The Common Good

Just Giving Guide

Just Giving Guide

Do you love nothing more than the taste of fair trade coffee? Do you enjoy the thrill of finding unique gifts that help make a difference in the world?
Here in the Sojourners Just Giving Guide, you’ll find socially conscious gift options for everyone, including:

  • Unique and diverse handmade gifts
  • Fairly traded foods like coffee and chocolate
  • Books, artwork, and, music that express the life of faith
  • Eco-friendly, sustainable products
  • Donations to charity in honor of a loved one
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Bought Beautifully

Bought Beautifully is an online market connecting people to products that impact the world with God's love. Bought Beautifully features vendors from around the world. All vendors on our site: Know their supply chain, Pay fair wages, Prioritize safe working conditions, Practice wise stewardship, AND share Christ's love through their work.

Bread for the World

Send Christmas cards that help end hunger. Using original photos from members and indigenous photographers, Bread for the World holiday cards convey a message of peace, joy, and hope. All revenue supports efforts to end hunger in the United States and abroad. Ten cards and envelopes for $15.

Cat Lovers Against the Bomb

A calendar for peace advocates and cat lovers alike, 12 real-life photos of cats and 12 matching quotes, one each month. Along with important dates in peace and justice history as well as cat history. Cats and Peace-what more could you want in a calendar?

Church Health Center

Guided in all we do by our mission to reclaim the church's biblical commitment to care for our bodies and our spirits, the Church Health Center produces innovative resources on health and healing for you and your community.

Coexist

Coexist is going beyond the bumper sticker with their line of products for good. Profits from Coexist products go to divided communities, providing children access to better education and creating a stronger, more cohesive society.

Covenant House

A hot meal and a warm coat mean everything to a homeless child. At Covenant House, we rescue kids with nowhere else to go – they are victims of abandonment, abuse, neglect and trafficking. Visit our online gift catalog and find a simple, life-changing gift for a homeless kid: covenanthouse.org/gifts

Equal Exchange

Equal Exchange

Looking for delicious gifts that give back?

Equal Exchange offers a range of fairly traded and organic coffee, chocolate, cocoa, tea, and other gifts that support small-scale farmers around the world. Together we can create stronger local communities, a more just food system and a healthier planet.

Freedom from Hunger

1.2 billion people struggle to live on less than $1.25 a day. At Freedom from Hunger, we empower women in the world’s poorest countries to break the cycle of chronic hunger and poverty. Help women give their children what they never had: a life free from hunger.

From War to Peace

Jewelry and accessories made from recycled nuclear weapon systems. Turning weapons meant to destroy us into art meant to restore us, swords into plowshares, bombs into beauty, hate into love and war into peace

Heifer International

Since 1944, Heifer has helped millions of smallholder farmers, especially women, move from dependence on charity to economic independence, providing for their family and their communities. Your gift will provide resources and training so that women working with Heifer can send their children to school, pay medical bills and, most importantly, gain a way to lift themselves out of hunger and poverty.

Image Journal

Give the art-lovers and readers in your life a one-year subscription to the premier journal of art and faith. For 25 years, Image has published contemporary fiction, poetry, essays, and art that grapple with perennial religious questions, fulfilling Ezra Pound's charge that the artist must "make it new."

International Justice Mission

Give the gift of rescue this holiday season.
Choose meaningful gifts for your loved ones, and send life-changing rescue and restoration to children and families in need. Your gifts can free families from slavery, comfort girls rescued from sex trafficking, defend widows in need, and so much more. Shop now.

Koinonia Farm

Koinonia Farm is a Christian community that runs a mail-order business. Check out our books on theology, farming, and community. We strive to have business partners who are fair-trade and environmentally conscious. Our pecans are farmed using the best possible practices. Palestinian goods, Fair Trade chocolate & apparel.

Limited Edition Hatch Bible

Introducing a new series of limited edition Common English Bibles with inspirational covers designed by the iconic Hatch Show Print, a Nashville landmark since 1879. Each Hatch Show Print poster is a work of art, crafted by inking hand-carved wood blocks, metal plates, and letterpress type that are then pressed onto paper to form an image.

Love 41

Love 41 offers handcrafted leather bags and unique, fair-trade fashion accessories. While the company strives to sell products of impeccable design and quality, their primary passion is giving 100% of their profits to help provide education, food, shelter, training, and hope to the orphans and widows of Rwanda. Love 41, "Where Receiving Is Giving"

Maryknoll Sisters

The Maryknoll Sisters of St. Dominic, Inc.

"In this time of global awareness and accelerating change, we have been called to reflect on evolutionary consciousness and its impact on our understanding of our charism and our response in mission. Recent insights have enabled us to recognize that we are one Earth Community where the energy of God’s love flows freely, nurturing the wholeness of being."

Plant with Purpose

Plant With Purpose equips rural farming families to put food on the table, earn an income, send their children to school, and live with God-given hope and dignity. By purchasing a Gift of Hope you can transform lives in desperate places where poverty is caused by environmental damage.

Sojourners

Sojourners magazine is where Christians turn for a biblical perspective on faith, politics, and culture. Rooted in scripture, with a strong commitment to social justice and activism, each issue addresses current events as well as important topics such as spirituality, poverty, racism, climate change, immigration reform, and nonviolence.

Sojourners

Give the gift of inspiration to a Sojourner in your life! Make a gift to Sojourners in honor of your child, spouse, pastor, or any loved one. Sojourners' work strives to reflect Christ's light of peace and justice in our world! So make a gift today -- and we'll notify them of your generosity with a card and Sojourners bumper sticker!

The Kitchen Book

Surprise her this holiday with a cookbook for the modern woman. Complete with serving sizes, calorie counts and wine pairings, each recipe creates unique, stress-free meals for the girl on the go. Promotes independence while satiating appetites, with a clean design & easy-to-follow directions.

William Greenbaum Fine Prints

William Greenbaum Fine Prints

Fritz Eichenberg (1901-1990) was a close friend with Dorothy Day and a great supporter of The Catholic Worker. Through his art he expressed his outrage about injustice and war and his hopes for more decency and peace in the world. We are glad to be able to offer a wonderful selection of images related to Dorothy Day and The Catholic Worker, as well as to the life of Christ, war and peace, and the Old Testament. These impressions were printed one at a time directly from the woodblocks, and each is pencil signed by Fritz Eichenberg.

World Vision

Since 1996, the World Vision Gift Catalog has given people the opportunity to better the lives of children, adults and communities in the U.S. and around the world through hundreds of gifts in all different areas of need: clean water, food, education, sexual exploitation, job training and others. World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with communities worldwide by tackling causes of poverty and injustice.

Yeshu: A Novel for the Open-Hearted

WINNER, TWO ACP FICTION PRIZES. Yeshu: A Novel for the Open-Hearted retells the historical New Testament saga. A Jewish storytelling carpenter touches humankind forever; a wilderness prophet teaches Earthcare, connecting nature with the Spirit. Lyrical, interfaith, and intergenerational. Quaker author inspired by five-decade involvement in grassroots struggles throughout the Americas.