Even When We’re Apart, We Thrive Together
Thrive Causemetics’ $1 Million Commitment and Ongoing Response to COVID-19
In these unfamiliar times, we hope that each of you are taking the necessary steps to keep you, your loved ones and your communities safe. It’s more important than ever that we stay connected as a supportive community. Here are the steps we’re taking at Thrive Causemetics to be proactive, do our part and give back to those in need and those on the front lines due to COVID-19:
We’ve taken proactive steps to flatten the curve.
We took swift action and established a remote work-from-home policy for all of our employees, equipping them with a full suite of tech equipment to make working from home comfortable and stable for them while we practice physical distancing. Our shipping warehouses have implemented all best practices recommended by the CDC and because of that, you will not experience any shipping delays with your purchases on thrivecausemetics.com.
Our Founder and CEO Karissa Bodnar donated $10K for COVID-19 testing.
Our Founder and CEO Karissa Bodnar personally donated $10K to The University of Washington Virology Lab, the first lab in Washington state capable of clinical COVID-19 tests. The University of Washington Virology Lab is working with the state to urgently bring their capabilities into the community, testing first responders, healthcare workers and the public to help save lives. The University of Washington is Bodnar’s Alma Mater in Seattle, and Washington (Bodnar’s home state) has, like so many parts of our Country, been especially affected by the Coronavirus.
We’ve committed to donating $1,000,000 in products and donations to COVID-19 aid.
Thanks to the support of YOU, our Thrive Tribe, we donated over $350,000 from one day’s profits on thrivecausemetics.com to 3 incredible organizations—Meals on Wheels, Baby2Baby and Feeding America—all of whom are providing meals and in-demand resources to some of the most vulnerable communities in need.
Continuing our momentum and building on our efforts, Thrive Causemetics is committed to growing our donations from $350k to a total of $1 million through giving both much-needed funds and products to women impacted by the coronavirus, including: healthcare workers on the front lines as well as a fund to aid women-owned small businesses and their employees affected by the pandemic. Thrive will make these donations through our Thrive Causemetics COVID-19 Response Fund.
Keep checking in to find out more details about our on-going efforts.
We don’t know what’s next, but tell us what you need and we’ll navigate these uncharted waters side by side. We believe that even when we are apart, we thrive together.
Karissa Bodnar + Team Thrive Causemetics