Hand thrown, northeast stoneware clay, wood fired incense burners.
Is Incausa a non-profit organization?
Incausa is a for-profit company with social impact at its core. With our Indigenous pro-bono mission, Incausa transforms our customers into benefactors, which allows us to grow truly sustainable giving efforts rather than depending on fundraising for support.
This model has enabled us to give economic autonomy to indigenous artisans and created thousands of customer-philanthropists along the way.
How does Incausa give opportunities to indigenous people?
We work in partnership with indigenous artisans to create connections between their communities and the international market, and do so at no charge to the producers. One hundred percent of the wholesale price of these products are given directly back to producers, while we maintain profits from retail sales to ensure the sustainability of our model.
When I buy artisanship from an Incausa retailer, am I supporting the indigenous people?
Yes. Since our wholesale pricing is 100% relayed to the artisan, when you purchase a indigenous piece you’re directly supporting the marketplace existence and the creation of a sustainable chain of commerce.
Which Indigenous ethnicity do you work with?
The Xavante, Yanomami, Mehinako, Yawalapiti, Kraho, Cinta Larga and Kaiapo. Learn More* here.