We make domestic social impact accessible for both our consumers and partners by contributing to initiatives relevant to the communities of our and their consumers. Thus, 5% of our profits is donated to supporting at-risk youth both locally and nationally.
Want to help your neighborhood coffee shop help your community? BLK & Bold partners with local establishments to identify, pledge support, and partner with local nonprofits focused on educational youth programming.
Employers and institutions of higher education prefer applicants with tangible experience. BLK & Bold will assist this through partnerships with offices, co-working spaces and retailers to support youth workforce development initiatives.
Estimates show that any given night more than 1 million homeless youth are in the streets. To combat this, BLK & Bold is committed to contributing to organizations that support homeless youth with shelter, resources, and guidance.
BLK & Bold is happy to announce its full B Corp certification as of July 2020! As we prioritize purpose as much as profit, B Corp validates our efforts in supporting the communities of our consumers.
5% FOR OUR YOUTH PLEDGE PARTNERS
Urbanstead develops pathways to success for tomorrow's leaders through urban farming. Youth receive extensive training in urban agriculture techniques while developing transferable skills.
Comp-U-Dopt's programs serve to eliminate limited access to computers by placing them directly in the homes of applicants, as well as fostering and supporting education for the youth.
Youth Guidance creates and implements school-based programs that enable children to overcome obstacles, focus on their education and, ultimately, to succeed in school and in life.
By Degrees Foundation supports children via its forward-thinking children's savings account program, exposure and field trips to institutions of higher learning, and classroom instruction.
Kid Power inspires youth leadership by promoting academic advancement, physical and emotional wellness, and positive civic engagement in underserved communities throughout the District of Columbia.