Through the Good Eggi program, we support grassroots non-profit organizations dedicated to making the lives of children better. The Good Eggi program is designed to allow customers to actively participate in donating 20% of Baby Eggi’s net proceeds to charity.
How it Works: Once you’re ready to purchase your Eggi products, add the items to your cart. Upon check out, you will be asked to select one of the partnering non profits that you would like to support through your purchase.
Artists for a New South Africa (ANSA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to combating the African AIDS pandemic and advancing democracy and equality in South Africa. ANSA also works to further civil rights and safeguard voting rights in the U.S.
In partnership with South African and American organizations, grassroots movements, leaders, artists and activists, ANSA works to make a difference through public education and mobilization, advocacy, grantmaking, media campaigns and the provision of material aid.
ANSA’s orphaned and vulnerable children’s program, It Takes a Village (ITV), is a groundbreaking collaboration providing comprehensive services to orphaned children in South Africa who have fallen through society’s safety net: those living in child-run households, where the eldest child is raising his or her siblings; orphans taken in by neighborhood families or elderly relatives with scant resources; and vulnerable children whose parents are dying. ITV was developed to ensure that the physical, emotional, social, intellectual, and cultural needs of these children are met in meaningful and long-lasting ways.
To learn more about Artists for a New South Africa and their It Takes a Village program, please visit their website at www.ansa.org.
Kids Courage Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to offering hope for critically ill children and their families through financial support. Kids Courage helps cover costs of necessities that are not covered by private medical insurance and/or government medical assistance programs. These costs include the purchase of medical equipment, any medications necessary for treatments, transportation to and from the hospital and housing costs when medical treatment is at a facility far from home. In addition, Kids Courage funds are also applied to other costs such as daycare for the ill/injured children’s siblings.
Children and teenagers served by Kids Courage Foundation suffer from chronic, serious, life threatening illnesses and injuries.
To learn more about the Kids Courage Foundation, please visit their website at www.kidscourage.org.