1141 Main St
Dubuque
IA 52001

Global Goods

Fair TradeVolunteer SiteLocal Business

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Global Goods is a Fair Trade Gift Shop located in the large stone house that used to be the parsonage on Main Street next to St. Luke’s United Methodist Church.

The store benefits 500,000 homes all around the world and is the only fair trade store in the tri-state area that is 100% completely dedicated to fair trade items. Currently there is a Recycled Paper Window! These items on display have been hand crafted by artisans in Vietnam and the Philippines using magazines.

The store is also a local mission that is working with individuals from Adult Rehab Centers who come in on Thursdays to work. Also the store utilizes University of Dubuque interns as store volunteers.

Hours: Mon - Fri: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm and Sat: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

563-588-3000
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I have visited Global Goods and it is wonderful!
Not only does Global Goods provide lots and lots of unique hand made articles, but they are providing artisans from developing countries, many of them women, an opportunity to earn a fair wage for their products. What is there not to love?
--Ann U., Burlington, IA

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I have visited Global Goods and it is wonderful!
Not only does Global Goods provide lots and lots of unique hand made articles, but they are providing artisans from developing countries, many of them women, an opportunity to earn a fair wage for their products. What is there not to love?
--Ann U., Burlington, IA

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