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Marion F.
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Report | 4 months ago
Greatsource of Fair Tradecoffee and decorating goods.
Susan T.
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Report | a year ago
Friendly service !
Sally M.
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Report | a year ago
This is a really great store and I will definitely go back. Wonderful place to buy gifts--for others and for myself!!! Guilt-free (almost)!
Darlene T.
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Report | a year ago
Great store! with friendly sales people. The merchandise is amazing and abundant. I love it for finding gifts, especially at holiday time.
Marcia M.
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Report | a year ago
I love the wide array of interesting items in the store. The staff are very helpful and friendly. I highly recommend it!
monica
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Report | a year ago
Beautiful items for sale, that are are fair trade.
Becca N.
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Report | 2 years ago
Love this store :)
Kathleen G.
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Report | 2 years ago
I love Ten Thousand Villages for finding unique gifts and, sometimes, something special for me! Everyone who works there is so friendly and helpful. It's a wonderful place.

From Our Editors

All big movements start small, but many would be surprised to learn that Ten Thousand Villages—a nonprofit and retailer with 390 outlets nationwide—began out of a car trunk. In 1946, Edna Ruth Byler started the organization out of her car, taking a name from a quote by Mohandas Gandhi, who said, “India is not to be found in its few cities but in the 700,000 villages.” Her willpower and determination allowed her vision to grow into a nonprofit that today supports more than 130 artisans in 38 developing countries. These artisans' wares go on sale at the organization's nationwide retail outlets, which brim with items including jewelry, home decor, and refrigerator cozies.

Everything is made using environmentally friendly processes, and every artisan is paid a fair wage. The money raised from sales goes to supply the artisans—who might otherwise be unemployed or underemployed—with education, food, housing, and healthcare. The organization has risen to such stature that it won the People’s Choice Award for Green Business of the Year in 2005, and has acted as one of the founding members of the World Fair Trade Organization.

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