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Hopeful Organic Sweatshirt- Heather Deep

£40.00 GBP
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• 100% Organic Cotton
• Fairwear Foundation Certified Manufacturer
• Profits go towards our work offering creative opportunities to people who have experienced homelessness or mental health related illnesses.

About Hopeful Traders

Hopeful Traders is a social arts project and clothing brand that collaborates with people affected by homelessness or mental illness. These collaborations become the designs for our clothing range. The sales of this range raise money for the individual collaborators as well as charities chosen by them.

Hopeful Traders

We create social impact through creativity and collaboration.
Hopeful Traders is a social arts project and clothing brand. Hopeful Traders collaborate with individuals who been affected by homelessness or mental illness. These collaborations become clothing designs that are then produced and sold by the brand. Profits from the sales of our clothing are shared with the individual collaborators and a charity that they wish to support. Hopeful Traders is an ethical brand that not only produces its products to a high standard of quality but also sources its materials responsibly.
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We’re striving to dismantle poverty through social trading