fair trade. eco-friendly. beautiful.
Nim’s Goods makes it easy for you to find beautiful fair trade and eco-friendly goods from all over the world.
We all want to buy things that don’t harm our world. We want to buy things that we know are made by people who are treated well and paid fairly for their work. And – we want to buy things that are beautiful and that we really love. But sometimes these things are hard to find.
Nim’s Goods makes it easy for you to find beautiful things that you love, that are good for the world.
All of Nim’s Goods are sourced from ethical suppliers, supporting Fair Trade principles. Fair Trade principles support:
- fair access to markets
- fair wages for work
- good environmental standards
What does that mean? It means that suppliers are paid fairly for their work and that their skill and the quality of their work is appreciated. It means that workers have healthy working conditions, with no child exploitation or forced labour. It means that the goods are made in a way that is sustainable and not harmful to our environment.
Nim’s Goods brings together ethical goods for you from Sri Lanka, Kenya, Uganda, Thailand, Cambodia and Swaziland – just to name a few. You can read about all of our wonderful suppliers here.
Nim’s Goods is a member of the Fair Trade Association of Australia and New Zealand.
Who is Nim?
Nim is short for Nimmity. I am the owner and founder of Nim’s Goods. The idea for Nim’s Goods was brewing for many years. I love to travel and explore. I never cease to be amazed at how wonderful our world is.
However, while exploring the wonder, like many of us who have travelled I came face to face with many people that were struggling with extreme poverty. I also saw how very fragile our world is and how much we need to take care of it. For a long time I have wanted to do more to make a positive impact on our world. And so, here we are.
My bio on Twitter says: “Nimmity loves to travel and have adventures. Home is Glebe, Sydney where she can sit in a cafe; hear three different languages; get good coffee and a cold beer.” That pretty much sums it up.
Nimmity Zappert on LinkedIn.