Gifting Goodness:

Ethical, Life Giving, and Sustainable

Want a better way to share some good this Christmas - or all year? Check out the resources below!

Disclaimer: Please note that All Saints Parish does not have the ability to certify fair-trade or sustainable craft items or organizations. The following is simply a list of resources to help you get started in your own search. If you find any resources that you think should be listed here, please tell us - click here to send us an email!

  • Northwest Catholic Gift Guide

    This year's NW Catholic Gift Guide is a wonderful collection of gift suggestions, from food and drink to body and beauty, even arts and crafts! It features local businesses based out of Washington. It even features merchandise made by our own neighbors, the Benedictine nuns at St. Placid Priory, L'Arche Tahoma Hope, and Brother Edmund Ebbers at St. Martin's Abbey. All gifts featured in this article benefit a good cause. Talk about Catholic giving!

    Photo: Viktor Forgacs, Unsplash

  • Catholic Relief Services Fair Trade

    Log on to the CRS Fair Trade website to shop ethically-sourced gifts, chocolate, and coffee. You can also learn more about the positive impact of fair trade, and how ethical shopping choices are connected to our faith. This website is a great place to start for those who want to get more involved with the mission of Catholic Relief Services. All proceeds support the livelihood of artisans who supply the goods sold through the CRS partner merchants. 

    Image courtesy of

  • SERRV - A CRS Fair Trade Partner

    SERRV is a non-profit organization that connects shoppers with handmade, fairly traded goods that support the livelihood of global artisans and their families. It is a partner of Catholic Relief Services in fighting poverty by providing meaningful work that promotes self-sufficiency to workers in developing nations. They offer gifts from home decor, apparel, kitchen ware, and more. 

    Image courtesy of

  • Ten Thousand Villages

    Ten Thousand Villages is one of the world's oldest and largest fair trade organizations. They offer ethically sourced handmade gifts, jewelry, apparel, home decor, kitchen ware, and many more goods, all of which are made using materials that are locally obtained from the communities where they are made. They bring livelihood to 20,000 artisans from 30 developing countries all over the world.  

    Image courtesy of

  • The Good Trade Blog

    The Good Trade blog is an online resource for those who want to make social good an all-around lifestyle. It includes helpful shopping guides, informative articles, interviews and more, covering a diverse set of interests such as fashion, food and industry. 

    Image courtesy of