Life is Nutz, Inc has a very unique business model in place that has been designed to help those less fortunate as the company grows thru its sales of apparel and accessories. To date Life is Nutz™ has been willing to designate 10% of their GROSS annual Profit to specific charities that are smaller in size and limited in resources. After the tragedy that took place in the Company’s hometown of Boston, Life is Nutz has agreed to contribute 20% of the GROSS Profit to the One Fund. One Fund has been established for the victim’s and their families thru the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
“Life is Nutz today and sometimes not in a good way” says President and CEO William Beers in a statement regarding the tragedy that took place on Marathon Monday. “Sometimes when things like this hit close to home we all must look at ourselves and our role as helpers to those directly affected by such acts of malice. It is time we step up and become part of the solution and not part of the problem!” Beers also noted “The one thing that we all have is Hope and a true belief that we will survive and get thru this as a stronger Commonwealth because we NEVER GIVE UP!”
All online sales made in conjunction with the code 117 during checkout will be tagged as One Fund contributions and 20% of the GROSS PROFIT from the orders will go back to the One Fund to help those families and victims recover. The website for purchases is www.lifeisnutz.com
Life is Nutz
Finally an apparel brand that recognizes people for who they are and what they love to do! Life is Nutz™ for everybody today and we get that! We also get the fact that there are those less fortunate out in the world that need our help. Every purchase helps us continue to “Do the Next Right Thing” and support a local charity’s fundraising efforts. Please visit www.lifeisnutz.com for more information.
The One Fund
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Tom Menino have announced the formation of The One Fund Boston, Inc. to help the people most affected by the tragic events that occurred in Boston on April 15, 2013. www.onefundboston.org
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