Yuhme creates sustainable water bottles made from sugarcane. Each water bottle sold provides six months of clean water for communities in the Central African Republic.
After being inspired by Blake McCofski’s book Alexandra wanted to help others. At the time she was pregnant with her second daughter and took her maternity leave to reflect. Alexandrea has always had an interest in Africa and clean water as it is one of the first steps out of poverty.
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Z Shoes sources sustainable materials from communities in Peru creating economic stability. They also donate 2.5% of revenue to Not for Sale, a non-profit that focuses on community development by focusing on education and healthcare aspects.
As a college student Zak took some time off to live in Peru. During his time in Lima, Zak worked for a nonprofit helping at-risk children discover their purpose through surfing and relationships. Zak began to notice that a lot of kids had similar stories. Parents did not have the economic means to provide for their children. Zak wanted to do more than just help the kids, he wanted to address the systemic problem of unemployed parents and give them the tools to be able to provide for their family. Zak came back to school inspired to pursue community development.
Songs Against Slavery hosts benefit concerts to raise awareness of human trafficking and raise funds for their partnering non-profits.
Songs Against Slavery’s passionate co-founders, Grace and Lauren met in high school. As the two set out for separate colleges in Michigan, they did not expect to become co-founders of a non-profit. When the two friends returned home from their first year of college Grace expressed concerns about an article she had read pertaining to sex trafficking. Grace felt called to take action and address the ongoing issue with her passion for music.