Considerate Consumerism

Be a benevolent buyer of goods and use your purchasing power for good.

Lauren Bush created FEED in 2007, fighting hunger with environmentally friendly artisan products, produced with fair labor conditions, working with cooperatives in Columbia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, India, Kenya and Peru. Sales of FEED products supply meals to people in the countries where they were actually produced.

Granddaughter of President George H. W. Bush, who knew a thing or two about service, Lauren has combined an appreciation for fashion, with the humanity of philanthropy, in a collection of stylish, functional bags, jewelry and special home items at a reasonable price point.

Spend where it grows the good – shop FEED and literally feed families.

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Tami Warren is the writer, and creator of Namaste Negro. She lives life with daily doses of levity in Denver, Colorado. Tami holds a B.A. in Sociology, from the University of Colorado. However, she does not physically hold the B.A. in her hands, the document is safely stored in a secure facility. Humor is healthy, therefore, cachinnate with other carbon based life forms. Reach out to Tami in the Mile High City: or @namastenegro

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