Globally, women and children are profoundly impacted by poverty, including having limited access to education. As mother & daughter founders, we have long been committed to lifting up women and the children they love. We are mindful of the impact of the cocoa industry on them – especially the critical issue of child labor in the supply chain, a symptom of extreme poverty. That’s why we support an innovative women-led recycling program that turns plastic waste into bricks used to build schools for children in West Africa (home of the world’s cacao supply).
Keep scrolling to learn more about the situation in West Africa, how we are using our give-back program, Brick by Brick, to drive change and how YOU can get involved!
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In the next year, SkinnyDipped will donate enough to build at least 2 schools and recycle at least 10 tons of plastic waste – but we could do so much more with your support!
Each brick costs $4 to manufacture, so we’ve added an option for you to “buy” one as part of your online purchase. Even better, one brick = 7lbs of recycled plastic!
So, buy a brick (or 10!) and help us build even more schools!
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100% of brick purchases will go directly to help fund the building of schools in Ivory Coast.