Don’t forget to say thank you to these great partners. Here’s why they’re so great:
The UAE is actively involved in giving back to the community. Check out a recent volunteer day HERE.
Since its founding in 1971, the UAE and US have shared a close friendship. From a common resolve to preserve security and peace around the world, to extensive trade ties and cultural partnerships, this bilateral relationship is built on shared values and an outlook for a better future.
Derived from the Latin word for bumblebee. Bees live in a hive and work together to make their world a better place. They’re small, but their combined actions have a big impact on the world. We like that. That’s why our mantra is bee better. We knit it on the inside of every pair of Bombas as a reminder that you helped someone in need with your purchase. And a reminder that little improvements can add up to make a big difference.
“We’re working to run a different kind of company: The kind of place we’d want to work, that makes the kind of food we’d like to eat, and that strives for a healthier, more sustainable world – the kind of world we’d like to pass on to our children. And those aren’t just words. They’re our mission statement.” – Kit Crawford
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Los Angeles, CA 90017.
Our purpose is to nourish people and the planet. We’re a purpose-driven company that aims to set the standards of excellence for food retailers. Quality is a state of mind at Whole Foods Market.
Our mission is to unlock human potential. To equip. Empower. Inspire. Ignite. We serve those who seek to redefine the standard, to push themselves to the limit – whatever and wherever that may be. Since our launch in 2013, our athletes have won over a dozen world titles and have been instrumental in the design and development of our patented and award-winning products. In 2016, we were proud to send 18 athletes to the Rio Olympics, and even prouder to take home Gold and Bronze.
Stella’s Socks was launched in 2017 after daughter/dad team, Stella Vaughan-Verk (13) and Jonathan Verk (42) spent Sundays volunteering in a local shelter making lunches for homeless and homeless youth in Santa Monica. It was clear to them that without socks, their fellow Angelinos would suffer injuries and foot-related pain that make it difficult- if not impossible- to reach the facilities and shelters that offer them food, support and community.