi is dedicated to quality and to paying artists well for their hard work. They believe in long-term partnerships and have worked with the same artisan groups for eight years.
Cause Related Marketing
On an ongoing basis, the Kamibashi Corporation donates $0.50 from each sale of Pacho the Parrot String Dolls to ACT. *
notNeutral: Founded by the award-winning multidisciplinary design firm Rios Clementi Hale Studios, notNeutral creates bold, idea-based, accessible objects for the everyday modern lifestyle. notNeutral loves to tell stories and instill products with the ideas, culture, and history their designs are based on.
On an ongoing basis, notNeutral donates $2.34 for each sale of Brasilia City Plates to ACT. *
Nature's Path: Nature's Path aspires to advance the cause of people and planet along the path to sustainability. Their products feature local or fair-trade organic, healthy ingredients. You can support our work with Nature's Path--just look for the blue macaw Nature's Path cereal the next time you're at the supermarket!
As part of a longstanding partnership with the Nature’s Path EnviroKidz Fund, ACT benefits from EnviroKidz cereal and bar sales. One percent of sales of EnviroKids products is donated by Nature’s Path to endangered species, habitat conservation, and environmental education for kids. ACT receives a portion of these funds to support educational projects in the rainforest of South America. However, as ACT does not benefit proportionate to sale of the product. We are gratified to announce that in 2012, ACT received $10,000 from Nature’s Path. Previous Nature Path’s grants have sponsored transmission of ancestral ethnobotanical knowledge from indigenous elders to youth in remote villages of the Suriname interior as well as expeditions by indigenous schoolchildren to sites of special ecological significance.
* There is no maximum or guaranteed minimum contribution amount.
ACT Board Member Dr. Thomas Lovejoy Named President of the US branch of IUCN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature) (posted on Tuesday, April 18, 2017)
A Taste of Honey: Stingless Bee Breeding Commences in Kwamalasamutu (posted on Friday, March 31, 2017)
Last of the Isolated: Houses and a History for Surviving Elders of the Amazon (posted on Tuesday, February 28, 2017)
Special Podcast Episode with Julian Lennon: Listen Younger Brother (posted on Tuesday, December 13, 2016)
New ACT documentary: Kwamalasamutu - In Pursuit of Human Wellbeing (posted on Monday, December 12, 2016)
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