April 21, 2020

Here at Argoz, we’d like to feel like our socks bring a lot of joy to all of you (even if you’re just wearing them around the house), but we want to do more! Last week, with the help from your purchase, we were able to make a donation to Red Cross to provide some financial relief. For the month of April, we want to step up and make a bigger, more direct impact to keep those in the front lines safe.

Shelter-in-place is not over and our chance to help doesn’t end either. Through the end of April, Argoz will be offering 30% off your entire order. Apply discount code STAYHOME in the shopping cart before checkout.

April 17, 2020

The Problem

Healthcare workers and other essential service providers may not be able to return home while they are interacting with the public. Doing so could put their families & loved ones at risk of infection.

The Solution:

RVshare’s Disaster Response Solutions Team assists the Private Sector, Federal, State, and Local Governments with temporary housing solutions for those first responders and mission-critical personnel in times of crisis. Through RVshare’s expansive Owner network, units can be delivered to almost anywhere in the U.S. within 24 – 72 hours.

Offered by:

RV Share, iGive partner store

April 17, 2020

The Problem

First responders are working in situations they’ve not had to prepare for before.

A Solution

M&M’S has partnered with Operation Gratitude to bring a moment of joy to those on the front lines across the country. Join us, send some joy, and support our $50,000 donation by purchasing these Thank You packs.

This idea by:

iGive.com partner store MyMMs.

March 23, 2020

The Problem

Most colleges closed early for the semester, leaving students without appropriate storage for several months. Traditional storage companies may be out of room and that can cause undue stress.

A Solution

If your company has unused warehouse space that doesn’t require enormous security, go ahead and share it.

This idea by:

U Haul (ok, we’re inspired by what they’re doing, they’re giving 30 days free).

March 23, 2020

The Problem

Most small organizations, non-profits included, don’t have the time, experience, or staff to create disaster response documents.

The Opportunity

Many business leaders already have disaster response documents. Some are prepared internally, some are prepared by industry organizations. For instance, the landscape association has shared generalized response documents. These documents are usually not proprietary in nature. Having a template can be extremely useful in creating new tools.

Suggested by:

Frank Mariani, Mariani Landscape