For us, social impact means contributing to the enhancement of the community through positive support and action
Since 2009, Beneficial Blends has been a Fair-Trade Certified company. But, it’s more than that. Advocating for and dedicating time to charitable and community outreach programs, contributes to the long-term success and growth of our local Tampa Bay, Fl area. From cereal drives for children, to helping feed the community through Feeding Tampa Bay, and our annual giving to the USF Byrd Alzheimer Institute, we are always there for our neighbors.
Start on the right foot with a company that cares about the community as much as it cares about your business.
Beneficial Blends Brain Health Research Fund
It’s not a party until we’re all having fun. Sometimes that can be hard, especially if you are alone, isolated, or dealing with larger mental health issues. Recognizing our feelings, and seeking help, can be a huge step in the right direction. But not everyone has easy access or ability to seek out help. That’s why, each year we donate a portion of sales, to the University of South Florida Byrd Alzheimer Institute Brain Health Research Fund. Support allows the USF Byrd Alzheimer Institute to assist in investigations that advance its understanding of Alzheimer’s disease, help identify new ways to treat the disease, and provide information and education to improve care for people with neurological disorders while expanding their knowledge of brain health and disease prevention. The fund will directly contribute to improving the quality of life for people affected by Alzheimer’s disease both globally, and in our own Tampa Bay community.
To make a personal contribution to our Brain Health Research Fund
Social impact through Fair Trade.
The way we treat the farmers and growers we do business with is just as important to us, as it is to the consumers who enjoy our products; that’s why we pay premiums on most of the goods we buy overseas. Premiums that go directly to Fair Trade projects like:
- Computer labs in schools
- New hospital buildings
- Roads and bridges in rural communities
- Crops for farmers to cross pollinate fields