Big Green Purse

Big Green Purse believes that the fastest, easiest, most direct route to a clean and healthy environment is to shift our spending to environmentally-safe, socially responsible products and services.
Big Green Purse is unique in its focus on women because women spend $.85 of every dollar in the marketplace. That's a lot of power packed in a purse...but only if it's used in a way that can't be ignored.

Big Green Purse: Shopping for the World You Want


Diane MacEachern
Founder & CEO

Mailing address:
Big Green Purse
P.O. Box 11282
Takoma Park, MD 20913, USA

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