together we are making a positive impact
We believe that businesses with a real sense of purpose can change our world. Every time you shop with us, something amazing happens.
For us, giving is about genuinely making a meaningful difference in peoples lives.
To make this happen we partnered with B1G1 (Buy 1,Give 1). An initiative where your purchase from Three Mamas will positively impact a person or community in need.
Our big audacious dream is to make 100,000 good things happen.
Every time someone does business with us, something great happens in the world.
Every time you place an online order, we give 7 days access to life saving clean water to people in need.
Together we contribute by providing access to clean water for life, by sponsoring a simple well and water pump.
Around our world - 844 million people don't have access to clean water. We are working to change that.
Businesses working together to make a positive impact in our world really makes sense to us. Every time someone does business with us, something great happens in the world.
Every time you place a wholesale order, we provide vegetable seeds to a family in need.
This will supply a family with enough food for their home, and sometimes extra to sell at local markets for profit.
We have learnt that one of the biggest barriers to girls attending school in Cambodia is their immediate need for food. When a family is hungry, the search for food becomes their main priority and children spend their days either working or searching the forest for food.
Together we are making an impact by supplying seeds so a family can grow their own vegetable gardens.
We believe that individuals really can make a difference. All the small contributions add up over time to make a big difference.
The projects Three Mamas supports through B1G1 are "carefully screened, high-impact projects that are in line with the Sustainable Development Goals set by global leaders (United Nations Development Programme) to create a sustainable future for us all". - B1G1
Every time we give, the funds go directly to the project.
There are no religious organisations/affiliations involved.