A key pillar of Common Goods is about giving something back to the wider community and we aim to support a variety of causes that are working for the common good. We make sure 5% of each purchase (not just profit) is donated to a cause that we feel is making a big impact. Check back often as this list will keep growing as we do.
ShelterBox provides emergency disaster relief to people made homeless by disaster and conflict around the world. They provide shelter, essential items and technical assistance to help some of the world’s most vulnerable people recover and rebuild their homes.
Currently, ShelterBox is responding to the Ukraine crisis and has a team in Poland and Moldova. Learn more about the crisis here.
Hagar walks the whole journey to recovery with survivors of slavery, human trafficking and other forms of extreme human rights abuse such as physical or sexual violence. They are committed to seeing individuals healed from the trauma of their past and do whatever it takes for as long as it takes to see them healed and thriving in their communities.
Here are just a few stories of recovery and lives that have been transformed because of Hagar.
Just Peoples is an international non-profit founded in 2015 in New Zealand. Connecting you to a range of incredible people across Asia and Africa. These local heroes are leading micro-projects that provide effective local solutions to the poverty in their communities.
Each micro-project needs between $500 and $1,500 to make it a reality. Just Peoples empower you to choose the impact you want to have on global poverty by selecting your favourite micro-project to support based on the cause - whether it's education, nutrition, maternity healthcare or clean energy, the country, and individual people who receive the benefit of your dollars.
Help Cambodian kids stay healthy and focussed on their studies by ensuring they have nutritious school lunches in their bellies. Starvation and malnutrition are widespread in Cambodia, and many kids go to school hungry. Among under-5 children, 45% are stunted and 29% are underweight. These school lunches are provided to underprivileged kids living in slums in Siem Reap who attend a free school, and will often be the only meal they receive that day.