Our mission: A sustainable world

Here at Carved Culture, we care extremely for the environment. With the growing use of plastic materials, dangers within global warming, extreme weather, landfill, and even meat consumption causing many problems. We have to make a change, the products that we sell are much better for our world, in terms of providing the makers a decent wage, using more sustainable materials.

Items that are biodegradable, most of our products are handmade and are not mass produced, we want to provide free education via our blogs, in the future, help out for charitable causes, and fix some huge issues that we are facing as a global community. We want to share beautiful things, things that are made from natural materials like tagua, raffia, bamboo, exotic woods and more.

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When our business began we were selling our own DVD’S to earn extra money but it quickly turned into a full-time job. Our market approach is unique because of our willingness to be fair to customers as well as now fully contributing to fair trade, more use of eco-friendly items instead of flooding the market with plastic.

We will support others on a low wage in poor countries’, promoting less plastic, healthier environment, competitive pricing for customers and to be one of the leading companies around the world for fair trade goods.

We will deliver products through platforms such as eBay, Amazon, our personal website, and will continue to work closely with our suppliers, in the past few months we have contributed to giving money to 'child rescue in Nepal.

Together we have raised over £3,000, with this support, the children are able to attend school, regularly and benefit from a midday meal, the kids' headteacher reports that the children are more alert, and engaged, the parents have noticed this change too.

The money is enough to pay for 2 years of a midday meal for the whole school. Before this donation, 20% of the kids were suffering from malnutrition, but the follow up after shows this is no longer the case!

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