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Seat Belt Tote

Seat Belt Tote

Global Girlfriend

$ 38.00

The size you have selected is currently backordered. Please allow approx 6 weeks for delivery.

Seat belts removed from junkyard cars in New Delhi are used to create these unique leather-look handbags. Each bag has a zip top, fabric lined with interior phone pocket, and metal feet on the bottom.

- Bag is 11" tall x 13.5" wide
- Fair Trade and woman made, from India
- By Global Girlfriend

Global Girlfriend was created by Stacey Edgar in 2003 to help women worldwide gain economic security while providing you unique products and a simple way to help women in need. The line offers trend-setting, women-made, fair-trade products including stylish apparel, accessories and gifts with one purpose -- helping women in need help themselves. Economic opportunity for women holds the promise for real change in the world, because when women have an income, they reinvest in themselves and in their children's health, education and nutrition, building stronger families and communities over time.

Many women try desperately to make a living selling their artisan-quality goods but find that they have little access to market opportunities. Through fair-trade practices, Global Girlfriend brings the work of these disadvantaged groups directly to you. Global Girlfriend believes in forming long-term partnerships that provide women a fair living wage with equal employment opportunities, healthy and safe working conditions, technical assistance and development strategies to foster prosperity and reduce poverty.

Global Girlfriend is committed to offering eco-friendly products. We share one earth and it must be healthy for us all to thrive. We support women in producing products that solve their community environmental issues, producing healthier children, rivers, skies and world.

Global Girlfriend donates a portion of each purchase to GROW (Girls' Right to Opportunity Worldwide), a GreaterGood signature program dedicated to girls' education. Every dollar raised will provide a girl with one day of education at the primary or secondary level by providing uniforms, books, tuition, room and board, safe travel to school, and any number of other typical barriers to a girl's education.