Everything You Need to Know
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B1G1 Founder Masami Sato had a vision to create a world that’s full of giving because that’s a happier world!
B1G1 mission uniquely focuses on three important things with business giving:
IMPACT: ensuring 100% of contributions are given towards the intended projects to create real IMPACT.
HABIT: Providing support and care to all especially Worthy Cause Partners through the giving process to make giving a HABIT.
CONNECTION: Developed mechanisms to help members feel and create tangible CONNECTIONS.
The products we sell are worth so much more than numbers. Osmond Saint belief and birth right is healthy mind, body and soul. After all everyones deserves that inner and outer glow. Our founder Jelena Jacobs (Jay) was born and raised in the outback of South Australia as an only child and loved the community giving connection that was part of everyday life. Jay discovered B1G1 several years ago through a local accountant and his wife a midwife who worked so closely with the Global giving initiative. What most resonated is that 100% of the proceeds are donated to B1G1 worthy causes. This is why Osmond Saint, a B1G1 member donates 33% of its serum profits to B1G1 projects in need. To find out more click on the B1G1 link below.
Is B1G1 a charity?
Quite simply, it is a way for businesses to provide help and support to the most vulnerable people and environments in the world, just by getting on with the ordinary work we do every day. Originally called Buy 1 Give 1, B1G1 in a non-profit organisation based in Singapore.
Below we share our giving stories that continue to grow with your support through nourishing the beautiful skin you live in. With every Osmond Saint purchase, you join the movement to create a world full of giving. Please know that this is not a fundraising effort. We are not asking you for donations. On the contrary, we will be giving on your behalf with every serum product purchase.
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Quality education is one of the most powerful and proven vehicles to achieve sustainable development. It improves health and livelihoods, as well as contributes to social stability. That is why Quality Education is on of the Global Goals. Your support provides access to education for children all over the globe!
3rd March 2022, Osmond Saint donated 500 global days of education for children in the world.
Edgar’s Mission is a not-for-profit sanctuary for rescued farmed animals located in Victoria, Australia. We rescue and provide a safe haven to animal in need, while advocating on behalf of the animals we cannot save. Edgar’s Mission is currently home to over 400 rescued residents, many who need expert care and rehabilitation. We aim to expand the public’s circle of compassion to include all animals through education, advocacy, community enrichment and sanctuary tours.
This project is managed by Edgar’s Mission Inc
Urbanisation has led to a staggering loss of 80% of koala populations in South-East Queensland. As housing estates and busy roads encroach into koala habitat, they’re left vulnerable to road accidents, dog attacks and an imminent spread of life-threatening diseases such as chlamydia. Today, koala numbers are at an all-time low.
The Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital is providing koalas with a lifeline. Each year, we provide treatment for up to 800 sick and injured koalas, making it Australia’s busiest koala hospital. Here, specialist wildlife veterinarians and nurses at the forefront of koala conservation; working around the clock to mend broken bones, treat diseases, care for orphans, and give wild koalas a second chance. Koala patients cost an average of $7,500 to treat from admittance to release, including daily care, medication, food and specialised surgeries to repair broken limbs or trauma.
This project is managed by the Australian Zoo Wildlife Warriors
2nd March 2022, Through product purchases Osmond Saint donated 50 meals to the Australian Zoo for the ill or injured Koala Patients.