EAT. DRINK. SHOP.
CRAFTED FOR GOOD.
At Party B Cause, our job is to connect good things in this world together through gatherings. By bringing together a crafted group of local, Colorado grown food vendors and organizations doing good in the world, we can create a mercantile filled with good things. Party B Cause is introducing CRAFTED for good, an event where good people can eat good, drink good, and shop for good. We call that being the change we wish to see. We hope you do, too.
FREE THE GIRLS
Free The Girls is an international 501(c)(3) non-profit organization devoted to coming alongside sex trafficking survivors with a path to true freedom. It's a journey from horrific trauma to reintegrating into the life they were meant to live within their family and community. Our goal for true freedom is measured by economic freedom, restored health, social well-being, education, and opportunity for a different, hopeful future.
MERCANTILE FOR GOOD
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Kuda Vana Partnership
Kuda Vana Partnership empowers the most vulnerable children of Zimbabwe to not just survive, but thrive. Our local staff provide whole-person care to orphaned and abandoned children, enabling them to live more independent, dignified and enriched lives.
Threads Worldwide empowers women thought the fair trade of artisan jewelry. Threads partners with women in 15 countries around the world to create life-changing work for these women and their families.
Friendship Bridge empowers Guatemalan women to create a better future for themselves, their children & their communities through microfinance, education, and health programs.
A Little Something:
AfricAid mentors secondary school girls in Tanzania to develop their potential as leaders of their own lives because educated, confident girls will transform the future of their communities.
emBOLDen Alliances is a global nonprofit organization built on multiple decades of hands-on experiences. Through partnerships with community-led initiatives, we improve health, dignity, and opportunity in development and humanitarian response. The measure of our success is the ability to step back and witness as our emBOLDened partners accomplish more for their own communities.
Cards for Caring
Cards for Caring is a non-profit dedicated to animals and the environment. Founded in 2014 by 12-year-old Kayla Wolins as a way for her to use her photography skills to make a positive impact, Cards for Caring has donated over $30,000 to its largest beneficiary, The Wild Animal Sanctuary.
Colorado Nepal Appliance
Colorado Nepal Alliance (www.ColoradoNepalAlliance.org) is a partnership between Coloradans and rural Nepali villages recovering from the 2015 earthquake. CNA has rebuilt schools destroyed in the earthquake and is providing teacher training and health camps for these villages.
Project HARTwork is an international network of artists and supporters working together to end human trafficking. We host a variety of events designed to start conversations about human trafficking issues locally, nationally, and globally. Through our events, exhibits and sale of art we provide opportunities to learn and talk about human trafficking while appreciating and supporting local talent and artists from around the world.
At Azomalli, our passion for herbs, tea and good things lead us to craft herbal tea blends using ingredients that always protect and support the environment and communities where they are grown. We ensure that they are not only organic and of the best quality, but also that their production has a good impact on the world. At the same time, we want to promote a sense of well-being, calm and relaxation that will lead to happier and more peaceful individuals. And so, it is our belief and hope that this synergy will end up having a positive impact on the community and even beyond its confines
Pearl Street Lights
Fundacion "Yo Te Amo," CO
The goal of both Fundación “Yo Te Amo,” CO (USA) and Fundación El Buen Samaritano (Ecuador) is based on a conviction best expressed in Proverbs 31:8 & 9. (NIV) “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy. “ The founders of FYTA, the current/ past boards and supporters share in a desire to help those impoverished physically, spiritually and emotionally . Thus, Buen Samaritano Clinica provides medical care in many areas such as “failure to thrive“ infants, physical deformities, emotional trauma, meeting needs of bedridden patients in the community, elderly disabilities and multiple situations experienced by the impoverished where no other means of help is available.
An annual medical mission to surrounding, underserved villages began in 1998 prior to the forming of the foundation in 2001; these annual medical missions have continued and include dental care.
FYTA provides all funding to pay a fair salary and benefits to the 13 clinic employees who are all Ecuadorian, both professional and non-professional. Currently, FYTA financial support comes from churches and individuals aware of FYTA’s focus and past work over the last 17 years. FYTA founders and board members volunteer their time; 100% of any contribution goes to support the Buen Samaritano Clinic, its staff and the patients served.
Hearts 'n' Hands
Hearts ‘n’ Hands is a Vocational training program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities that provides job skills training at our sites and in the community. Our two-fold approach gives participants the opportunity to develop job skills and serve in the local community. We have two site locations in the Denver area. All pre-vocational activities are run under the umbrella of Heart ‘n’ Hands Co-op giving our participants the opportunity to earn money through the sales of the products they make while learning job skills. The Co-op is designed to empower our participants, teaching them what it takes to work hard, make decisions as a group, and see tangible benefits.
Samburu Youth Education Fund
The mission of the Samburu Youth Education Fund is to provide equitable opportunities for youth in Samburu, Kenya to enhance their leadership development and problem-solving skills through educational scholarships and civic involvement opportunities. We serve 50 youth annually, and also support the beadwork of 30+ Samburu women as part of our fundraising and development efforts.
Artisans Thrive by Women’s Partnership Market partners with over 20 grassroots female artisan groups around the globe to increase their access to capital, fair wages and dignified work. We work with the artisans to design, make, and bring to market unique handmade wares, returning roughly 70% of the sale price back to the women in increased income and training. In addition, the artisans in our network receive other training in skills, business, and leadership development.