At Beet World, we care about creating a business that is sustainable and responsible.
TAKING CARE OF EACH OTHER
We give back a percentage of our sales to organizations and charities that help empower women and children and help take care of our plant and the environment. We are proud to support three organizations whose mission resonates with us deeply.
We donate clothes to the Washington Foster Care System that helps support 11,000 foster children in our home state of Washington - donating our prototype samples, top of production, returns and excess inventory. New clothes and gifts help them achieve a sense of normality and helps them adjust to new lives within the foster system as well as help families that support and take care of the children.
We are also proud to support an organization – CHIRAG – that helps educate and empower children in the region near where our factory is located in India. Their work is inspirational and they are building an education system through the Chirag school, accessible to low income families, to develop happy, healthy, life-long learners.
And as has become a tradition, we donate a percentage of all proceeds through the Giving Tuesday week (after Thanksgiving) to the National Parks Foundation. As you are aware, the Foundation helps conserve and protect the vast natural heritage of the country. And while we may be slightly biased, if you are ever looking for a great hiking spot, we highly recommend Mount Rainier National Park! The views of the Mountain and its miles of wild flower meadows are stunning, awe inspiring and meditative at the same time. The base camp is called Paradise and it's not an exaggeration!
TAKING CARE OF THE PLANET
All the clothes at Beet World are made using only natural fabrics - cotton, linen, flax or wool – that are soft, comfortable and breathable for children and also ensures that no synthetic micro fibers are getting released from our washing systems into the oceans of the world.
We proudly source all our garments from a family owned factory in India that has been in the business for three generations and got its start making clothes using hand woven textiles from local weavers. The roots in the local community have remained through many decades of operation and expansion. We particularly love their use of solar power as a supplemental source of energy, a training program for women, fair wages and small batch manufacturing.
Thank you for your generosity and support that makes all this possible. Our hearts are filled with gratitude.