The company's support of Americans extends right down to this country's first residents.
Fort Yates, ND (PRWEB) March 30, 2015
What do you get when a company devoted to selling only American goods donates to a non-profit that supports Native Americans who can use a helping hand? You get a company that walks its talk in every way and a mission that can continue its charitable community work.
America's Business to Consumers, Inc. donated over $500 worth of clothing goods to the Catholic Indian Mission. As a company committed to spotlighting American businesses that support American employees, it makes sense that the firm would recognize the importance of Americans in need. The company’s support of Americans extends right down to America's first residents.
USAB2C.com donates to several US charities. It recognizes that all Americans can benefit from manufacturing jobs in this country. Its Corporate Team also realize that they can create a double bottom line by supporting American manufacturers and our nation’s first residents.
About USAb2c.com :
America's Business to Consumers, Inc. is an e-Commerce marketplace for companies that manufacture goods in the US. "USAB2C.com offers a convenient way to buy high-quality products made in America and learn about the companies who make them.” With a commitment to keeping jobs and high-quality manufacturing in the US, this e-Commerce site makes it easy for consumers to identify the firms that share its commitment to American Industry. Businesses benefit because their branded merchandise are featured on a site that promotes their commitment to American industry.
About the Catholic Indian Mission:
The Catholic Indian Mission was created to support Native Americans who adopted Catholicism, a group that was marginalized among the Indian community. The organization has created schools throughout Indian territory, with support from the Federal Government. The mission in Fort Yates includes the Saint Bernard Mission School, which has achieved a graduation rate that is nearly 50% higher than schools on the reservation. As a beneficiary of the region’s Catholic diocese, the school appreciates donations from all sources.