Mother's Day 2018

Mom deserves a gift that loves as much as she does. That's where Fair Trade comes in. 

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Meet Latha and Gautam, Mother and Son in Tirrupur
In July 2017, some of the workers at Bestitch Knits in Tiruppur, India, the Fair Trade Certified™ factory where Latha Maheshwari works, learned that her 18-year-old son, Gautam, needed help paying for his third semester fee for higher education to be able to stay in school. When workers brought this up at their Fair Trade Committee meeting, the group decided they wanted to help.
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