We partner with a lot of really great organizations. Many of which are stores that sell fantastic gifts. With the holidays rolling around, we figured it would be the perfect time to show some love for our partners and give you all a jump your holiday shopping.
Tim Green recently shared his relationship with ALS. His struggle has brought awareness and generated support to find a cure. Use your business as a tool to find the cure this holiday season.
Corporate social responsibility is increasingly important to customers and employees alike. People want to know that their efforts and their dollars are working toward making the world a better place.
International Human Rights month finds its home in December, due to the fact that the Declaration of Human Rights was adopted on December 10th, 1948. The Declaration serves as an agreement among nations. It lays out those values that the human family holds dearest. Here are a few organizations that are fighting the good fight.
When you think about the many aspects of planning a wedding, it’s both exciting and overwhelming. Today’s couples are invested in ensuring their big day is both thoughtful and highly personalized. So it’s no wonder when you consider everything that comes along with that responsibility, that The Knot helps customers take into account every aspect of their wedding into consideration.
The Bob Woodruff Foundation hosts Stand Up For Heroes, boasting performances from Bruce Springsteen, Jon Stewart, Seth Meyers, and more. Mobile donations will make it giving simple and stress-free.
Understanding millennials is crucial to development in 2018. Giving, spending, and working are all tied into purpose now, and companies need to take note.
Discovery Channel has partnered with the World Wildlife Foundation to both raise awareness and conserve the land that tigers so desperately need. They warn that "the roar of the tiger is fading from our planet," and they're trying to do something about it. Let's help them make a change.
National Mutt Day (a.k.a. National Mixed Breed Dog Day) – Learn more HERE - is celebrated on both July 31st and December 2nd. Colleen Paige lovingly created National Mutt Day back in 2005. A well known Celebrity Pet & Family Lifestyle Expert and Animal Welfare Advocate, Colleen wanted to help bring attention to the fact that approximately 80% of dogs in shelters are mixed breeds or “mutts”. The two days dedicated to National Mutt Day help bring to light the very real, and very sad struggle mutts go through on a daily basis, simply because they are not as highly prized as pure breeds. But the interesting thing is, mutts are actually healthier overall, generally better behaved and enjoy longer lifespans. Because often mutts are not deemed as “pretty”, millions of them end up in shelters where they wait in fear, desperately hoping that one day they will find a forever home and be well-loved.
Generosity Water has linked with Pledgeling to revamp QR codes. This will link the company's mission and values to their product.