Socially responsible products have an ethical ideology or obligation to benefit society at large. Socially responsible products help support worth social causes and charitable organizations through socially responsible business models that raise donations, funding and supplies to help solve today’s most important social problems.
There is always a trade-off between economic development, in the material sense, and the welfare of the society and environment. Socially responsible products, like one for one shoes or socially responsible clothing means sustaining the equilibrium between the two.
These socially responsible products are made from sustainable materials with socially responsible business practices that support charities and non-profit organizations.
Krochet Kids helps over 100 people in Northern Uganda everyday to work and to rewrite their stories for the better. The products created abroad have been well received here at home and the cooperation of the staff in America and artists in Northern Uganda has created a sustainable cycle of employment and empowerment.
The Futbol, named after Sting’s song “One World (Not Three),” required eleven months of prototyping and field testing in Africa, Haiti, Iraq, and elsewhere. Months more of relationship-building and legal work followed, establishing a mission-driven business called the One World Futbol Project. Just five months after its public launch, the One World Futbol had already been introduced in 59 countries around the world through nearly 100 organizations using sport to resolve conflicts, teach tolerance, and build community.
Warby Parker believes that everyone has the right to see. By partnering with renowned non-profits, such as RestoringVision.org, Warby Parker partners is able to deliver one pair of glasses to someone in need for every pair that it sells, one for one.
With every pair of TOMS shoes purchased, a pair of new shoes given to a child in need.
As a supporter of TOMS, you’re already making a difference – whether by buying a pair, by going barefoot for One Day Without Shoes, or through any of the other ways you can get involved. TOMS also announced its new one for one eyewear collection.