Approaching Social Responsibility In A Sustainable Manner

Approaching Social Responsibility In A Sustainable Manner

April 28, 2017

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Where do your proceeds go?

Where do your proceeds go?

June 02, 2016 1 Comment

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Toms Had It Wrong | Why We Don't Buy One Give One

Toms Had It Wrong | Why We Don't Buy One Give One

April 05, 2016

 

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Kabermaido, Uganda: Women Empowered to Conduct a Soap Making Trial Run

Kabermaido, Uganda: Women Empowered to Conduct a Soap Making Trial Run

February 17, 2016 6 Comments

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This series chronicles your impact on the children of the Hopechest Carepoint in Kaberamaido, Uganda.

Thank you for doing your part in buying a soap bar between January 2013 and January 2014. A portion of the proceeds from your purchase enabled us to provide vitamins, conduct preliminary soapmaking research, donate soap, and conduct a handwashing workshop during Clare’s trip in late January 2014. In this series, Clare talks about her experience teaching women

In this series, Clare talks about her experience teaching women how to make soap bars. This is the first time the women are taught how to make soap. The soap-making trial run helped us better evaluate whether women would be able to build a business making soap.

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Do Multivitamins Work? The Benefits of Vitamins in Kaberamaido, Uganda

Do Multivitamins Work? The Benefits of Vitamins in Kaberamaido, Uganda

July 08, 2015

 

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Visit to Kabermaido, Uganda: Clare Teaches Kids Good Hygiene Practices

Visit to Kabermaido, Uganda: Clare Teaches Kids Good Hygiene Practices

February 20, 2015

 

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From Handwashing to Dishwashing | How the Kids are Doing in Kaberamaido, Uganda

From Handwashing to Dishwashing | How the Kids are Doing in Kaberamaido, Uganda

January 28, 2015


It's a bit hard to believe that our non-profit vision is taking shape because it felt like yesterday when b.a.r.e. soaps was simply a vision.  However, we're excited to share with you what the team was able to do last month, the truth and the difficulties on our non-profit work, and our long-term vision.  Yes, that's a lot for one blog post!  So we'll be breaking it up into a two part series.

For this week, we wanted to focus on what your purchases helped support during last month's trip.  Because of you, we were able to donate 12 bottles of multivitamins, 19 pairs of reading glasses, and 52 bars of scented soap. We used the leftover non-profit funds from 2013 to purchase the multivitamins, and we still have a bulk left to deploy from 2014 proceeds.  We will keep you posted as we deploy these funds in upcoming potential projects:  educational/medical funds and seeds for argiculture.  

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