The Altruism Project™ is a foundation that we at Lofilove have created in order to support organizations who work tirelessly to make this world a better place. Our desire to ‘share the love’ exists out of a responsibility we feel to bring people together and to promote positive change. Through this initiative, we hope to encourage a sense of community responsibility so that no one is left in the dark. We give back to nonprofits that are centered around the needs of three key areas: education, hunger, and environment. It is a fundamental right that every person has access to food, knowledge, and a thriving space in which to live.
We now have nine groups that are part of The Altruism Project™. These groups have gone above and beyond to ensure that these pillars of life are upheld to the fullest degree. Through their innovations, forward thinking solutions, and in-person support, they contribute to positive and permanent change within the neighborhoods they serve.
We donate one dollar from each product sold to offer financial support for their continued efforts. Lofilove thanks you for your ongoing patronage, which allows us to fulfill our mission to encourage connections, community, and love.
The Honnold Foundation envisions a world where all people have equal access to opportunity and live in balance with the environment. They believe in solar as a proven, environmentally sound solution to global energy poverty, and award grants to community organizations whose projects are innovative, equity-focused, and have the potential to shift the narrative on what’s possible for energy access worldwide.
Misool Foundation (called Yayasan Misool Baseftin in Indonesian) has a proven track record of delivering measurable conservation results in some of the most remote and challenging locations in the world. In their home base of Raja Ampat, their joint mission is to safeguard the the most biodiverse reefs on Earth through the empowerment of local communities, providing a structure by which they are able to reclaim their traditional tenureship of reefs.
One Acre Fund is a non-profit social enterprise that supplies financing and training to help smallholders grow their way out of hunger and build lasting pathways to prosperity. More than 50 million smallholder farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa are locked in annual cycles of hunger because they’re unable to grow enough food to feed their families. One Acre Fund is delivering proven tools to smallholders in remote areas of Sub-Saharan Africa where yields and access to financing have lagged behind.
When disaster strikes, WCK’s Chef Relief Team steps out of the kitchen and on to the front lines to provide meals to those in need. They have responded to emergencies in Haiti, Peru, Puerto Rico, Indonesia, Guatemala, Mexico, Mozambique, Colombia, Venezuela and more. By partnering with organizations on the ground and activating a network of food trucks and emergency kitchens, WCK provides freshly made, nutritious meals to survivors of disasters quickly and effectively.
Edesia is a unique non-profit organization that manufactures specialized ready-to-use foods that saves lives. Each year, millions of “miracle packets” are delivered into the hands of malnourished children all over the world by humanitarian aid workers working in some of the hardest-to-reach areas on the planet.
In our world of 7 billion, 1 billion suffer from hunger while another 2 billion suffer from obesity and other health related issues due to unhealthy eating. TABLE FOR TWO (TFT) is a global initiative to right this food imbalance through a unique meal-sharing program. First established in Japan in 2007, TFT partners with corporations, restaurants, schools and other food establishments to serve healthy TFT- branded meals. For each one of these healthy meals served, $0.25 is donated to provide one school meal for a child in need.
The mission of Girls Education International is to expand and support educational opportunities for underserved girls and women in remote and undeveloped regions of the world. Since its inception in November 2006, Girls Ed has been hard at work partnering with local organizations to bring education to girls and women in underserved areas. Currently we partner with nonprofit organizations in Pakistan and Tanzania.
Education Through Music (ETM) partners with under-resourced schools to provide music as a core subject for all children, and utilizes music education as a catalyst to improve academic achievement, motivation for school and self-confidence. Education Through Music believes that every child deserves access to high-quality music education, taught by qualified and well-trained music teachers. Music should support learning in other key areas, including math, science and language arts.
The Kindness Campaign is on a mission to normalize emotional health, because this is the generation that’s going to communicate, connect, and lead differently. Bullying, loneliness, and isolation exist. But instead of allowing these states to go unchecked, TKC provides positive and accessible tools that promote emotional health. Child-centered curriculum, products, and programs provide a foundation for SEL (social emotional learning) through rich storytelling and experiential learning.