2017 Charitable Initiative
Since the beginning of our Charitable Initiative in 2013, Norwex has donated over $550,000 to Consultant-nominated nonprofit organizations through our worldwide giving programs. This year, we hope to create a bigger impact in our communities by donating at least $50,000 to organizations focused on creating brighter futures for our children.
Create a Safe Haven for your children while helping us reach our goal, with your purchase of a Kids EnviroCloth!
The Washed Ashore Project is a non-profit, community-based organization with a mission of educating and creating awareness about marine debris and plastic pollution through art. Washed Ashore is a project of The Artula Institute for Arts & Environmental Education, whose mission is to provide opportunities to express and teach environmental issues through the arts. Earn Eco Points to support our primary partner by participating at NorwexMovement.com
For millions of people in North America, improving quality of life starts by meeting basic needs like food, education, shelter and support services.Here are just a few of the local organizations awarded support recently based on the enthusiastic nominations of Consultants familiar with their work.
To recommend your favorite charity for support, contact your Norwex Consultant.
“Shiloh Field, at 14.5 acres, is the largest community garden in the USA... The quality of crop that Shiloh Field produces and donates is pure, homegrown, healthful organic food free from chemicals and fresh from the garden... Over 14 local charities, food banks, and non-profits receive crop donations from Shiloh Field. Amazing!”
— Nominating Consultant Ginny Estrada
“KidKnits was founded by a nine-year-old knitter, Ellie Zika... I am awestruck by the great work that the organization does... Through the fair trade import of handspun yarn from women living and working in poverty in developing countries, KidKnits offers a simple craft kit for a student that is integrated with a comprehensive service learning."
— Nominating Consultant Gretchen Heiar
“Seeing [a friend] give her hostess specials to Mt. Hope inspired me… Mt. Hope is a non-profit, faith-based program that assists women and their children who are committed to achieving self-sufficiency... Why shouldn’t they live in a safe haven?”
— Nominating Consultant Tina Sawatzky