Virtual Half the Sky Fair


Missing the Half the Sky Fair? We are too! Just as with so many other things, COVID-19 has prevented us from bringing you the fair in its usual format. Not to worry. You can still learn about and shop some of your favorite non-profit and/or woman-owned businesses.


Previous Half the Sky Fair participants:

  • 9to5 (Advocacy organization for women’s economic justice)   303.628.0925
  • Girls Inc. of Metro Denver (inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold; coffee sales) –  303.893.4363
  • Global Mamas
  • Global Seed Savers (formerly Friends of ENCA Farm; international non-profit committed to building hunger-free and healthy communities) 
  • Intercambio uniting communities (Education and community for immigrants; Volunteer opportunities) 
  • Dream Stream Shop (Supporting artisans in developing countries; Fair Trade, hand-crafted gifts and crafts from 30 countries) – Amy Lavan, 1.804.503.9638
  • Women Veterans of Colorado (Supporting women veterans with education and resources in order to assist with needs such as access to education, transition to civilian life, avoiding homelessness, and others) 
  • Women’s Bean Project (Helping women towards self-sufficiency through social enterprise; sale of handcrafted gourmet food and jewelry) 
  • Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame (Celebrating Colorado’s extraordinary women)
  • Artisans Thrive (Partner with grassroots organizations and U.S. based artisans to empower women worldwide; Offering various hand-crafted artisan products – bags, jewelry, etc.) 
  • Sacred Valley Project (Girls education in Peru; Peruvian crafts)
  • Marshall Direct Fund (Works to educate girls and women to overcome inequality and poverty)
  • Briya (Hand-crafted bags and accessories that support education, vocational training, and employment for women and children) 
  • Curious Sunshine (A wellness business that offers services and products that highlight mindfulness, curiosity and play within communities of color) 
  • Bead for Life (From Beads to Business; a world-class entrepreneurial training program that builds women’s confidence and provides business skills)
  • Girls Opportunity Alliance (Help for adolescent girls and the grassroots leaders working to educate them) 


Alumna-owned/affiliated businesses: