giving back

Monika here. When I began Favor, I was one year out from graduating from college with the intention of working in non-profits. I may have changed career paths, but is has always been important to me to give back. I want to run this business as ethically and responsibly as possible and so we are committed to hiring locally, manufacturing with the least toxic materials available, and sourcing our supplies from the US and Western Europe. Favor offers charity matching for our employees every year and we work to create a culture of giving. I am so happy that we can also help support these organizations. 

fistula foundation

We are currently donating 3% of every online sale to this charity in 2019 as we did in 2018. Fistulas have largely been eradicated in the developed world but still impact women in the poorest countries. The Fistula Foundation offers free surgeries to women who suffer from obstetric fistulas in developing countries. The average surgery costs a mere $586 and completely transforms women's lives.

Raphael house of Portland

We are currently donating 10% of every pink, red, and heart piece sold on the website to this charity in honor of Valentine’s Day. We’ve run sales for this organization in the 2018 Valentine’s Season and 2016 Black Friday. This charity runs a women's shelter in Portland, Oregon, giving beds and support to women and children fleeing domestic violence. They also offer advocacy and education programs with the intention of ending domestic violence for good.

Portland Homeless Family Solutions

PORTLAND HOMELESS FAMILY SOLUTIONS

We donated 15% of all sales to Portland Homeless Family Solutions for the 2018 Black Friday weekend. PHFS offers shelter and support to families experiencing homelessness in Portland, Oregon. They have just built a new shelter to house families and are currently working on expanding its capacity to help even more people

SCRAP

Scrap is a Portland-based arts charity that inspires creative reuse of materials. We donate tools and excess jewelry materials to them so that they can offer educational programs and affordable art materials to the community.