An Opportunity to Promote Fair Trade through Festivals, Sales, Trunk Shows
Help WHEAT's Hand to Hand Project and its Fair Trade Store expand its outreach efforts around Fair Trade by scheduling and participating in festivals and sales events at faith communities, conferences, companies, schools and in-home.
These events educate others about fair trade and its positive affects on artisans around the globe. The events feature quality, handmade items for sale from 43 countries including the United States - helping the crafters to feed, clothe, shelter and educate their families, with the ultimate goal of becoming self-sustaining.
4000 North 7th Street, Ste 118, Phoenix, AZ 85014, US
The mission of WHEAT is to educate, advocate, engage and empower individuals to action in the fight against hunger and poverty.
WHEAT: educates through workshops, civic speaking, leadership training and key note presentations; advocates through active participation within the legislative process, both locally and nationally; engages and empowers individuals caught in the poverty trap to self sustenance through their own participation in the anti-hunger campaign and by inspiring others to volunteer toward an end to hunger.
The Clothes Silo, a clothing boutique empowering disadvantaged women through the provision of free workwear.
The Fair Trade Store, fighting global poverty with fair and ethically traded gifts and goods.
WHEAT’s Management Training, providing skill building workshops and on-the-job training throughout the Phoenix area.