"Our hope is that our products will truly make a difference to those youth who will receive them in their comfort cases®.”
ROCKVILLE, Md. (PRWEB) November 01, 2022
In support of November’s National Adoption Awareness Month, Fresh Wolf, a leading men’s grooming products company announced today it will donate more than 1000 bottles of product to international non-profit Comfort Cases. For every item purchased at http://www.freshwolf.com, in the month of November, one item will be sent to Comfort Cases.
Since its launch, Fresh Wolf has been dedicated to supporting youth in foster care by standing committed to its “buy one, donate one” philosophy. For the first time, Comfort Cases has been chosen as the sole organization to receive products during National Adoption Awareness Month.
“Comfort Cases’ mission of promoting hope and dignity to youth in foster care is so in line with Fresh Wolf’s, it makes perfect sense to partner with them,” states Jack Barlow, Co-Owner of Fresh Wolf. “Our hope is that our products will truly make a difference to those youth who will receive them in their comfort cases®.”
Products to be donated include: 2-in-1 Shampoo/Body Wash.
“We love Fresh Wolf and are thrilled about this partnership,” states Rob Scheer, founder and CEO of Comfort Cases. “Their commitment to supporting youth in foster care through their ‘buy one, donate one’ program should be considered the gold standard for other corporations looking to give back. By giving youth in foster care their own, personal body wash and soap is an important avenue to providing them the hope and dignity they deserve. Thank you Fresh Wolf and the Barlow family!”
Since its founding 10 years ago, Comfort Cases has given away close to 200,000 comfort cases® backpacks and Comfort XL duffle bags, filled with new pajamas, a blanket, hygiene products, a book and a “stuffie” to youth in and entering the foster care system.
To support this promotion by purchasing Fresh Wolf products, please visit: http://www.freshwolf.com.
About Fresh Wolf
Fresh Wolf is a luxury line of Men’s professional grooming products. Created for tradition and consistency, our products were formulated with luxury key ingredients for both father and son and anyone who is vested in optimal hair performance and strength, structure and consistent quality and aesthetic of hair and body wash.
The brand launched in early 2019, as there was a need when it came to great, structured hair and body products for males. There are currently 7 products in the Fresh Wolf line with expansions coming soon. Free of parabens, sulfates, and toxins, Fresh Wolf products are safe for ages 3+.
Fresh Wolf is proud to support Foster Care.
Our purpose goes beyond providing the highest quality products at affordable prices. For every unit sold a bottle is given to a child in the foster care system.
Stand with us to make a difference.
Fresh Wolf is available on FreshWolf.com and Amazon.
About Comfort Cases
Comfort Cases is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization with a mission to inspire communities to bring dignity and hope to youth in foster care. Founded in 2013, Comfort Cases has distributed more than 185,000 Comfort Cases and Comfort XL duffel bags to children in the foster care system in all 50 states, DC, Puerto Rico, and the United Kingdom.
In 2021, Comfort Cases was given a Global Giving All-Star designation, meaning good reporting, phenomenal mission, and great response time. Comfort Cases is also a gold-level GuideStar participant, demonstrating commitment to transparency.
Having grown up in foster care, Rob Scheer, the CEO of Comfort Cases travels the country to share his story, advocating for youth and sharing his mission. Rob and his husband Reece have adopted five children who were in the foster care system. Rob’s memoir, A Forever Family: Fostering Change One Child at a Time, was published in 2018. Rob also hosts Fostering Change, a weekly audio and video podcast ranked for two consecutive years as the #1 podcast with a focus on foster care and adoption. For more information about Comfort Cases, please visit: http://www.comfortcases.org.