How Companies Have Utilized Socially Responsible Products

Political Fundraiser
Golf Outing Give Away

Who: A political fundraising group 

Need: The client was seeking products that showcase environmental responsibility and social justice for a high end golf event with the goal of fundraising. The event will be at the highly sought after Pebble beach location in Monterrey California. They wanted a bag to kit other items in. 

Solution: 285 small gray, lined bags with a part of events crest logo embroidered in blue. Made from fishing and construction netting from our partner in Cambodia. Proceeds provide income to artisans and their families and free daycare and preschool for their children.

John Hancock Retirement Services

Meeting Give Aways

Who: John Hancock Retirement Plan Services is steadfastly committed to helping their clients retire with dignity. John Hancock’s Participants 1st® approach arms individuals with solutions, advice, and tools appropriate for their unique retirement challenges and goals.

Need: Client needed 400 gender neutral bags to be used as give aways at meeting through out a 6 month period. They are being used for a series of events that John Hancock hosts.

Need: Client needed 400 gender neutral bags to be used as give aways at meeting through out a 6 month period. They are being used for a series of events that John Hancock hosts.
Solution: A fashionable, fun and practical messenger bag embroidered discreetly in black on front flap. Features one open pocket and two pockets inside, including one designed to hold a laptop. Proceeds provide income to artisans and their families and free daycare and preschool for their children.


HP
E-Store Item

Who: HP is a multinational information technology company that provides a wide variety of hardware components as well as software and related services to consumers, small, medium-sized business and large enterprises.

Need: A unique item with a social component and well as eco friendly. Item to be placed on companies eStore

Solution: A journal made from upcycled plywood and recycled paper that was laser etched with HP logo. All hand made in Sri Lanka by severely disabled adults.

HHP/helping hand partners is a 501(c)3 charity located in Chicago. Our mission is to create sustainable livelihoods and jobs for people with barriers to employment. Those barriers could be physical, developmental, or lack of opportunity. We partner with social enterprises here at home and fair trade practice organizations across the globe to bring their ethically sourced and responsibly made products to larger US markets. Additionally, we have our own social enterprise whose job-creation and leadership program, 1eleven®, allows us to hire adults from underserved communities in Chicago. HHP is a successful supplier to the incentive, retail, and promotional products channels. HHP is a supplier and producer of GOODS THAT DO GOOD.


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