Share the Suds Project

At Makes 3 one of our core value statements is that We Reap What We Sow.  We believe that by promoting goodness through our products and our company that we can promote goodness in the world at large.  We take steps every day to ensure that we provide you with the very best soaps for you and your family, that we provide a healthy and inspiring work place to our employees and that we share positive, useful organic lifestyle information. Our soaps are part of a movement that is changing the world for the better and we are honored to play our part in promoting health, awareness and well-being.  We are part of a community and are so excited to have you here with us. 

You are what inspired us to begin our Share the Suds Project.  For every 10 bars of soap that we sell, we will donate 1 bar to a locally-based non-profit, serving local families in need.  At our core we are in business to serve others but we do not do it alone.  Every purchase you make helps to change the world.  Our goal is to help families in all 50 states! 

    Please email us with your favorite non-profit at kristine.sperling@makes3.com and we will evaluate adding them to our list.

     

    Current Non-Profit Partners:

    The Sean O'Shea Foundation (http://www.seanosheafoundation.org): The Sean O'Shea Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization that is designed to empower youth with a Yoga curriculum focusing on providing memorable programs aimed at enriching young lives and providing invaluable instructors who will be a positive role model while developing long-term relationships with educators and community.

    Transition House (http://transitionhouse.com): Transition House is dedicated to the solution of family homelessness in the Santa Barbara community.  Capable and motivated families with children are offered life tools and respectful, non-sectarian residential services designed to alleviate poverty and restore.

    The Alvin Dunn Project (http://www.cpclacosta.org/alvindunn.asp): The Alvin Dunn School, located in San Marcos has a large number of students living near the poverty level. This progam is run by the Christ Presbyterian Church in Carlsbad, California and they collect 60 bags of food per week for families and students in need, the children are then given needed items to take home.

    Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara (http://www.dvsolutions.org/): DVA is dedicated to:

    • Providing safe and confidential shelter for battered women and their children throughout Santa Barbara County.
    • Providing emotional support and personaladvocacy to battered women and other women in crisis, enabling them to recognize strengths and resources within themselves. We encourage women to be empowered to be free to make choices.
    • Playing a leadership role in effecting social change by educating the community, by associations with other social change groups and by supporting the work of women's rights organizations.