In marking National Day of Giving and “Giving Tuesday”, Thinkbaby Thinksport and philanthropic arm “ThinkSocial” have named non-profit institutions as 2016 beneficiaries of the annual program. New partners include CureSearch for Children’s Cancer, Habitat for Humanity, and Pelotonia, with Healthy Child Healthy World selected to return as a second-year ThinkSocial organization. Public vote determined the final partner roster from a shortlist of top-rated consumer safety organizations, with a per-annum reselection process beginning each September.
“Year four of ThinkSocial has us geared up to partner with such top-tier establishments so aggressively dedicated to their respective causes,” Thinkbaby Thinksport founder Kevin Brodwick says. "From our inception it has been important for us to not only focus on making safe, non-toxic products, but to also give back to the world.”
ThinkSocial is an adaptable charitable platform extended at zero cost to all product companies that may not have a socially responsible program in place. Organizations enrolled in ThinkSocial opt to donate 5-10% of gross online sales to select institutions and grantees.
Thinkbaby Thinksport maintains a percentage give set of 10% with a minimum donation of $5,000. Consumers shopping Thinkbaby Thinksport’s web retail store are optioned during the checkout process to select a non-profit partner to support with a donation from their purchase. To date, Thinkbaby Thinksport has contributed over $308,000 to principal ThinkSocial causes.
Product companies with interest in implementing ThinkSocial are encouraged to visit gothinksport.com/thinksocial or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Thinkbaby Thinksport
Thinkbaby Thinksport's founder, Kevin Brodwick, brought his interest in health and preventative medicine and his background in biotechnology together to form a company whose sole purpose is to create alternative products for babies, children, adults, and athletes alike. With a team of physicians and scientists focused on the latest biological and chemical sciences, Thinkbaby Thinksport continues to lead in the usage of safe, non-toxic materials for consumer goods. For more information, visit gothinkbaby.com, gothinksport.com, twitter.com/thinkbaby_sport, facebook.com/thinkbaby.thinksport and instagram.com/thinkbabythinksport.
About Healthy Child Healthy World
Healthy Child Healthy World is a national non-profit inspiring a movement to protect children from harmful chemicals. With a growing body of evidence linking everyday environmental contaminants to asthma, learning disabilities, obesity, cancer, and more, Healthy Child translates the science and empowers parents and caregivers to create healthy environments where children and families can flourish. More information can be found at healthychild.org.
About CureSearch for Children’s Cancer
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer, a national nonprofit organization based in Bethesda, Maryland, works to end childhood cancer by driving targeted and innovative research with measureable results in an accelerated time frame. CureSearch is building a $10 million research pipeline to aggressively drive pediatric research grants and clinical trials that have a higher chance of becoming cures for children’s cancer without the toxic side effects that plague current treatment options. For more information, visit www.curesearch.org, follow on Twitter @curesearch or join the conversation on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/curesearch.
About Habitat for Humanity International
Habitat for Humanity International’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Since 1976, Habitat has helped more than 6.8 million people build strength, stability and independence through housing, including home construction, rehabilitation and repairs and by increasing access to improved shelter through products and programs. Habitat also advocates to improve access to decent and affordable shelter and offers a variety of housing support services that enable families with limited means to make needed improvements on their homes as their time and resources allow. As a nonprofit Christian housing organization, Habitat works in more than 70 countries and welcomes people of all races, religions and nationalities to partner in its mission. To learn more, donate or volunteer, visit habitat.org.
Founded in 2008, Pelotonia was established with the objective to fund life-saving cancer research. As a centerpiece of its year-round fundraising efforts, Pelotonia hosts a three-day experience that includes a weekend of cycling, entertainment and volunteerism. In its first seven years, Pelotonia raised over $100 million for cancer research. Thanks to its generous funding partners, Huntington Bank, L Brands Foundation, Peggy and Richard Santulli, American Electric Power Foundation, Nationwide, Cardinal Health Foundation, Harold C. Schott Foundation and The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, Pelotonia is able to direct 100 percent of every dollar raised by its participants to cancer research at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute.