We're changing the world. Help us.

Seeking bloggers, advocates & affiliate partners to help us help others. Made for Freedom is a social enterprise. This means that we are cause-driven, seeking to make an impact in the world in a very big way. We are working to ensure that the products you wear every day uplift you, the planet's resources and the people who produce them. We do this in two ways: We employ women and…

My Fast Fashion Revelation

Here I find myself again. Staring at a closet full of clothes and feeling I have nothing to wear. Half the closet is waiting for me to loose a few pounds and the other half are bargain garments I never really loved. Have you experienced this moment?Hi, Made for Freedom community! I am Jennifer, the newest member of the Made for Freedom team. My passion for fighting human trafficking was ignited in…

NEW Products, Coming Right Up!

Spring is bringing lots of excitement here at Made for Freedom! We're gearing up for our Fashion Revolution Celebration on April 21st, and we're also in the process of getting in new product.So, you all remember that Dawn and Tara spent several weeks of January visiting restoration centers in Asia, right? They were able to meet with people who work to provide job skills and dignified employment fo…

Global gender equality and the UN

193 UN Member States assembled in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia this July for the Third International Conference on Financing for Development. Their goal is to find solutions to “end poverty and hunger, and to achieve sustainable development in its three dimensions through promoting inclusive economic growth, protecting the environment, and promoting social inclusion”(Addis Ababa Action Agenda, Anne…

The Future of Business. Why Made for Freedom is a Social Enterprise.

What is Social Enterprise*?Made for Freedom is proud to be part a growing, global, social enterprise movement. Businesses are awakening to the notion that a company can be passionate about both social good and profit. This way of doing business creates sustainable, positive change in communities around the globe. While many definitions exist, at its core, a social enterprise seeks to achieve socie…

Pumpkins, Sweet Potatoes and...VAW???

Pumpkins with carved faces and candles greet children in search of candy. Sweet potatoes, mixed with brown sugar and cooked, ready for a wonderful feast. That is plenty of orange for most people; however, a worldwide movement is calling for people around the world to stand up against VAW (Violence Against Women) by wearing orange for 16 Days.Is Violence Against Women really that big of an issue? W…