And on the twelfth day of Christmas, The Archibald Project gave to me a shop that creates custom bags with a cause: job creation and empowering women in Detroit!Read More
On the tenth day of Christmas, The Archibald Project gave to me a store for the whole family that helps feed malnourished people in Haiti – Camplight Apparel!Read More
On the ninth day of Christmas, The Archibald Project gave to me a shop that is such a treat to the eyes – Ara Collective! You will definitely want to read more of what founder and designer, Sarah Contrucci Smith, has to say about Ara and shop her store for the most beautiful Christmas gifts!Read More
And on the 7th Day of Archibald Christmas we bring to you Go Rings – a shop started to fundraise an 11-month mission trip around the world but didn't stop there!Read More
On the 6th Day of Archibald Christmas we bring to you an amazing necklace company called Lovishly! They partner with non-profits around the world to create a custom necklaces that gives $5 of every sale back to that organization.Read More
And on the 5th Day of Archibald Christmas we bring to you Matter Prints – a socially conscious clothing shop! You'll definitely want to buy a gift or two (for yourself also) from them!
Farisia Thang, Content & Partnerships Curator had a lot to tell us about Matter Prints!
Day 4 of our 12 Days of Christmas has such a powerful story! Fashion & Compassion is an ethical jewelry and accessory shop that gives back! We got to chat with the founders and wow, you will want to read about them!Read More
My name is Michelle Johnson and I'm from Orange County, California. I've been with the organization for almost 5 years and I am Head of Distribution. Our organization was started with the simple reason to serve survivors of modern day slavery. PURPOSE Jewelry is the social enterprise component of iSanctuary. Our jewelry is handcrafted by artisans rescued from sex trafficking.Read More
Happy Day 2 of The Archibald Project's 12 Days of Christmas! Yesterday we told you about an ethical home goods store, Mae Woven. Today we are bringing you an ethical fashion shop called Garment Collective.Read More
Happy December! Christmas is just around the corner and there are so many ethical shops + small businesses that we want to share before you finish your gift shopping! So for the next 12 (week)days, we will be featuring 12 ethical shops or small businesses, hear their mission and heart behind the products they sell and provide links directly to their stores!Read More
With their backs facing, the door opened and in came baby Keywood. I wouldn’t let Sarah and Jay turn around to see him until I captured a good shot of their nervous, excited faces. At six pounds, 13 ounces and 19 inches long, I couldn’t help but let out a little gasp from behind the camera when I saw him… which only built their suspense more. He was being held by his transitional parents, the Nolan’s, who had taken care of him the night before.Read More
Exactly two weeks after starting my new job with The Archibald Project, I got in the car and drove three hours north to Fort Worth, Texas. I pulled up to a light pink Airbnb that was being rented by a young couple named Sarah and Jay Keywood. From the second they opened the door, I could feel the nervous, excited and joyful energy flowing through every ounce of their being. They invited me into their temporary home and adoption story with wide open arms.Read More