Auth Hash:

You are seeing this authhash for testing only

Sign in to your account

Your Information

Have an account?

Request a Password Reset

Amount $0
Cart Total
Help Children in Crisis
Children are the most vulnerable when violence, famine, or disaster strikes. But you can be there for them with your additional pledge of $7 per month!

Download Tax Receipt

I authorize Food for the Hungry (FH) to update the amount of the recurring electronic fund transfers (debits) from my account at the bank or financial institution currently on record and to initiate deposits (credits) for any withdrawals made in error. This authorization to debit or credit my bank account shall be the same as if I had personally signed a check or authorization to FH. This authorization is to remain in full force and effect until FH has received written or verbal notification from me of termination and FH has had a reasonable opportunity to act on it. To cancel service, please call FH at 1-866-307-3259 (toll free).
By making this change, I authorize Food for the Hungry to begin charging this new Credit Card or Bank Account each month until I notify Food for the Hungry otherwise.

Find Account

Have an account?

All fields are required.

Add New EFT

Account Holder Name:
Account Number:
Routing Number:
Account Type:

5 Places to Shop and Save (the World)

If you’re anything like me at all, you love shopping. But even if you’re not, you still have to wear clothes so I’m sure you shop from time to time. Have you ever paused to think about where the clothes you buy and wear come from? Who made them? Was it a child? Was it made in fair circumstances?

Many large-scale retailers produce what is often called “fast fashion.” It’s cheap, but it’s low-quality. It’s not sustainable and it often does not utilize fair labor practice either. Still I know telling you what not to do isn’t all that help.

So, because we here at Food for the Hungry (FH) know you care about fair labor practice as much as we do, we wanted to give you some awesome alternatives for your clothing shopping by telling you who is producing clothes in ways that are beneficial for vulnerable people and for the world that houses them.

(To learn more about FH efforts to eradicate child labor, click here.)

Here are 5 clothing companies that help the world:

  1. Everlane

    Everlane’s website says: “At Everlane, we want the right choice to be as easy as putting on a great T-shirt. That’s why we partner with the best, ethical factories around the world. Source only the finest materials. And share those stories with you—down to the true cost of every product we make. It’s a new way of doing things. We call it Radical Transparency.”

  2. Patagonia

    Patagonia’s mission is simple: “Build the best product, cause no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis.”

  3. Able

    Here’s a cause we know you can get behind: “ABLE is a lifestyle brand focused on ending generational poverty through providing economic opportunity for women.”

  4. Alternative Apparel

    Alternative Apparel’s website says: “Alternative ensures fair, safe & clean workplace conditions on a global scale. We’re also joining the Fashion Revolution, because clothes shouldn’t come at the expense of our planet or people.”

  5. Poshmark

    If all else fails, or you just have to have that designer bag, consider buying it used. Buying used clothing is the  most sustainable purchasing option, and usually the cheapest! Sites like Poshmark allow you to buy all your favorite for a fraction of the cost, while practicing totally sustainable shopping.

And if you’re in no need to shop for new clothes, but you still want to help change the lives of those living in poverty, click here to give today.