HERO|farm was born in New Orleans out of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. We understand all too well how important a helping hand can be during a time of need and we want to show that the people of Louisiana are here for those hurting in Oklahoma.
All profits from sales of this t-shirt will be donated through United Way of Central Oklahoma to support victims of the devastating tornadoes of May 20th. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can purchase your t-shirt here - www.herofarm.spreadshirt.com
Back in the early-to-mid 20th century, companies could typically get away with being "cold" or "faceless" entities, but these days customers want deeper, more meaningful connections… essentially knowing that a business is about more than just the bottom line. That's why we formed HERO|farm with a social mission at its core - not only to help us break away from the old way of doing things and stand out, but also because we wanted to make a difference.
With Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) gaining ground with businesses all over the world and becoming a key component for success, Forbes.com interviewed some leaders of the movement, including HERO|farm.
Click here to read the Forbes article
Why CSR? The Benefits Of Corporate Social Responsibility Will Move You To Act
Tell us what you think about CSR by connecting on Twitter (@herofarm) / Facebook (facebook.com/herofarm).
Feasting on all those chili cheese coneys, tater tots and Route 44s has come in handy, as we're excited to announce HERO|farm's partnership with Sonic. The farm was pulled in to create a new, regional jobs posting website for the iconic fast food chain that would help connect with potential employees, streamline the application process and showcase the brand's playful attitude. >> See More <<
On Sunday, June 2nd, New Orleans will host its second annual Walk for Food Allergy a family-friendly event to help fund food allergy research, education, advocacy and awareness. Whether you are walking for your health or in honor of a loved one with food allergies, your fundraising efforts and support will make a difference! Click here to find out how you can register, donate or volunteer.
HERO|farmers Jason Taix and Shaun Walker went back to school… to talk with Loyola students about their work and how to best present it for jobs… And were totally like, portfolioooo.