Deepening Our Relationships With Fair Trade Organizations | Prosperity Candle

Deepening Our Relationships with Fair Trade Organizations

As you may have know from this video of Founding Partner Siiri Morley discussing Prosperity Candle’s thoughts on fair trade, we deeply respect the fair trade movement and consider ourselves part of it. We’re very happy to share that we are further deepening our engagement with fair trade organizations!

Joining the Fair Trade Federation & Green America

With the generous support of United Methodist Committee on Relief, we are joining the Fair Trade Federation and Green America as members. We will be proud to share these membership labels on our website and products, as they further illuminate our commitment to being a responsible company that prioritizes social and environmental good. We’ll be joining an impressive group of business leaders as fair trade federation members working to make change.

Teaming Up with Fair Trade Leaders for Unique Gift Sets

The Burmese Joy gift set is a great fair trade gift featuring Divine Chocolate

You might have noticed some exciting new gift sets featuring Divine Chocolate and Alter Eco Truffles. We feel that these fair trade leaders are part of our tribe – a community of businesses that are doing incredible work to empower farmers and artisans by creating incredible products. Divine Chocolate works closely with farmers who not only earn a great wage for their work, but also own part of the company. And Alter Eco practices fair working standards and actively works to combat climate change by protecting and restoring forests. 

We’ll always be challenging ourselves to see how much good can be wrapped up into each gift we offer. These are gifts that give back to women, fair trade organizations, and great nonprofit causes. Shopping with a cause goes a step further!

Women artisans of Prosperity with handmade candles in our studio.

Learn More About Our Mission

In every product lies the opportunity to help make the world a better place. 


Our handmade candles and ethically sourced gifts support women artisans in the U.S. and refugee families around the world.
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