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Yoobi adds color to your life with trendy supplies and accessories that inspire individuality at home, school and the office. Yoobi is a give-back brand that believes all children should have an equal opportunity to learn and be creative, which is why Yoobi has operated on a “buy one, give one” model since launching in 2014. For every item purchased, Yoobi donates a school supply item to a U.S. child in need. Yoobi is currently available in the U.S. and Canada, and to date, has donated essential school supplies to more than 5.5 million students throughout those countries. Learn more about Yoobi’s give-back programs at yoobi.com/give.
All of Yoobi's partnerships encompass the brand's give-back mission. Some examples of their high-impact partnerships include:
1) Vans: Empowering high school students to embrace their creativity through art and bring attention to diminishing arts education budgets with Vans Custom Culture.
2) Verizon: Donating much-need school essentials to students struggling with the digital divide at home with the Verizon Innovative Learning Program.
3) Marvel: Encouraging kids and kids-at-heart to embrace their inner superhero to be a force of good with Marvel, Yoobi's first licensing partnership.
Millions of kids in the United States do not have fundamental school supplies to learn and be successful. This affects not only their school work — it affects their conﬁdence. So teachers often step in and spend their own money to make sure students can learn. Yoobi wants to help alleviate the burden on teachers and school districts, and level the playing field so all kids have an equal shot at learning.
Yoobi partners with The Kids In Need Foundation, working to ensure that every child is prepared to learn and succeed by providing free school supplies nationally to students most in need. With their incredible resources and amazing partnership, they distribute Yoobi Classroom Packs to elementary schools across the U.S. where 70% or more of students are eligible for free or reduced-price meals through the National School Lunch Program.
Ido LefflerCo-Founder, CEO, Chairman
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As schools have transitioned to distance-learning, Leffler and Yoobi’s nonprofit partner Kids in Need Foundation have asked themselves the question: who is providing school supplies so kids can learn effectively at home?
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