Individuals who have experienced incarceration are almost 10 times more likely to experience homelessness than the general population.* The Little Market sources from mission-driven organizations that empower individuals who have experienced incarceration. They have access to dignified work and a stable income while reentering society.

Reentering society after incarceration comes with various obstacles including limited access to resources and education, lack of housing arrangements, and issues with securing adequate healthcare. Successful reentry programs can help these individuals obtain stable employment and feel empowered to contribute to society.

Homeboy Industries

screen-printing + Baking

Homeboy Industries provides hope, training, and support to individuals who were formerly gang-involved and previously incarcerated, allowing them to redirect their lives and become contributing members of our community. The artisans in their social enterprise screen-print our made-to-order reusable totes. With our special-edition reusable totes, 50% of each purchase will be donated to Homeboy Industries.

musee Bath


Based out of Canton, Mississippi, Musee Bath is dedicated to alleviating poverty by creating sustainable job opportunities. The social enterprise supports second chances for individuals who have endured various hardships including incarceration. Musee Bath provides a supportive and encouraging work environment for those in reentry programs, along with access to general and higher education and finance training.