Give Back with Socially Responsible Clothing from Collaborative World

Rebecca Daneault February 28, 2012
Give Back with Socially Responsible Clothing from Collaborative World

For Collaborative World, giving is the brand.  They are a for-profit socially responsible clothing company that exists to support non-profit organizations and to amplify the efforts of individuals and organizations that are already striving to make a loving impact in the world.  Through the sale of fashion-forward socially responsible clothing, Collaborative World participates in a 50/50 giving initiative.  50% of the overall profit is donated to help their partners continue the good they are doing in the world.

The Collaborative World website features a large selection of socially responsible clothing, from t-shirts and hoodies to cardigans and messenger bags in sizes and styles for men, women and unisex.  Each bold style is fabulously unique, some boasting the Collaborative World logo, others proclaiming the message of giving, still others showcasing exquisite art design.  Collaborative World’s socially responsible clothing can also be purchased at a select few retailers.  Each and every piece is designed to give the wearer the opportunity to share and spread the word about Collaborative World and the causes they support.

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Each season, Collaborative World partners with non-profit organizations both domestic and global. These organizations are chosen for their positive, powerful and sustainable impact on the communities in which they work.  Their current partners include The A21 Campaign, an organization that is committed to abolishing human trafficking, and Akshaya Trust, a cause devoted to the care of people who are helpless, forsaken, mentally ill, old and sick living and dying in the streets of Madurai.  Collaborative World donates half of their profits from the sale of their socially responsible clothing to help these causes further their efforts and encourages consumers to join them.

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