1 For 3: Swellas Clothing Company Teaming Up With Operation Warm
In the fall of 2013, the clothing company Swellas exploded into the market with a beautiful line up of high-end jackets at affordable prices. Beyond that, Swellas has decided to use up-cycled materials in their products while giving back to not just one, but three causes.With the purchase of each Swellas product: LifeSaver Systems receives a donation toward clean water, Farm Africa receives a donation towards sustainable food systems, and Operation Warm receives a donation covering a new winter coat for a child in need.
Philanthropic people like Ann Chen, founder of Swellas Clothing Company, are on the forefront of modern business. By choosing to make products out of up-cycled materials and giving back to the community with a portion of their proceeds, Swellas sets a new standard for not only coperate responsibility, but for personal responsibility as well.
Swellas entire model is based off of the idea that one person can make huge difference, and in return they receive not just a high-end jacket for themselves, but the warm-hearted satisfaction that comes with helping those in need. When Ann contacted us at Operation Warm and presented her idea, we felt honored to partner with her and Swellas. Now that her idea is a reality, together we can make a ripple of good that can change the world.
We are only as well as those most vulnerable on our planet.
Swellas is building a movement to empower these communities.
With every purchase, we make three pledges:
a jacket for a person in need,
a donation to fund clean water,
and a donation to build sustainable food systems.
One for three.
Check out the full debut collection for both men and women and learn more about how all of this is possible by visiting their website today.
To inquire about a cause marketing campaign with Operation Warm contact: Patrick@OperationWarm.Org
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