Thank you for attending the 2017 Social Enterprise Conference!

The 2017 Conference sponsors have been busy creating special offers and discounts for our attendees. Check out the links below to find out what they have to offer and enjoy some deals!

We can’t wait to see your purchases! Snap a photo of your order and post them online to  #ColumbiaSEConf for a re-gram.

DIGITAL GIFT BAG

Beautycounter

Our Mission: To get safer products into the hands of everyone. At Beautycounter, we’re committed to a health and safety standard that goes well beyond what’s required by U.S. law: We’ve banned the use of more than 1,500 questionable or harmful chemicals through our “Never List”—all while ensuring our products perform and that they’re as indulgent as any other luxe shampoo, lipstick, or oil in the market. Learn more about the impact the environment is having on your health.

Special Offer: Shop with Beautycounter consultant, Marianne Laleuf, and receive credit for a free Band of Beauty membership ($29), plus a complimentary gift for becoming a member, and you’ll earn 15% product credit on this purchase ($19.35+ credit) towards your next purchase!

  1. Use this link to shop Beautycounter, www.beautycounter.com/mariannethom;
  2. spend $100 or more on products, before tax + shipping;
  3. add the Band of Beauty membership to your cart;
  4. and email a copy of your receipt to Marianne, at marianne.l.thom@gmail.com, and she will reimburse you the cost of the membership.

 

Lo&Sons

Our Mission: To inspire and empower people to go places, while striving to leave a positive impact.

Eco-Friendly Materials:

  • All Natural Collection
    Organic cotton canvas is a canvas that is 100% naturally grown without the use of any synthetic agricultural chemicals such as fertilizers or pesticides. Its production also promotes and enhances biodiversity and biological cycles.
  • Recycled Poly Collection
    Leading environmental experts, labs and material innovators have developed a technical fabric that has given new life to plastic bottles that are currently finding their way into our landfills and waterways at an overflowing rate. By turning those bottles into yarn and technical fabric, the fashion industry is now able to optimize the lifespan of PET* plastic and contribute to cleaning up our earth.

    *Polyethylene Terephthalate, known commonly as PET or PETE is best known as the clear plastic used for water and soda bottle containers.

Special Offer: Use code CBSPERK17 for 30% off!
*Offer cannot be combined with another promotion or sale. 

Eat Offbeat

Eat Offbeat delivers authentic and home-style ethnic meals that are conceived, prepared and delivered by refugees resettled in NYC.

How it all started: When Manal arrived to New York in 2013, she was impressed with the quality and diversity of peanut butter, but disappointed with the Hummus. She started making her own based on a family recipe, which her friends started raving about. Her brother, Wissam, saw the opportunity there and said: “we should sell it!”. And so they went on a mission to find a hummus as good as their grandmother’s – that’s how they came to think of refugees being resettled in NY as an excellent community to find someone just like her.

The idea evolved since: although Manal and Wissam both love hummus and could eat it all day everyday, they knew there were endless other recipes around the world they’d like to discover and share. That’s where Chef Juan jumped on board, changing from his usual Michelin-star level kitchens to a more modest but much more exciting one, and helped them bring the idea to a boil.

Let Eat Offbeat cater your next event, whether it’s at home or an event, they have a authentic, off-the-beaten path meal made by refugees for you! Visit eatoffbeat.com/ to place an order today!

Newman’s Own

Our Mission:

It’s always a privilege to share the Newman’s Own story – our history, who we are, what we do, and the values that have guided us since our founding. The “we” in the story includes Newman’s Own, Inc., a food and beverage company founded in 1982, and its sole owner, the Newman’s Own Foundation, an IRS-recognized charitable corporation, which carries on Paul Newman’s commitment to use all the money it receives (royalties and profits) from the sale of Newman’s Own products for charitable purposes.

Our “100% of Profits to Charity” commitment is one of two founding values upon which Newman’s Own is built (the other being “Quality Will Always Trump the Bottom Line”). It’s a very important part of our story, it’s in our DNA, it’s why we exist, it motivates all of us, and it’s the true heart of Newman’s Own. We are proud of this commitment and want to be clear and unambiguous about what we mean when we say “100% of Profits to Charity.” It’s not something we just thought up to boost sales, it’s not a play on words, and one shouldn’t need an accounting degree to understand it. We have been doing it for close to 35 years, and as of May 2017, have donated over $495 million to thousands of deserving organizations around the world.

Shop our products: newmansown.com/food/
Find healthy recipes at: newmansown.com/recipes/