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Eossi Beauty Gives Back

One of our Core values at Eossi Beauty is giving back to our community. When we launched in July of 2020 it was the middle of the pandemic, and unfortunately there were a lot of people that needed help. In these challenging times we decided we had to find a way to give back to our local community. 

As a brand we wanted to make a difference. It was important to us that we had a positive impact on our world, so we are thrilled that we are able to give back. We donate to Food Bank of the Rockies for every bottle we sell of our Facial Glow Oil.

We did a lot of research to ensure our giveback was going to something we could stand behind. After learning more about Food Bank of the Rockies we decided they would be the perfect partner.

Food bank of the rockies mobile food shelter unit with people handing out food

FBoR was started in the seventies. Kathy Groth was giving back to the people in her community through a church pantry. She would beg grocery stores and farmers to give her food that would otherwise be wasted. She was relentless in her efforts to address hunger, and food waste, which is a still a huge issue today.

Flash forward to 2020. During the pandemic there was a lot of opportunities to give back. We chose food bank of the Rockies for a few reasons.

.96 cents out of every dollar donated goes directly to food donations.

They have 800 plus huger relief programs existing in Colorado and Wyoming.

FBoR has 70+ mobile pantry sites bringing food and necessities where needed. They have 18,000+ volunteers throughout the year to help sort and distribute food to their partners and programs.

They tap into our local food market here in Colorado and Wyoming. They work with local farmers to get fresh fruit and vegetables to the people they serve. FBoR also works with local grocery stores to combat food waste by taking food that may otherwise be thrown away.

Our owner Shannon has a special connection to the work they do with homeless shelters. Homelessness is something that hits home for her. Unfortunately, she had a very dear friend who died in a homeless shelter a few years ago. We hope that as time goes on we can only continue to increase our give back.

homeless man sitting by his suitcase. Holding a sign that says "hungry-anything helps"

In Colorado as in many states across the country there are a lot of people in transitional housing and an influx of people experiencing homelessness and food depravity. Now more than ever people need our help.

Check out Food Bank of the Rockies on all social media platforms @foodbankrockies

For volunteer opportunities click here.


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