Etsy is a great place to earn some money without big investment. But, besides that, there are more perks of an opening shop on Etsy, and one of the best is, in my opinion, the community and charity work that you can do while earning some money for yourself. In this article, I am going to present to you how you can help the humanity as a seller on Etsy.
To start your own shop, there are several things you need to pay attention to and the costs of them are not that low. You would need to rent the place, get the license and inspections, and, of course, the items you are going to sell. That can be clothes, jewelry, hiking equipment, baby equipment, painting kits, furniture, basically anything you can think of. But renting your own place and making yourself the mortgage and bill costs are not that highly recommended if you are going to sell home-made craft that can’t be sold for bigger amounts of money. This is why Facebook became the place of advertising for many people willing to sell their inventions, by making pages or new profiles. But Etsy offers them the opportunity to make their own online shop where they can be selling everything they make and the platform will help them gain some customers, to begin with. But, besides helping their sellers make some money, they Etsy makes great effort to help the community by giving their sellers the opportunity to share their profit with less fortunate. So, if you are thinking about starting your own line of clothes, decorations, jewelry, or any other retail, the best thing you can do is to help both yourself and the others by registration to the Etsy platform and share what you have got with the ones that are not that capable of working. Or you would be rather looking at 12-years-olds begging on the streets for some chains? If you are not, take the example of these 10 Etsy shops that donate a portion of proceeds to charity and make this world a better place.