Fashion Brand Funds Healthcare for Those in Need

Fashion Brand Funds Healthcare for Those in Need

A fashion e-commerce start-up in Vermont has one guarantee: 100% of net profits go to healthcare for developing world patients.

Leo Lutero
  • 18 september 2014

The fashion industry is no stranger to charity-oriented business plans (read: Tom’s One-For-One and FEED Project) but Vermont-based Borue has a different approach. It sells a lifestyle of giving with slogan tees, beanies, eyewear, etc. and all the net profits from the sales go directly to healthcare.

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