To Love is to Act Store
It’s time for some redemptive consumerism. Shop unique items that support our work with children affected by conflict and oppression.
Myanmar On My Mind Ribbon
In Myanmar, red ribbons are ubiquitous in the protests against military rule; they symbolize peace and democracy. To keep Myanmar on our minds, we’ll send a free red ribbon to anyone who wants one as a visual cue to remember something you are prone to forget, like a conflict on the other side of the world.
By one, get one free! Tony’s Chocolonely exists to end slavery on cocoa farms in West Africa. That's why we're selling this special-edition bar of milk chocolate with raspberry and rose petal, so that every purchase can go toward ending child labor AND toward the Partners projects you love most.
Migrant women in our sewing program designed and have sewn these masks made from material hand woven by Karen women. To Love Love Love is to wear a mask.
Whether you are in lockdown or venturing outside this winter, this is the sweatshirt you didn't know you needed. Our sweatshirt is made of the softest eco-fleece and has a to love is to act tag sewn on the shoulder. Unixes sizes, each one is unique. And gorgeous. We made a very small batch of these because hand-sewing is time-intensive and tie-dying is... messy.
16oz Carter MOVE Mug w/ Splash Guard
Consider your commute covered. Designed to keep ice - or tea bags - in your drink where it belongs with a snap- in splash guard and a slim width, Carter Move Mug is our new favorite. 16 oz. Matte white + white love matte white + black love matte black + white love.
Baggu’s best selling reusable bag goes everywhere and hauls (practically) anything. We take ours to the farmers market around the corner from HQ. Holds 2–3 plastic grocery bags worth of stuff. Folds into a flat 5” × 5” pouch. Boom.
We have designed a custom crew-height performance running sock just for you. Made in America, these are the real deal. This is a marathon, and we are so glad you are running it with us.
After The Last Border By Jessica Goudeau
The story of two refugee families from Syria and Thailand (!) and their hope and resilience as they fight to survive and belong in America. We couldn’t love this book more.
Theo Goes To Myanmar
Is the country of Myanmar a mystery to you? Join Theo and Aung on a tour through this ancient nation, and discover miracle trees, delicious food and friendly people. You'll also learn about some of Myanmar's difficulties and how you can help. Written by Oddny Gumaer, illustrated by Elise Gumaer.
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