Our Causes

There are now about one million Syrian refugees in Lebanon who have been displaced from their home, many of which are children living day-to-day to survive. These same children are more likely to encounter emotional, mental, physical, and sexual abuse, so we are doing our best to contribute to organizations who are directly helping them.

Women traditionally have less access to education in Africa. The biggest barrier is the lack of books, especially in rural areas, but we are addressing this issue by providing materials for education to these areas to empower women through literacy.

World Hunger is among one of the biggest global issues we face today. In February 2017, famine was declared across parts of South Sudan. Our team partnered with Share the Meal, an initiative of the United Nations World Food Programme. With your help, the Creations For A Cause Team has helped provide over 1000 meals to those affected by the famine in Sudan!

Each Month, our Team and Ambassadors participate in local givebacks throughout the United States. Our goal is to help those that are in need, educate and provide a sustainable solution that will allow us to make a measurable impact!

Giant pandas are adored by the world and considered a national treasure in China. Their habitat is at the geographic and economic heart of China, home to millions of people. And they are endangered. Only 1,864 pandas exist in the wild today. In order to thrive, giant pandas need room to mate and breed, but illegal logging and deforestation is putting their bamboo forest home at risk. With A Purchase of Any of our water bottles, proceeds will go back towards preserving wildlife and their habitats.

Elephants have been used by humans to perform a variety of tasks for around 5000 years, but while people have consistently profited, this relationship has not been greatly beneficial to the elephants. Revered throughout Thailand, elephants have greatly influenced Thai culture, myth, and religion, though the deep respect held for the species is unfortunately not often reflected in the treatment of individual elephants. Widespread abuse, poaching, deforestation, increased tourism, farming, and a vast reduction in habitat have all contributed to a rapid decline in elephant numbers, and Asian elephants are now officially an endangered species.

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10% of our proceeds will go to one of our great causes!