If you’re reading this, you most likely use promotional products within your marketing strategy.

We just love that about you!

The fact that you recognize the value of branded merchandise in a business model is fantastic – WELL DONE!

But did you know that there can be so much more value added?

We work with many factories that strive to provide a positive social impact through their products. Their corporate actions are specifically designed to be influential on the well-being of a community.

And the quality of their products is just as good as their impact on society.

Here are some examples:

    • Leather goods handcrafted in the USA by a company that employs adults on the autism spectrum
    • Programs dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty in underserved communities by providing a dignified job, training, sustainable wages, and benefits
    • Products that support mental and physical healing of military veterans
      (one of our factories just donated $100k to this cause through the sale of specific products)
    • Curating products that are minimal, sustainable, functional, and enduring – each one featuring a tracking code that allows the user to follow the exact giving cause for that product. In 2019 alone, these products granted over $1M in funding for clean water, a healthy environment, and stronger communities in 26 countries


Merchandise matters.

It matters to these employees.

It matters to the parents of these employees.

It matters to these communities.

It matters to the economy.

It likely matters to most of the recipients of these branded goods.

It matters to your brand.

It matters.