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BETHANY FRAZIER | RICHMOND, VA After struggling with acne, Bethany decided to ditch the chemical-heavy products + medications to create a face serum based from nutrient-rich oils which cleared her skin. After that, she researched more, tested + launched the all-natural wellness product line, Maven Made in 2014. Each product is mindfully handcrafted from ethically-sourced, vegan + natural ingredients in her home studio in Richmond, VA.     

BETHANY FRAZIER | RICHMOND, VA

After struggling with acne, Bethany decided to ditch the chemical-heavy products + medications to create a face serum based from nutrient-rich oils which cleared her skin. After that, she researched more, tested + launched the all-natural wellness product line, Maven Made in 2014. Each product is mindfully handcrafted from ethically-sourced, vegan + natural ingredients in her home studio in Richmond, VA. 

 

 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS | UGANDA Joyce (right) and Agnes (left) both rely on orders of fair trade baskets to support themselves and send their children to school in rural Uganda. Joyce has three children and through sales of her handwoven baskets she has been able to build a small home. Agnes is married with nine children, and without employment with Serrv.org’s partner NAWOU she is afraid there would be no other job possibilities for her because she is HIV positive.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS | UGANDA

Joyce (right) and Agnes (left) both rely on orders of fair trade baskets to support themselves and send their children to school in rural Uganda. Joyce has three children and through sales of her handwoven baskets she has been able to build a small home. Agnes is married with nine children, and without employment with Serrv.org’s partner NAWOU she is afraid there would be no other job possibilities for her because she is HIV positive.

TONI DESROSIERS | VICTORIA, BC, CANADA When we wrap fresh food in airtight plastic wrap it sweats, suffocates and rots and that contributes to an unimaginable amount of food waste. Toni Desrosiers decided it was time to reinvent food wrap by mimicking the peel made by nature and invented the world's first beeswax wrap in 2008. Abeego is a new “peel” that picks up where nature’s peels leave off. The reusable, beeswax food wrap preserves and protects your food and lets it breathe at the same time. The result is fresher food naturally.  

TONI DESROSIERS | VICTORIA, BC, CANADA

When we wrap fresh food in airtight plastic wrap it sweats, suffocates and rots and that contributes to an unimaginable amount of food waste. Toni Desrosiers decided it was time to reinvent food wrap by mimicking the peel made by nature and invented the world's first beeswax wrap in 2008. Abeego is a new “peel” that picks up where nature’s peels leave off. The reusable, beeswax food wrap preserves and protects your food and lets it breathe at the same time. The result is fresher food naturally.