How To Help / Support Businesses that Support ATA
Specializing in beaded, bead crochet, and bead woven jewelry using semi-precious gemstones, pearls, and artisan glass. Fresh original designs made for the love of the craft. Star Seed's work has been published in national bead magazines. A percentage of sales are donated to Aid to Artisans and other charities.
Travel in the best of company! Enjoy destinations around the world! Exciting international cultural tours for citizen diplomats and peacemakers. Featuring home and school visits, Embassy visits, cultural exchanges, as well as highlights and pre-trip study material.
Travel Concepts International will contribute $100 for every ATA-affiliated traveler. Don't miss the opportunity to experience craft tours with curator Lloyd Herman as your tour leader. Visit their website or call (800) 762-4216.
Lisa Lindblad, former ATA board member, offers the ultimate in personally designed travel and contributes to ATA in honor of each client. You can email her directly at Lisa@LisLindblad.com.
Swahili Imports, longtime ATA colleague and Trade Network member has founded "Partners in African Prosperity" to support the work of Aid to Artisans, The Harambee Centre and Global Partners for Development with a percentage of sales.
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BetterWorld Telecom is the only nationwide, full-service voice and data telecommunications carrier solely focused on serving businesses and organizations that support social justice and sustainability.
Aid to Artisans recently cut costs for long-distance phone service by switching to BetterWorld Telecom. If you do the same, BetterWorld Telecom will donate 5% of your monthly bill directly to Aid to Artisans. Contact Peter Shipley (email@example.com) or (877) 238-4347 or (703) 797-1750.