ThinkSocial - Growing social responsibility

ThinkSocial - Growing social responsibility

We are excited to announce the second year of ThinkSocial!!!

Since our company’s inception, we have been focused on being socially responsible. For us this means three things:

  • Create safe products
  • Have the least impact possible on the environment in the creation, packaging, usage and disposal of product possible.
  • Connect to non-profit organizations engaged in activities that help the world become a safer, healthier place

Over the last 7+ years, we have provided products for various fundraisers for diabetes, child abuse, autism, cancer organizations to providing direct aid to catastrophes such as the Texas fires and Haiti. In addition, we have been a proud donors to Texas4000, Healthy Child Healthy World, Environmental Working Group, and St. Jude, For the last 4 years, we have been proud The Livestrong Foundation and continue to provide donations toward their mission to support those fighting cancer today.

Our program evolved, and through a little bit of “thinking” ThinkSocial was created. We came up with ThinkSocial as a way to empower consumers to choose which non-profits they feel most connected to and want to monetarily support. We call it the democratization of social responsibility.

Last year, St. Jude, Livestrong, Healthy Child Healthy World, Breast Cancer Fund were selected. Today starts the voting process for the 2014-2015 period.

Another exciting aspect of this year's ThinkSocial, is that we intend to roll it out to any product company that doesn't have a socially responsible program in place. They will be welcome to use the program at no cost. The goal here is to get far more dollars flowing to non-profits that are actively helping.

To place your vote, please follow the link below. You may vote once per day.

Please share the link with friends to promote your favorite non-profits.

(Voting has ended. Thank you for your votes!)

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