About

All ReVision items are made by Fair Trade certified organizations committed to supporting disenfranchised populations, improving living conditions, and honoring and preserving the earth we all share.

What is Fair Trade? Why does it matter?

When a typical fashion or jewelry item is produced in the developing world, the average percentage of the final cost that goes to the worker ranges from 0.5 – 4 %. These workers are also often subject to grueling and unsafe conditions, risking their health and well being for dollars a day. Materials used are often not sustainably sourced, often use toxic chemicals in production, which damage environments and pollute local water supplies. 

Individual purchase choices shape society and the planet. Given the challenge of researching the sourcing, production, and standards for every product we buy, Fair Trade certification was designed as a tool to designate products that have been created in a way where workers’ rights are honored and the environment is protected. 

WHEN YOU SUPPORT FAIRLY PAID GLOBAL ARTISANS, YOU HONOR LIFE, PROMOTE GLOBAL PROSPERITY, CELEBRATE THE POWER OF CREATIVITY... AND SHARE JOY.

 


Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of human freedoms - to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one's own way.  -Victor Frankl

About Each Organization We Partner With

The name ReVision reflects the power of humanity to rewrite our collective story through ingenuity and joyful creation, the inextinguishable spark within all humans.

We partner with organizations that are focused on empowering communities to design their own future, that have goals of long-term sustainability and equal opportunity through the Fair Trade model. 

Rather than perpetuating reliance on traditional charitable donations, which so often perpetuate cycles of global inequality, we select organizations that help artisans build skills in both craftsmanship and business, to support individual and collective ability to thrive and gain economic independence in the long term. 

We vet each organization carefully, selecting those that maintain a high level of awareness to individual challenges of each community, and deeply honor the creative autonomy and individual needs of their artisan team

Our hope is that through your purchase,

artisans are given a voice in their communities and the world. 

Organizations:

Cambodia Craftworks (Phnom Penh)

Zakali Jewelry (Nairobi, Kenya)

Art Camp (Tecalpulco, Mexico)

Mira Fair Trade (India)

World Finds (India)

Global Groove (Nepal)