The Common Good

Just Giving Guide

Just Giving Guide

Sojourners’ readers are conscious consumers. They buy fair trade, recycle, and research companies they do business with. When it comes to giving gifts to their loved ones they are no different. They would like their gifts to express their care for the recipient while being representative of their values.

  • Handmade gifts from diverse cultures
  • Fairly traded foods like coffee and chocolate.
  • Books, artwork, and music that expresses the life of faith.
  • Eco-friendly and sustainable products
  • Charitable giving with honorariums or memorials

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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."

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.

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.