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  1. The Good Trade: Toast The New Year With These 12 Wine, Beer, And Liquor Brands That Give Back

    January 3, 2018

    Emily Torres – The Good Trade December 2017 For our 21-and-older friends, these 12 philanthropic wine, beer and liquor brands are giving back to organizations that help end hunger, support veterans, house homeless pets, protect the environment and more… Read the full article, here!Read more
  2. Star Tribune: 5 Minnesota businesses at cutting edge of making products people want, for a good cause.

    October 11, 2017

    By  Star Tribune OCTOBER 10, 2017 — 2:51PM Sometimes a cookie isn’t just a cookie. Many of Minnesota’s best companies make and sell products people love, from bath soap to ice pops, and then use their profits to give back to a cause, such as hunger or city parks. Known as social enterprises, these ventures show that the bank account doesn’t have to be the bottom line. Read the full article HERE.… Read more
  3. Pollen: 50 over 50

    August 15, 2017

          August 15, 2017 | Pollen Midwest Introducing 50 exceptional people who are shattering myths about aging and writing their own rules. Read the full article here.… Read more
  4. Beer Necessities: DO-GOOD BEERS: 10 BREWS THAT GIVE BACK

    August 10, 2017

    DO-GOOD BEERS: 10 BREWS THAT GIVE BACK LINNEA COVINGTON AUGUST 10, 2017 Drinking beer can make you feel good — but did you know that some beers can also make you feel good about yourself? No, there’s no brew out there that moonlights as a life coach (yet?) — but plenty of breweries are giving back to charity through the sale of specific beers. And supporting such causes are sure to make you feel good! The following 10 beers are known for being delicious and bettering the world at the same time. We can raise a glass… Read more
  5. Fast Company: Inside The Growing Business Trend Of Giving All Your Profits Away

    May 19, 2017

    BY BEN PAYNTER, FUTURE OF PHILANTHROPY 5/19/17 When the cocktail bar Coup–short for coup d’etat–opened in New York’s East Village in mid-April, promising to donate 100% of all profits to charities whose missions might be affected by the Trump Administration, it joined the rank of a growing number of companies with a fairly nontraditional business plan: Rather than simply make a profit, these places are experimenting with a radical form of conscious capitalism: Cover costs, pay fair wages, and then donate rest in a way that’ll… Read more
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