BeyondBeanie ~ Brand Ambassador

Becoming a BeyondBeanie Brand Ambassador

I’m super excited about this latest partnership I’ve made! I am now a proud Beyond Beanie Brand Ambassador! A couple weeks ago, someone contacted to see if I wanted to become a brand ambassador for BeyondBeanie. Honestly, I’d never heard of them or their mission before. I was intrigued though. After looking into it some more, I fell in love with their concept! All their products are handmade by Bolivian artists; each artist signs their work and receives a fair wage for what they’ve created!

BeyondBeanie Hand crafter by Bolivian artisansThis post may contain affiliate links. Through no extra cost to you, I may receive a small commission. You can read my full disclosure statement for more information.

As if that wasn’t enough, each purchase made goes to helping kids in Bolivia! Is that not the coolest thing ever?!?

BeyondBeanie sale of 1 beanie feeds 5 children BeyondBeanie purchase of 1 bracelet gives dental care to 1 child in need BeyondBeanie sale of 1 bag gives 1 set of school supplies to a child in need

After reading all this, I was totally onboard with being a brand ambassador for them! Not only are they providing jobs and fair wages for women, they are also helping children at the same time!

beyondBeanie Hector Alvarez and Paty Lucero

About beyondBeanie

“beyondBeanie was co-founded by Hector Alvarez and Paty Lucero in 2014. The company was the result of a backpacking trip that Hector did to Bolivia to visit Paty. Together, they discovered beauty in the rich and colorful textures of Bolivia. They also witnessed the harsh reality of severe poverty in Bolivia… Using an awareness of both the beauty and the not-so-pretty, Hector and Paty dedicated themselves to combine their expertise in business and design to create a fashion line to represent the colorful spirit of Bolivia” (https://beyondbeanie.com/pages/media-kit)

According to World Vision, Bolivia is

“One of the poorest and most underdeveloped Latin American countries, Bolivia faces declining economic growth while drug production and usage climb… Bolivia has one of Latin America’s highest rates of gender violence, affecting women at home and in the workplace. Many children are threatened by exploitation from human trafficking and cyberbullying.”

I am honored to have been asked to be a part of this. I would LOVE if you wanted to be a part of this amazing mission with me! You can shop directly through this BeyondBeanie link and use my code HULTGREN77 for 25% off!! Happy shopping and happy sharing!

love,

Caroline

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