Ali Cola believes that it doesn’t matter if you’re black or white or brown or yellow so they made a soda collection to prove it. Dubbed the first cola in different skin colors. It’s a cola for more tolerance. Here’s what the company had to say:
“Outside, they are different. Inside all the same. What should apply to people all over the world now applies to Cola. More precisely: for ALICOLA. The first cola in different skin colors. A cola for more tolerance. #Tolerance tastes good“
I don’t really do cola but Ali Cola may change my mind.
The EMPWR coat is a water-resistant jacket, which can transform into a sleeping bag, or be worn as an over-the-shoulder bag when not in use. The coat is constructed of durable, water resistant Cordura fabric from Carhartt, upcycled automotive insulation from General Motors, and other materials provided by generous donors.
It costs $100 to sponsor a coat, which covers the cost of labor, materials, and overhead expenses. Sponsor a coat to be given to someone in need by making a donation here. To receive a coat for someone in need in your community, contact them by filling out their “Request a coat” form.
The Purpose Hotel is the world’s first crowd-funded hotel for the socially conscious.
Every feature, amenity and detail connects the humanitarian world to the hospitality industry by utilizing products created by or beneficial to a nonprofit or cause.
By staying at The Purpose Hotel, guests make a difference by simultaneously supporting multiple causes locally, domestically and internationally.
Co-found a hotel designed to give you the power to change lives.
reKindness is a clothes swapping community where you give away the clothes you don’t wear to get clothes you will wear.
Swap instead of Shop here.
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We’ve all heard popular sayings like, “Treat others the way you would like to be treated” and “Don’t judge another until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes.” Tim and Jessie wanted to take these sentiments and literally apply them to their own lives. Based on 12-step programs designed to change behaviors, they created a 12-step experiment as a way to confront their own apathy and selfishness. For 12 months, Tim and Jessie attempted to open their hearts, eyes and minds to become kinder, more empathetic people.
Follow their story at 12kindsofkindness.com and make your own steps here.
Pay it forward: 75 ideas to build a better world.
You may not even realize it, but a small effort on your part can change someone’s day. This book is designed to give you some examples of what you can do to make a difference. Your challenge is to wake up each day with the purpose of spreading a little love. As you read through the tasks, feel free to alter each idea to fit your location, abilities, resources or culture. Once complete, use the space at the bottom of each page to reflect on the results. Over the course of your journey, we hope you discover the joys of human nature and how wonderful paying it forward can feel.