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What is “Good Biz”?

We want Good Business to be a curated experience with products you enjoy and businesses you can believe in. So every product must meet two “good” requirements before it can be considered.
#1. Is Good – It has to be something you would want to give or get.
#2. Does Good – Has to contribute in some way to something greater. Be it people, environment, causes, charities, etc.

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STATE Bags

Children
Poverty

For every STATE bag purchased, a backpack is hand-delivered to a child living in a low-income area. These bags are packed with essential tools for success. At in-school “Bag drops” the STATE team leads motivational rallies that leave participating kids with a renewed belief in themselves. STATE’s mission is to make beautiful, well-made products while using the power of business to give back and shift narratives around social injustices.

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Warby Parker Pupils Project | goodbiz.co

Warby Parker – Pupils Project

Children

Beyond providing glasses to someone in need for every pair sold Warby Parker has also created “The Pupils Project” – a program that helps provide free vision screenings, eye exams, and glasses to to kids in NYC and Baltimore. The idea is to help students who may be struggling in class simply because they need proper corrective eyewear but do not have it or know they need it.
Their recently launched Pupils Project Collection is a collaboration with 10 NYC celebrities who helped design their signature eyeglass frames and 100% of your purchase of any of these frames will go towards the Pupils Project.

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Leesa – “The Leesa Mattress”

Environment
Poverty

There are a lot of foam mattress makers out there but Leesa stands out among them by making an outstanding mattress that is manufactured in the USA and by donating mattresses and time to nonprofit organizations around the country. Since 2014 Leesa has donated more than 30,000 mattresses to over 1,000 nonprofits while also planting […]

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ADIFF – “Tent Jacket”

Poverty

This jacket turns into a tent. If that wasn’t enough here’s some more details. This tent jacket is created by ADIFF, maker of products that are versatile and functional in an effort to help displaced refugees & homeless people in the U.S. and abroad, so for every purchase of this tent jacket one is donated to a displaced person. And a jacket that turns into a tent is maybe the most useful/versatile garment a displaced or homeless person could possibly have.

BUY FROM ADIFF - $350

ADIFF – “[In]Visible Jacket”

Poverty

ADIFF only creates products that are versatile and functional in an effort to help displaced refugees & homeless people in the U.S. and abroad, so for every purchase of this [In]Visible jacket one is donated to a displaced person. Made from recycled materials (RPET) with highly reflective side in combination with a camouflage green on the reverse…

BUY FROM ADIFF - $225

Pela Case

Environment

Smart phone cases from Pela are made from 100% plant-based sustainable material that has the same protective quality as plastic but is fully compostable at the end of it’s life. Even their packaging is plastic free AND a portion of the profits from each sale are donated to environmental initiatives like Save the Waves, a non profit dedicated to protecting coastal ecosystems around the world.

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