Posts tagged Changemakers
Struggles Lead to Strength

Meet Breegan Jane.  Interior designer, lifestyle blogger, mom of two, and author of the new children's book we can't stop reading to our kids, Carbie. Have a read on how her recent divorce played a role in inspiring the important message in her book, her support and work with women in Africa, and why, on top of all of the roles she plays in her daily life, she still makes giving back a priority in her life.

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Dads We Love Doing Good

Dad.  A son’s first hero, a daughter’s first love.  With Father's Day coming up on Sunday, there is no better time than the present to recognize some pretty awesome dads going above and beyond in doing good and giving back, and -- as a result -- leading by example.

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Moms We Love Doing Good

As mamas, we do it all.  We run households, we run businesses -- and most importantly, we do our best to raise good humans.  With Mother's Day coming up on Sunday, there is no better time than the present to recognize some very special mamas going above and beyond in doing good and giving back, and -- as a result -- leading by example.  Hear more from these mamas below!

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The Cause Bar Changemaker Series: An Interview with Celeste Hilling, Founder of Skin Authority

Our skin is our most vital organ, AND our first impression to the world.  Yet, so many of us still leave our skin care regimes up to guesswork in the drugstore aisle.  Celeste Hilling is out to change this. This Cause Bar Changemaker and Founder of Skin Authority has created a company with a tech-savvy, personalized approach to skin health -- along with a “do good” business model from the bottom up that her customers can feel proud to support. 

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The Cause Bar Changemaker Series: An Interview with Julie Colombino, Founder deux mains

Isn’t it a wonderful thing when something good emerges from tragedy?  So is the case for deux mains, a lifestyle brand that is helping Haitian artisans rebuild their lives following the tragic earthquake that hit the country in 2010.  As a response to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Julie Colombino founded a nonprofit organization REBUILD globally, and opened a small training center to teach Haitian women to make sandals from tires found in the streets.  Over the year, through the efforts of REBUILD globally, deux mains was able to spin off into its own official Haitian business and fashion brand. 

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