The Power of your Holiday Purchase: Part II

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From December 1-31, a group of Whole Foods Market supplier donors are giving a portion of sales to support microlending programs in the U.S. and around the globe through Whole Planet Foundation. Their generous contributions will fund microloans for entrepreneurs, primarily women, giving them the opportunity to lift themselves and their families out of poverty. Here’s another list of supplier partners whose products will give back to Whole Planet Foundation in December!

Allegro Coffee Company

“For over 40 years, Allegro Coffee has believed that where your coffee comes from matters. The foundation of our responsible sourcing model is our network of long-term, direct partnerships with coffee and tea producers around the world. Our aim is to create a positive impact in the entire supply chain, from seed to cup. That’s why giving back is at the root of how we run our business and why we’ve committed to donate to Whole Planet Foundation every year since 2008,” says the team from Allegro.

Sourcing Director for Allegro Coffee Company, Christy Thorns, works to establish as many in-person relationships as possible at the sourcing level which helps create traceable and sustainable supply chains.

Starting November 1st – December 31st, Allegro will donate $1 from each sale of Allegro Celebration Caffe up to $60,000.00.

GoodPop

The “Good” in our name, GoodPop, isn’t just about the ingredients we use or the way our pops taste, it’s an integral part of our dedication to using our frozen treats as a vehicle to do social Good. We are grateful to partner with Whole Planet Foundation to give back and do good year-round,” says Daniel Goetz, CEO. “Celebrate the holiday season with a GoodPop “Poptail” and support microentrepreneurs with opportunity.”

From December 1-31, 5% of the sales of goodpops will fund microloans for entrepreneurs living in poverty.

Mad Hippie

“Mad Hippie proudly supports Whole Planet Foundation as a $10K Fund partner. This initiative provides microlending to female entrepreneurs globally, helping families to lift themselves up out of poverty worldwide,” say Sam and Dana, founders of Mad Hippie.

From December 1-31, 2019, $1 from the sale of all products will be donated to alleviate poverty through Whole Planet Foundation’s microlending programs in the U.S. and around the globe.

skinisskin

“skinisskin is rooted in two worlds, we are born in Austin, TX and made in Senegal, Africa. We believe in supporting entrepreneurs around the world who help create an independent, thriving community.”

From December 1-31, 2019, 1% of the sales of these products will be donated to alleviate poverty through Whole Planet Foundation.

MopTop

Woman-founded MopTop is a proud Microloan a Month Fund partner, committed to funding a microloan through Whole Planet Foundation every month to empower other women entrepreneurs living in poverty. “At MopTop we believe a Good Hair Day can change the world and it’s what’s on the inside that matters. Whole Planet Foundation helps empower women with microloans to get to a better place in life for themselves and their families,” says Kelly Foreman, founder.

From December 1-31, 2019, 25% of the sales of all MopTop products will be donated to alleviate poverty through Whole Planet Foundation’s microlending programs in the U.S. and around the globe.

Organic India

“ORGANIC INDIA proudly supports Whole Planet Foundation because of our shared understanding that we are all interconnected. We are aligned in our mission to go beyond what’s ‘sustainable’ and work toward regeneration. Whole Planet Foundation understands that to be successful, we must build ecosystems that contribute to a thriving global community to the benefit of everyone on the planet,” says Kat Wiranowski of Organic India.

From December 1-31, 2019, 10% of the sales of Tulsi teas will be donated to alleviate poverty through Whole Planet Foundation’s microlending programs in India. and around the globe.

SMASHMALLOW

“SMASHMALLOW products are an uplifting treat you can feel good about. We are proud to partner with Whole Planet Foundation to help spread this uplifting feeling to others this holiday season as we work together to help alleviate global poverty,” says Stephanie McGregor, VP of Marketing.

From December 1-31, 2019, $0.10 from the sale of all products will be donated to alleviate poverty through Whole Planet Foundation’s microlending programs in the U.S. and around the globe.

Tell it Well Greeting Cards by Amy K Wright Photography

“I was given the incredible gift of visiting India in 2012 & 2014. Each trip included a visit to groups of women, in rural villages, who are receiving microloans from Whole Planet Foundation’s India partner CASHPOR Micro Credit. These microloans are used to purchase various items to start their own businesses, such as goats, or weaving materials, and enable each woman to create an opportunity that would otherwise not be available to her,” says Amy K Wright, founder of Tell it Well Greeting Cards.

“On average, most of these women are living on less than $2 a day, and this level of poverty prohibits them from gaining access to a loan from a traditional bank. To put it very simply… a microloan = hope and this hope offers a practical way to become an equal business partner with her husband; to feed and clothe her children and gain access to education – many of the basics in my life that I take for granted. I am profoundly changed by my experience of meeting these vibrant and beautiful women in India, who are being empowered to change their own lives, and that is why I am committed to supporting the Whole Planet Foundation.”

Founder of Tell it Well Greeting Cards, Amy K Wright, pictured with entrepreneur Chanda on her trip to India.

From December 1-31, 2019, $0.10 from each sale of Tell It Well Greeting Cards will be donated to alleviate poverty through Whole Planet Foundation’s microlending programs in the U.S. and around the globe.

Tony’s Chocolonely

“Whole Planet Foundation’s mission to alleviate poverty through microcredit is directly related to Tony’s mission of ending slavery in the chocolate industry, which is a direct result of extreme poverty traps. By alleviating poverty and demanding fair cocoa prices, we can collectively change chocolate for the better,” says Dena White, US Marketing Manager for Tony’s Chocolonely.

From December 1-31, 2019, 1% of the sales of chocolate bars will be donated to alleviate poverty through Whole Planet Foundation’s microlending programs in the U.S. and around the globe.

Wellshire

“Wellshire is not just a natural way of eating, but also a natural way of life. We believe that giving back should be a part of our lifestyle, and therefore support the community and Whole Planet Foundation to the fullest extent possible,” says

Jessica Colameco, VP of Marketing.

Don’t forget about holiday breakfast! From December 1-31, 2019, $0.05 from the sale of Bourbon Dry Rubbed Bacon and Maple Sausage Links will be donated to alleviate poverty through Whole Planet Foundation’s microlending programs in the U.S. and around the globe.

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