Doing Good on Mother’s Day

Gifts. Luncheons. Flowers. 

Personally, I’m ready for some new ideas. Since my mom has three children, in addition to me, I bet that she is, too.

This Mother’s Day, we are lucky to have Buy Good. Feel Good., North America’s largest marketplace for social enterprises, open all weekend. Of course, I’m always looking for ways to incorporate that do-good factor into my gift-giving. Add the fun of strolling through a market, and I’m smitten. Is there anything better than making the process of finding the gift a part of giving it?

For the mom who loves prints:

Pretty and comfy: Mata Traders’ dresses in original prints

Mata Traders – Adorable dresses in original prints, with very flattering silhouettes. And, everything is ethically made by artisans in India and Nepal. www.matatraders.com

For the mom who loves unique jewellery:

When one just isn’t enough. Justone’s reinvented pieces will satisfy mom’s every desire

JustOne – JustOne’s mission to help alleviate poverty through employment is totally heartwarming, but it’s their highly contemporary designs that you won’t forget. www.iamjustone.ca

For the mom who loves a casual look:

Look good and sporty on a jaunt in these joggers

Ungalli Clothing Co. – “Casual but not too casual” is the tag line for these joggers made of 50 per cent recycled water bottles and 50 per cent organic cotton.  www.ungalli.com

 

Buy Good. Feel Good. is at the Enercare Centre from May 11th-13th. 

Tickets are available at www.buygoodfeelgood.com.

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