Businesses Empowering Businesses
At Seed Effect, we believe that it takes a village to empower a village so we’ve provided many ways to get involved. One of the most unique opportunities is for your business to empower their business! And, it’s as simple as it sounds. If you own or work for a small business, consider donating a percentage of your profits to Seed Effect to help other small business owners and entrepreneurs in South Sudan grow their business!
Your business partnership can be the catalyst that helps them grow their business, generate a profit, and provide for their family.
STEP 1 | IMAGINE Think about how you can link your business to their business. You could make a set donation per transaction, project or client engagement for your business, or donate a percentage of your overall profits!
STEP 2 | PROMOTE Promote your Seed Effect partnership with your clients and customers. We can provide customized creative ideas and collateral for you to share about Seed Effect through your website, emails and print media. And we’ll promote your business as well by sharing about your partnership with other Seed Effect supporters through our website.
STEP 3 | CONNECT You get the opportunity to create a deeper connection with your clients and customers and encourage them to think of ways to love and serve others as they engage with your business and empower entrepreneurs in South Sudan.
We’re incredibly grateful for our B2B partners! Read on below to meet them and learn why they’ve chosen to use their business to empower others.
Stems of Dallas
Katy Rogers and Marcy Cook of Stems of Dallas believe that loving deeply and providing for those in need is central to their day-to-day lives. As a wedding gift in honor of each brides served, they partner with Seed Effect by giving an investment toward a microloan for a struggling entrepreneur. Click here to learn more.
One Life One Chance
Adam Viera and George Cress of One Life One Chance believe that we were created to serve God and others and so they developed the transparency tag that intertwines shopping with changing lives. With it, they tell you their cost and markup and they take 50% of the profits from your purchase of their t-shirt invest in the South Sudanese through small business loans with Seed Effect. Click here to learn more.
Marc and Mark | Fairway Mortgage
Marc McClendon and Mark Herrell of Fairway Mortgage believe that every part of their lives should be devoted to advancing the gospel of Christ. As such, for every loan they close, they donate to Seed Effect to provide microloans for struggling entrepreneurs in South Sudan. Click here to learn more.