One Third of Profits Given
Brazil Charity Basket
When founding Revival one of the first things we came up with was the 33% rule, something that sets us apart from nearly every other clothing company in the world. Unlike the thousands of other brands with flashy names and logos, Revival reflects that individuals have powerful values, and allows your clothing to reflect that. For every shirt sold in addition to raising awareness, 33% of the profits from the shirt will go to its cause. Our challenge was finding the best way to get this money to the people who need it, the people of Brazil whose quality of life was, and will continue to be hurt by Brazil’s hosting of the World Cup. We settled on dividing it evenly between a basket of charities to aid low-income communities in Brazil with a focus on health, education, community building, human rights, and homeless child awareness & prevention. Together we can work towards helping those who need it most, for Revival this is our beginning.
BrazilFoundation is a non-profit established in 2000 with the goal of generating resources for social entrepreneurs who propose creative and innovative solutions to challenges faced by communities throughout Brazil.
In 13 years, BrazilFoundation has raised over $25 million dollars and supported more than 350 social projects in Brazil in the areas of Education, Health, Culture, Participatory Development and Human Rights.
BrazilFoundation provides project grantees with financial support while stimulating local advocacy and promoting access to goods and services, empowering communities to take responsibility for their own development.
Two Brothers Foundation
Two Brothers creates educated communities in low-income neighbourhoods to aid those who face extremely harsh conditions characterized by a chronic lack of urbanization, high levels of violence and scarce resources in housing, health and education.
Two Brothers focuses on teaching language, art and science, as well as bringing together people from diverse walks of life to share their unique skills and abilities, life experiences and wisdom.
As a result of their work, low-income neighbourhoods experience a greater sense of peace, love and unity that empowers them to have an increasingly positive impact on the world around them, whether at a local level or globally.
Street Child World Cup
Street Child World Cup, in association with Save the Children, is a global campaign for street children to receive the protection and opportunities that all children deserve. Through football, art and the only international street child conference; the aim is to provide a platform for street children to be heard, to challenge negative stereotypes and to promote the rights of street children globally.
In 2014 the beautiful game returned to its spiritual home: Brazil. In April, ahead of the FIFA World Cup the second-ever Street Child World Cup took place in Rio de Janeiro, uniting teams of street children from 19 countries, drawing from a network of outstanding projects all campaigning for the rights of street children.
ABC Trust is the largest charity in the UK dedicated to helping at risk children and young people in cities across Brazil. Today they have 16 projects in the major urban centers of Rio, Sao Paulo, Recife, Salvador and Fortaleza, which work to create a Brazil, in which every child has the right to, and the reality of a safe childhood, good education and opportunities to reach his or her potential.
ABC's mission is to protect and empower at risk children and young people through providing local community services and positive role models in their lives. ABC supports local organisations to take the lead in overcoming the problems of extreme poverty, abuse and lack of opportunity that affect so many children across Brazil.
Whilst developing young people's self-awareness, pride and respect, ABC’s partner projects also work to promote positive change in the wider community, overcoming many of the problems which force children onto the street.
Inmed Brazil is a non-profit established in 1993 with the mission to strengthen low-income communities through partnerships and programs that improve the quality of life of adults and children alike.
Inmed Brazil develops programs in the areas of health, education, sports and culture, which give support to the development of healthier children with better opportunities for the future.
The organization has benefited nearly two million children and eight million people in the communities served across Brazil since its conception.