Just Apparel continues to support artisans, their families, and secondary school scholarship students in Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala. You can now follow the Just Apparel women on twitter (www.twitter.com/justapparel) -- that's right, indigenous Guatemalan women who only speak a Mayan dialect are having the opportunity to share their thoughts via Just Apparel. Posts are originally in Spanish, and then a translation is reposted in English.
We have also recently launched a new eco-tote bag, not even available yet online. The fabric is from re-used coffee sacks from local coffee cooperatives, and it's sewn into a bag and embroidered by the Just Apparel artisans. Email email@example.com for customized or Just Apparel brand orders.
As we grow our support base, we are increasing sales and therefore our impact. We are constantly looking for volunteer promoters to get the word out and have now begun a search for a commission-based sales position. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to help promote or sell our fair trade products.