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Who We Are

Our values at Better Way Imports; We use practices which are based on Biblical principles. We are good stewards of our God given abilities and resources so we can give back to our team members in the global community. We expect a reasonable return on invested energy and capital which corresponds to the risks we take. We have intentionally chosen to work with producers in developing countries. We believe fair trade works, and we recognize the need for long-term sustainability. Our partners are treated fairly, with full respect to their individual cultures. We recognize individuals are vital to our success and seek to ensure each one we work with is dealt with honorably.

What We Do

Better Way Imports seeks to improve the livelihood of many individuals through marketing in North America unique gifts, accessory items, and durable goods produced by companies with similar vision in developing countries. Better Way Imports promotes the glory of God through operating a business which seeks to advance the companies that are working to end sex-trafficking. Bill?s journey began in 2000, when he took a trip to Bangladesh and saw not only the incredible poverty of the area, but also a different way of alleviating that poverty. Joanna?s journey similarly began with an encounter with some of the world?s most extreme poverty in the fall of 2005. Both Joanna and Bill interacted with businesses that had a different idea of how to help the poor. Rather than just giving them a handout, these businesses train people to make a living for themselves. This provides both a sustainable income and the restoration of dignity for these people. Instead of becoming overwhelmed by the enormity of this problem and the extremity of this poverty, Bill and Joanna chose to do something about it. They realized a better way to help these people. A better way to provide a better life. You too can join their efforts. Visit our other web pages to learn how you too can change people?s lives.


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