Entrepreneurs get personal satisfaction, financial gain, stability, and fun out of their business, this mainly results to what they put into their business. Entrepreneurs and their organizations need to cultivate and adopt an alternate strategy in order to embrace their startup growth.
Organizations need to frequently embrace a one-for-one strategy, where a client buys a product and the organization gives one to coordinate.
Here are a few organizations with rousing give-back projects for others to take up the inspiration.
Jaqueline and Scot Tatelman
What began as a partnership between these Brookly-based entrepreneurs Jaqueline and Scot Tatelman was the main highlight of the story of STATE, where fashion meets philanthropy. Their inspiration for forming their business was taken after watching numerous kids carry their belongings in trash bags. Their mission was to provided essential supplies in trendy looking backpacks than being caught dead in the water. By providing new backpacks packed with essential tools for success, underprivileged kids can finally feel happy with all the great work they’re doing then where they were before. They have donated thousands of backpacks as their give-back project across 30 cities in the U.S. They’ll be planning to donate over 30,000 backpacks over the summer.
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Heather Hasson has spent her career in fashion oriented companies from the get go. Thus, she has poured all her passion into FIGS, an online fashion medical apparel for the modern world. Making a difference in what you wear is what Figs is all about.
FIGS are particularly a lifestyle fashion company for healthcare experts that gives back. Their clothing that comprises of scrubs, medical coats, and under scrubs are designed to fit today’s modern world of medical apparel with comfort, elegance, and style.
Heather’s give-back project is called threads for threads. For every scrub sold, FIGS gives a set to a healthcare provider in need. FIGS has donated over 92,000 sets of scrubs in 28 countries all over the world.
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12|12 was founded by two mothers who felt the market was inadequate with regards to quality, super delicate, natural clothing pieces for today’s parents, hoping to give their children a perfect start. The clothing qualities are more gentle, easy to wear, and greener. For each buy, 12|12 will donate a product from their collection to the Baby2Baby, which is an organization that helps children fill various basic necessities.
Despite the company being new, 12|12 has given more than 150 articles of clothing to children.
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Dr. Gavin Armstrong
Lucky Iron Fish
Luck Iron Fish was established in 2012 by Dr. Gavin Armstrong. Lucky Iron Fish is a certified B organization with enormous goals: to handle and wipe out iron inadequacy in developing areas. It’s believed that cooking a cast iron fish is fortunate in Cambodian culture, where it was initially presented. Hence, it has been appeared to lessen examples of iron insufficiency and give a whole family up to 90 percent of their iron intake. Their give-back project is completely prepared into their plan of action – through our “Get One Give One” program.
For every fish bought online, the company rewards a person in need with a scrumptious cast iron fish. Toward the end of 2015, around 70,000 fish were sold and another 40,000 were donated, with an expected 84,000 families profiting from utilizing Lucky Iron Fish. The organization also help Cambodians settle on better well-being decisions that will enhance their productivity.
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