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Adidas is to make €1 trainers for millions of people around the world who cannot afford to buy shoes
Reebok International is working to develop a "sustainable business model" as part of its German parent Adidas AG's plans to sell "one dollar shoes" in India. After conducting a pilot test for 5,000 pairs of shoes of an existing design of Reebok in three villages in Bangladesh last year, the firm...
Through working with Traidcraft, the UK’s leading fair trade organisation, Glisten Confectionery has recently begun supplying products for the Traidcraft confectionery range.
GoodWeave works to end child labour in the carpet industry and to offer educational opportunities to children in Nepal, India and Afghanistan. The handmade carpet industry exploits nearly 250,000 children. GoodWeave is helping to combat this problem and transform the rug industry by certifying...
Beulah London is a luxury fashion company, founded in 2011 by English aristocrat Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs and fashion designer Lavinia Brennan, that dedicates itself to social justice in its employment of Indian human trafficking victims to manufacture their clothing and accessories. The...
46664 has partnered with Coca-Cola South Africa to produce a campaign that gives voice and support to initiatives that fight against one of the greatest issues facing people living in Africa today -- HIV/AIDS.
Toyota works with National Center for Family Literacy to provide support for family literacy programs
In 1991, Toyota Motors of North America (TMA) began its longstanding partnership with the National Center for Family Literacy (NCFL). NCFL is an organization that has pioneered the concept of family literacy, to establish model programs throughout the country.
The Audubon Society, a US based environmental conservation group, received its largest grant ever in 2008, $20 million USD from Toyota, to fund conservation projects, train environmental leaders, and boost volunteerism. It's a partnership the carmaker will use to engage its workers and business...
Starbucks, Fairtrade organisations join in sustainable development efforts in Rwanda; new Rwanda Fairtrade Certified Coffee coming to UK Starbucks in 2010; business forum explores entrepreneurial spirit focusing on responsible capitalism.
Vitmark, a leading beverages producer in Ukraine, includes the poor at various points of its value chain: as suppliers of locally grown quality produce, as employees, and as low-income consumers through the offering of low-price juices.
TOMS Shoes is a for-profit business with a philanthropic component. TOMS Shoes was founded on a simple premise: With every pair purchased, TOMS will give a pair of new shoes to a child in need.