Cielo Hammocks is a socially driven organization that alleviates poverty by manufacturing and distributing artisan hammocks. Southern Mexico is the most impoverished region of the country. They're committed to the social development of Mayan communities, especially women, who represent 90% of their network of weavers. Through their business, Cielo generates a sustainable source of income for 900 families while helping to preserve ancient Mayan customs. The company's nonprofit arm, Fundacion Cielo, works to end the cycle of generational poverty and gender inequality in the Yucatan by improving health, education, and leadership skills, one native Mayan community at a time.