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4 Businesses That Are Making a Difference in 2020

2020 has been a year of uncertainty, anxiety and fear. With the global pandemic and social unrest taking place in this country, people look to stabilizing forces, and businesses have a unique opportunity to bring some comfort to this year of chaos. This year many businesses have struggles but at the same time many have also stepped up to make an impact amongst their community.

Here are 4 businesses that are making a difference in 2020:

Burger Cases 

Burger Cases is a company that sells phone cases and donates burgers to those in need. It is known as their 1:1 Promise. With many different styles of cases, they have a large audience and are able to build a bond with their customers by suiting a need, as well as making them aware of their money being put to good use. Hunger affects over 820 million people annually, and their helping lead the charge to stop this, one burger at a time. 

Bombas 

Bombas is a company that sells socks and accessories and donates socks to those who are less fortunate. Their 100% Happiness Guarantee policy is meant to have happy customers all the time. Whether they have an issue with their order, want to ask a question, or even just want to say hello, they are able to build a strong bond with their customers. To date, they have been able to donate about 39 million socks to those in need, truly an amazing feat. 

TOMS Shoes 

Toms is a company that sells shoes and donates footwear to those in need. Their recent Progress with Every Purchase campaign aims to help provide essential workers on the front lines with the supplies they need during the Covid-19 pandemic. With their messages of physical safety, mental health and equality of opportunity, Toms is making an effort to not only give back, but to give forward. 

Uber 

Uber, the popular ride-sharing company, has made it a point of emphasis during the Covid-19 pandemic to wear a mask to keep riders and drivers safe. Besides for the clear curtain barrier in between the front and back rows of each Uber car, they’ve made it a requirement for all of their drivers and their riders to wear a mask. Transportation may be nerve-racking during this time, and Uber is doing everything they can to lessen those fears and keep everyone safe while allowing riders to get to their destinations safely

Make sure you go and check out all these amazing companies and keep up to date with what they’re doing in the wild ride of 2020.

Lewis Schenk is an Australia based Entrepreneur, Writer & PR Consultant. His work has been recognized by The Business Blurb, International Business Times and Thrive Global. Lewis is passionate about sharing empowering stories from people around the world, particularly those in entrepreneurship & business. He has been privileged to work with over 300 business owners and entrepreneurs in 2020 alone, helping them grow their brand and online presence.

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