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Social Impact

We Support

Since launching in 2018, Flamingo has set aside 1% of sales for our social mission, including support for nonprofit organizations working to ensure women build healthy relationships with their bodies. Through a commitment to action, education, and healing, we hold our brand promise to champion women, their bodies, and their choices at the center of everything we do.

How We Do It

Through contributions to nonprofit partners, we will take action to suport the hands-on work of organizations that help women to have freedom of choice for their bodies. As reported by the UNFPA—a woman who has control over her body is more likely to be empowered in other spheres of her life.

We work with partners to create open dialogue and easier access to information that has historically been taboo or gatekept from women about their bodies—because we know that getting access to accurate information about women's bodies is not easy.

We support partners who are helping women to address their body trauma, mindset, and well-being because we believe that emotional healing is an important step to having a healthy relationship with your body.

  • Girl Scouts of America Logo with green clover mark

    Girl Scouts mission is to build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. Girl Scouts and Flamingo are embarking on a two-year partnership to learn what girls need to develop a healthy relationship with their bodies. Together, we will create a program for Girl Scouts that addresses important topics like body confidence.

  • The Loveland Foundation Logo

    The Loveland Foundation (TLF) is committed to showing up for communities of color in unique and powerful ways, with a particular focus on Black women and girls. Their resources and initiatives are collaborative and prioritize opportunity, access, validation, and healing. Through our partnership, we’re helping TLF provide 1,250 therapy sessions this year.

  • Exhale to Inhale Logo

    Exhale to Inhale uses trauma informed yoga to empower survivors of sexual and domestic violence and help communities develop skills and knowledge to support them. With our support of the scholarship training program, Exhale to Inhale has trained over 265 individuals with a focus on equity, access and representation, creating pathways for healing for thousands more survivors this year.

  • Black Girls Smile Logo

    Black Girls Smile provides gender-responsive and culturally-affirming mental wellness education, resources, and support geared toward Black women and girls. In partnership with Flamingo, BGS will provide education and opportunities for community building through their Intersectionality Workshop series, helping BGS reach 2,000 Black women and girls this year.

  • Girls on the Run Logo in Black

    Girls on the Run (GOTR) inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running. With Flamingo’s support, GOTR will develop and launch an enhanced suite of curricula to help participants recognize their inner strength, build confidence, and centers key social-emotional learning themes. The new curricula will be released across their network of 171+ councils, reaching an estimated 200,000 girls through 50,000 trained volunteer coaches.

  • Aakoma Logo

    AAKOMA believes that to meet the mental health needs of Youth of Color, we need to operate at three levels: raising consciousness, providing accessible tools, and changing systems to provide better care. With our support, AAKOMA will provide nearly 350 hours of free virtual therapy to intersectionally diverse Young People of Color (including young people who identify as LGBTQAI+ and those with disabilities) with a special focus on African American and Black women/femmes.

  • National Eating Disorders Association logo

    The Body Project (TBP) is a group-based program that provides a forum for high school girls to confront unrealistic appearance ideals and develop healthy body image and self-esteem. With our support, NEDA will facilitate and train 40 high school educators to deliver TBP, reaching over 2,500 young women.