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Win a $1,000 Ethical Holiday Shopping Spree!

We've teamed up with the Founder of Noonday Collection to chat all about ethical holiday shopping on her new podcast episode of “Going Scared with Jessica Honegger.” In honor of the...

Win a $1,000 Ethical Holiday Shopping Spree!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – to shop! But in the season of gifting, isn’t it more important than ever to make sure we’re using our purchasing power for good? That’s why Jessica Honegger, the Founder of Noonday Collection, spent some time on her new podcast episode of Going Scared with Jessica Honegger chatting with four incredible women at the helm of ethical fashion and home decor, including the founders of some of her favorite ethical brands and blogs like Tribe Alive, The Root Collective, and Conscious ‘n Chic. And we teamed up to give one winner a $1,000 Ethical Shopping Spree! Enter to win:

  • $500 Noonday Collection gift card
  • $250 The Root Collective gift card
  • $250 Tribe Alive gift card


  1. Enter your email address in the widget below (This step is mandatory for entry!)
  2. Bonus entries: Follow @noondaycollection, @tribealive, @therootcollective, @consciousnchic, and @jessicahonegger on Instagram

We’re choosing one lucky winner on Monday, 12/9. Good luck! 

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4 comments on Win a $1,000 Ethical Holiday Shopping Spree!
  • Sharon Baker
    Sharon BakerDecember 09, 2019

    I am so happy to be able to find clothing made with the makers I mind as well as the sellers.

  • Sharon
    Sharon December 08, 2019

    Merry Christmas! Blessings for your commitment to helping people provide for their families in a real honest loving way \0/ I love my shoes, one year old now!

  • Annie Madigan
    Annie MadiganDecember 04, 2019

    After looking for all things made in the USA, I decided to go fair trade, ethical and to support a company that brings dignity to their artisans. I couldn’t be happier to have found Root Collective. It’s so frustrating knowing that certain brands that were once made in the USA are now made overseas and without transparency. Anyway, I could ramble on and on, but I just want you to know that I am so proud of your business and appreciate the way you put workers first. I teach kindergarten, and often talk to them about where clothes are made and how, and the impact it has on people and the environment. Thanks for inspiring me to inspire the lil ones!!

  • Heidi Pettigrew
    Heidi Pettigrew December 04, 2019

    How much fun would THIS be?

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