Buying gifts for charity, but not simply out of charity
Kelim Shloovim doesn't charge less, but that's because it sells quality products, says founder Michal Topaz.
Purchasing a gift designed or manufactured by a non-profit often comes wrapped in a feeling of goodwill. Look, I've done something nice, we think, and contributed to the community in the process. But sometimes it also comes with a lurking sense that quality has been compromised.
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