Wipes with heart
JOIN OUR COMMUNITY
Cultivating a community of giving back is at the heart of our mission. After our Leg Up promotion win from Spanx in 2012 and reading Start Something That Matters by Blake Mycoskie, our founder, Neeley, decided to use well-kept as a vessel to support causes that make a meaningful impact.
With every purchase of wipes from our Give Back collection, 10% of the proceeds go directly to non-profits we have hand-picked and personally vetted.
Our early Give Back designs
The “Lady” pattern was in honor of the men, women & children trapped in slavery around the world today. A portion of the proceeds from this pack were donated to enditmovement.com, a coalition of the leading organizations in the world in the fight for FREEDOM by spreading awareness, prevention, rescue, and restoration.
As our founder, Neeley explains: “My heart has always been drawn towards helping women. Once I became a mother I felt a greater responsibility to protect them. This project was inspired by our daughter, who my husband affectionately nicknamed ‘Lady’ when she was in the womb. My hope is for well-kept to use its voice to shine a light on human trafficking. Together we can END IT.”
The “Drive” pattern honors Steve Dezember, John McNeeley and others battling ALS, often referred to as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
The art for this design was created by Steve who drives over a canvas with his wheelchair.
A portion of the proceeds are donated to ALS TDI towards research and other families living with ALS.
To learn more about Steve Dezember’s story and purchase additional artwork visit www.driveforacure.com
“Do for one what you wish you could do for everyone.”
The “Keep Going” design was a special collaboration created by well-kept for To Write Love on Her Arms.
To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery.
Our hope was to create a conversation starter, encourage community, and inspire better self-care. A portion of the proceeds were donated to the TWLOHA movement. Learn more at www.TWLOHA.com
This pattern was named after a village in Kenya.
A portion of the proceeds from the pattern were donated to the community of Karogoto for business start-up education and seed funding for entrepreneurs.
We have helped fund over 100 people for the program and our founder, Neeley, visits the community to follow up on business practices.
The “Frank” pattern is named after Captain Frank, an outstanding soldier and friend.
This design is dedicated to all the men and women serving our country with a portion of proceeds donated to Family Readiness Groups (FRG) to support military families pre, during and post deployment.
The “Frank” design is still available today.
Be a small part of a big change
Select a non-profit that inspires you. This might be a local food pantry down the street or an international program reaching millions.
You can give time, funds, or use your social network to spread awareness about a mission. Many non-profits allow you to use your birthday as a fundraiser.
Follow your cause on social media outlets, find ways to volunteer in person or online, sign up for email updates, or raise your voice to share how the non-profit has impacted you.