Red Tricycle is an anti-racist company against the systemic racism toward Black people and all people of color. We stand for justice, equality and humanity, and we support our Black families, co-workers, partners and community. One of the ways to do that directly is by supporting Black-owned businesses, many of which have already been affected by the coronavirus outbreak. We’ve rounded up some of our favorites below.
photo: Little House of Art
Little House of Art for Creative Fun
Little House offers much more than just painting sessions—though they're great—for your pint-sized Picassos. You'll also find craft stations, legos, Play-Doh, video games, and a bounce house at their versatile venues, which are perfect for everything from free play to birthday parties to baby showers. Be sure and check out their Little Box of Art offerings, where crafts are delivered to you for any occasion.
CR Clothing Co. is a made-to-order, quality-handmade garments clothing brand. Fashion designer Charla Ruschelle cuts and sews to realistic women's body measurements, and sells top-notch independent designer brands for women, girls and men, plus offers sewing classes for kids. Be sure to check out her line of stylish face masks for adults and children.
This delivery service is committed to pressing and delivering the freshest, healthiest juice right to your doorstep. Serving the entire City Of Atlanta and a large portion of the surrounding cities, they'll press your juice fresh and deliver it within 24-48 hours directly to your home. Be sure to check out their Kiddie (Juice) Cocktails that contain blends most appealing to a child!
This urban farm in College Park cultivates and provides Georgia-grown produce to the community through the use of high intensity, organic growing methods. Visit the Farm Store every Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Olive Branch Wellness Boutique is a green beauty marketplace with a focus on vegan, organic and all natural skincare, haircare and body care products. If it's not clean, they won't carry it. Best of all? They offer Atlanta-area delivery!
Fun Weird Science is the programming brand for Georgia Science & Robotics Academy, Inc. (501c3). Their goal is to train K-12th grade students to be proficient in each component of S.T.E.A.M. through innovative instruction that will produce creative-minded and critical thinking participants in the global marketplace.
Be sure and check out The Fun Weird Science Kit, which offers 5 experiments aligned to Next Generation Science Standards that provide hours of excitement, engagement, and discovery.
iwi Fresh makes products with raw powder and fresh juice-based vegetables, fruits, and herbs in glass containers to insure the sustainability of their products and the environment. This garden spa environment looks and feels like a botanical garden. In addition to their retail area, iwi Fresh Garden Day Spa also offer spa services—including mommy and me pedicures—with plans to grow even more this fall.
At Sublime, you'll find flavors and textures from around the world on a doughnut canvas, and after just one, you'll never settle for a drive-through variety again. Be sure and check out the A-Town Creme, shaped as an "A," filled with creme, and coated in chocolate.
Expect the highest-quality standard flavors, like the award-winning salted caramel, in addition to out-of-this-world innovative ones (strawberry rosewater, anyone?) at this Atlanta ice cream institution.