Learn about the Goods of Freyja Goods!

Learn about the Goods of Freyja Goods!

Thank you for being a part of Freyja Goods and looking to do good and feel good with your purchases! Our goods are sourced from around the world and curated just for you. We have included a few of the feel-good stories from the brands you are helping to support below.

Thank you for being a part of Freyja Goods! Read on for product and company details and links to partner pages!



RESPLOOT is a social-good business that uses recycled materials in its adorable dog toys and supports the work of World Wildlife Fund in India. We are currently offering the Penguin and the Elephant in our store.


  • the toys are made from discarded plastic bottles diverted from landfills or the ocean (the elephant diverts 8 bottles, the penguin diverts 7)
  • the toys are filled with recycled polyfill (there is a 75% reduction in CO2 emissions compared to production of primary material)
  • the toys are made in India and support the work of the World Wildlife Fund there
  • each toy represents an endangered species to bring attention to their plight 



Our skin and hair oils and balms are all handmade by Brooklyn Grooming. The founder, Mckenzie Santiago started Brooklyn Grooming in 2012 after experiementing for years in her small NYC kitchen. 


  • sustainable, organic, and locally-sourced ingredients
  • no animal testing
  • only non-plastic containers and packaging
  • a portion of their proceeds donated to environmental/social charities 



Malabar baby was founded by a mom to combine high quality natural Indian cotton fabrics with traditional artisanal craftsmanship. Anjali Harjani moved to Asia with her family after 10 years of working in finance in New York and London and now brings her expertise and sense of style to the company, which she calls her "second baby." Malabar Baby is named after her parent's home in India, Malabar Hill.


  • artisan-made (sleep sack and toy) and sustainable (all products)
  • GOTS certified organic threads in the blankets
  • informative blog to support mothers/parents
  • mama-run, small business



At ANCHOR & CREW every product is handcrafted by celebrated local craftsmen in East Midlands, Great Britain to ensure high quality standards are met. 


  • Artist-made
  • Operating a truly ethical and traceable supply chain with materials sourced from highly conscious sources
  • 100% recycled silver (equivalent to 86% fewer CO2 emissions than mined silver)
  • all bracelets are hallmarked to certify metal purity



The necklace is sourced through SLATE + SALT. The company was founded by Lyndsay Hugues, an avid traveller who through extensive travel to developing countries, fell in love with the people, the cultures, and the craftsmanship of traditional techniques. She recognized the opportunity to give a worldwide customer base to artisans in rural villages. Through frequent trips and partnerships with Fair Trade cooperatives, she fosters relationships to bring ever-changing handcrafted designs to the globally minded consumer. Slate and Salt is a member of the Social Enterprise Alliance.


  • Home-based ironwork artisans, living in an underprivileged community near Phnom Penh, Cambodia, make this jewelry out of bomb casings from war three decades ago.
  • By purchasing these bombshell products, you are helping to create Fair Trade jobs. 
  • Recycled brass bomb and bullet fragments



Our braided indoor/outdoor rug is proudly made in Rumford, Rhode Island by Colonial Mills.


  • made in the USA
  • family-owned and operated since 1977
  • pet-friendly, just ask the store's resident four-legged greeter, Pam!


Through our partnership with One Tree Planted, you can plant a tree through Freyja Goods! One Tree Planted makes it simple for anyone to help the environment by planting trees. Together we can restore forests, create habitat for biodiversity, and make a positive social impact around the world!


  • Vermont-based nonprofit
  • Since 2014, they have planted more than 92,000,000  trees in 80 countries!
  • They pool your donations together and then work with local communities to grow and then plant the right seedlings for the local environment.

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, the second best time is now - Chinese proverb


Freyja Goods ALL make a difference in the world because a portion of our revenue goes toward funding loans for women in under-resourced communities around the world. Freyja Goods proudly supports kiva an organization crowdfunding loans and unlocking capital for the underserved, improving the quality and cost of financial services, and addressing the underlying barriers to financial access around the world.

You can see the impact Freyja Goods is having through kiva on our giving page here to SEE LOANS (and you can join and give to kiva too by following this link to JOIN KIVA.)


  • 267 loans made in 43 countries (as of December 2023)


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