Gretchen March 9, 2012 3

There are few things we like more than discovering a gorgeous pair of shoes (or a purse, sweater, jacket, …) and then learning it’s vegan – though one close rival is the feeling we get when supporting Farm Sanctuary.  Now your latest fashion crush and your philanthropic drive come together when you visit Ethical Ocean.

Ethical Ocean ( is the ultimate destination for the eco-conscious and socially-minded to shop for products that are vegan, green, and fairly-made.  Think MATT & NAT, Cri de Coeur, Candle 79, and olsenHaus all in one place, and you’ve got a small taste of what Ethical Ocean has to offer.  With over 200 of the best in ethical brands to shop from, this is sure to be your next source of pinning inspiration.

When you join Ethical Ocean just tell them that animal-friendly shopping matters most to you – from then on they will only stock your personalized homepage and product recommendations with 100% vegan products… giving you more of those amazing moments when you find the perfect shoe and just know that it fits your values as well as your foot.

As if that wasn’t enough to get our attention, now when you join Ethical Ocean and share the site with your friends they’ll donate $20 to Farm Sanctuary on your behalf.  Bring 15 friends in the door and they’ll donate $20… just for spreading the word.

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  1. OceanasCanvas March 11, 2012 at 2:08 pm -

    I love EO!  I found them a couple months ago and thought they had superior quality information on sustainability.  I just joined!

  2. Brenna
    Brenna March 12, 2012 at 10:17 am -

    Thanks! We’re so excited that you joined the site! If you have any feedback or products you’d love to see on EO, let us know.

    Brenna (

  3. Raw Michelle April 18, 2012 at 4:02 pm -

    Thanks for the tip, Gretchen. If only shopping center chains would get on board with this kind of information and make their selection friendlier.

    It’s kind of a deterrent that they’re asking you to sign up for something that they’ve not identified. Who’s going to sign up for a site that won’t tell you what it’s about first? “just give us your contact information, you’ll find out what for later, maybe.”

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