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Social responsibility has been implicit to Pom Pom at Home’s business model from the start. Our dual intent is to provide a luxurious sleep experience and to give back to our community with staff volunteer hours and financial contributions. That is why we have chosen to partner with the following organizations.
GOOD+ Foundation: partners with a national network of leading programs to break the cycle of family poverty through the power of donated goods and services. Founded in 2001 by Jessica Seinfeld shortly after the birth of her first child. 16 years later, they have donated almost 35 million items to a national network of over 155 antipoverty programs. Together with their partners, they have helped improve positive outcomes for families. Pom Pom at Home was glad to donate over $30k retail worth of baby bedding and pillowcases, many of which went to help the families from Hurricane Harvey.
Baby2Baby: Provides low-income children ages 0-12 years with diapers, clothing and all the basic necessities that every child deserves. By distributing to homeless and domestic violence shelters, foster care, and children's hospitals, Baby2Baby will serve more than 150,000 children in LA and thousands nationally. Pom Pom at Home donated over $75k retail of crib duvets, crib fitted sheets, baby pillows, and crib skirts to this lovely organization. If you would like to donate please visit their donation page HERE.
The WellHouse: Pom Pom at Home is truly honored to be a part of such an amazing organization like The WellHouse. The WellHouse is a rescue and recovery organization for women who are victims of sexual exploitation and trafficking. The WellHouse is a nonprofit organization offering immediate shelter and long term housing to women who have been sexually exploited through human trafficking. Along with our other partners were were able to donate all of the bedding and home goods for 2 of the homes constructed that will ultimately house girls rescued from human trafficking. The WellHouse is home to 20 girls ages 18-59. In the past 5 years, The WellHouse has rescued more than 200 women.
Midnight Mission: Offers a bridge to self-sufficiency for people experiencing homelessness through recovery services, counseling, education, training, workforce development and continued care services. To make available the necessities of life to people experiencing homelessness: food, shelter, clothing, personal hygiene needs and medical care. Pom Pom at home annually contributes monetarily but also with our time and effort. Twice a year the entire company visits the mission and spends the day helping out in the kitchen, preparing that day's meals, and finally spending the evening serving the local impoverished community.