We’re revisiting some of our all-time favorite products: one older, one newer, both sure to perk you up!

First stop: Haiti, where our mission all began.

It’s been a decade since we featured the original Haiti Signature Necklace in our first printed catalog, and now we’re bringing back one of our most beloved classics, with slight variation: Our 10th Anniversary Edition  Haiti Signature Necklace is everything you loved about the original, with minor updates such as slightly more space between the cereal box and clay beads, and the back neckline now features smaller, smooth seed beads for added comfort and wearability! The longer length makes it perfect to elongate your look when worn as is, or to accentuate your facial features when doubled, highlighting the focus upward.

Next Stop: Guatemala!

We’re also introducing a new darker blend of coffee from the Artisans that bring you our Natalia Blend! Introducing our new Mayan Blend Coffee. This new offering is a blend of medium- and dark-roasted 100% Guatemalan beans, blended to perfection to bring you a smooth, flavorful cup of coffee with notes of chocolate and caramel. This ethically sourced coffee is available for a limited time. Your sales will help determine a potential future return of this darker blend! 

You’ll also notice the new labeling on the Mayan Blend. Please note, we will soon be updating the look of our labels across all our coffee branding, including our Natalia Blend subscriptions, single purchase, and Buy to Try. Same great taste, new look. 

Below you’ll find the Product + Artisan details for this Tuesday’s designs, now available:


LIMITED EDITION – While Supplies Last!

This Haiti Signature Necklace is inspired by our original Haiti Signature Necklace, a Trades of Hope customer favorite from Haiti with a fun variety of colors, shapes, and sizes. These hand-rolled upcycled cereal box beads and multicolor clay beads accented with strands of gold-tone beads are helping mothers keep their babies out of orphanages. Artisans create this beautiful necklace, surrounded by the daily challenges of extreme poverty, political unrest, and local gang violence, because your purchase helps provide them with vital income they need to feed and provide for their children.

Wear your new Haiti Signature Necklace with its comfortable updated neckline as a long statement necklace or double it up for a shorter, layered look. Every necklace is unique to the Artisan who made it! Every purchase provides safe jobs with fair wages for women in areas of extreme poverty in Haiti.

Every necklace has variations as a part of the Artisan-made charm!

Product Details

  • Approx. Measurements: 50”
  • Materials: Upcycled cereal box beads, Clay
  • Color: Multicolor, Gold
  • Retail Price: $57.95
  • SKU JNPE1632

The Impact of Your Purchase 

Artisans in Haiti overcome the continual challenges and threats of extreme poverty, political unrest, and gang violence to travel to this workshop where they create ethically made jewelry, accessories, and home décor, because the opportunity to earn dignified income and provide for their children is so vital to their families.

Haiti is home to almost 500,000 orphans. The majority of these children are not orphans because their parents are no longer living, but because their parents were forced to make the heartbreaking decision to give them up, simply because they could not afford to feed them. This Artisan community is an “un-orphanage” who is fighting to end Haiti’s current orphan crisis by providing parents in areas of extreme poverty with safe jobs and fair wages, so they can keep their families together.

 Meet the Artisan: Erna’s Story of Hope

My husband didn’t have a job and I didn’t have any way to pay for school or a house for my children. I regretted having children and thought about killing myself. Then, someone told me there was a place where I could go to ask for a job. I came with my two children and the Artisan leader gave me a big hug and told me I could start work on Monday!

Now, I’m able to pay for school for my kids and feed them. I can pay my rent, and this Artisan community has helped me a lot with medical needs. My job also helps me care for my mom and dad. We all live together in a one room rented house. My dream is to own my own home where everyone has their own room.


Who’s the coffee lover on your gift list? Treat yourself or someone you love to this 8-ounce bag of fresh, whole bean or ground Mayan Blend Dark Roast Coffee.

Enjoy a smooth and flavorful blend of medium-roast and dark-roast beans with rich chocolate and caramel notes. This 100% premium Guatemalan coffee is grown, harvested, and roasted by our Artisan partners in Ciudad Vieja in the mountains of Guatemala’s Antigua coffee growing region. Enjoy whole bean or ground. Every purchase supports families in areas of extreme poverty in Guatemala with safe jobs and fair wages.

Every product has variations as a part of the Artisan-made charm!

Product Details:

  • Approx. Measurements: 8 oz. whole bean coffee
  • Materials: 100% premium Guatemalan coffee, Medium and dark roast blend
  • Retail Price: $13.95    
  • SKUS: COKG1636b (whole bean) or COKG1636g (ground)

The Impact of Your Purchase  

In the mountains of Guatemala, Artisans create unique blends of ethically grown, harvested, and roasted premium coffee. Your coffee purchase provides safe jobs, fair wages, lifesaving medical clinics and medications, therapy for disabled children, and more.

Meet the Artisan: Pablo and Sara’s Story of Hope

During our stay at the ICU with our daughter, Natalia, we witnessed very difficult stories with other families and babies. As a family in Guatemala, we were blessed to have medical insurance and private hospital attention. But other families during our visit didn’t have the same story.

Our hearts broke several nights as we saw babies and families entering the hospital due to an emergency and leaving the next morning as they could not afford the hospital. There was a dad who even tried to get a bank loan, but he wasn’t able to get it, so they left to a public hospital where conditions are not the same. In fact, you can get even sicker.

Because of that experience, Sara and I decided to create a fund through our coffee to help babies in Guatemala receive the care they need in ICU.

Share these graphics + images, video, and UPDATED blogs listed below with your customers as you promote our latest Together Tuesday release!



At the beginning of May, Shelley, the leader of the Artisan community that makes the Haiti Signature Necklace, was the guest for our monthly Artisan call. If you haven’t seen it yet, please watch the video at your earliest convenience or let it play in another tab as you listen while you work. It shows the urgent need to continue supporting our Artisan friends in Haiti. Thank you.