Top Trend for 2017: Social Good

As we talked with many of our partners and suppliers heading into Reveal 2017, a common theme came to light – the social giveback element that many firms are weaving into their business practices.  So in this piece, we wanted to highlight just a few that you can expect to see in our showroom during Reveal 2017.

Soma Filters

Soma has a passion for delivering clean water around the world. A donation is made to The Water Project for every filter sold. Each contribution works to help further local, community-owned water projects in developing nations.

Basecamp Line

A portion of all sales from the Basecamp line of goods, including the above lasered waterbottles, supports the Warrior Spirit Retreat. This organization is a retreat center in St Augustine, FL that is being built to help soldiers recover from the invisible wounds of war.

Luci Lantern

MPOWERD is on a mission to light up the world. This inflatable solar-powered lantern is designed to bring an easy, sustainable lightsource to developing nations.

Yoobi Products

Each time one of these fun, colorful Yoobi stationery products is sold, they’ll donate  a needed classroom item to a school in need here in the US. Yoobi is on a mission to spark learning and creativity all around the country.

Helping Hand Partners

Helping Hand Partners is dedicated to helping people find employment and become self-sufficient, even under the toughest circumstances. Many of their items are found on the streets in developing nations, or come from upcycled construction and/or fishing materials.

karmalit Candles

Smell Good. Do Good. A percentage of the sales from karmalit’s yummy-smelling candles is donated to help fund classrooms in need and light the way for future generations.

Interested in seeing these and other innovations in person? Please follow this link to book a tour of our showroom:

Know of other firms where social good is being included as part of business best practices? Please let us know in the comments below.

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