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Hand woven, lightweight shimmering “ombre” silk scarves from Thailand. Your purchase helps support Thai sustenance farmers and families following a 4000 year-old tradition.

From the Mekong River Valley of Cambodia, in a variety of styles and sizes. From the people-oriented business Baskets of Cambodia, which pays at least 2-3 times the average local rate for the crafts people produce.

From New World Women’s Cooperative , a native women artisan group in Tecalpulco. These skilled artisans are the original designers and producers, creating beautiful jewelry. This cottage industry creates a source of work that can keep their people at home — an alternative to migrating to urban centers or to the U.S.

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Jubilee: Global Gifts is a Fair Trade store selling hand-crafted items from developing nations.  Creative crafts from Africa, Asia, South and Central America include unique musical instruments, baskets, jewelry, clothing, ethnic nativities, bags and purses, ceramic and stone crafts and fabric art. More about the products we carry...

As of April 1st 2011, Jubilee became a program of Upper Valley MEND (Meeting Each Need with Dignity).  MEND is an independent, non-profit, faith-based organization that is an umbrella for a variety of programs targeted at addressing the physical needs of area residents, including food, housing and health care.  More about Upper Valley MEND.

For many years, MEND has been a recipient of proceeds from Jubilee, which are distributed to organizations that globally and locally alleviate poverty and work for justice. More about who we are and what we support...

Jubilee is a member of the Fair Trade Federation.  This means the artisans receive a fair day's wage, children are not working in sweat shops and the environment is not being harmed in creating the crafts. More about Fair Trade...

Jubilee Global Gifts front doorThis unique shop in the mountain village of Leavenworth, Washington requires one to climb 25 steps but customers say it is well forth the effort!  Sorry that we don't sell our items online; you'll have to come visit us in person.  Our hours and how to find us...