So, about a couple weeks ago I was at a Charity Water fundraising event and bumped into this really cool guy with a creatively designed t-shirt. He ended up being a volunteer for the event, helping out people like me to navigate through the space and learn about the many people that make Charity : Water such a successful non-profit.

The guy turned out to be Darwin Dion and when I learned about his for-purpose mission to make the fashion world a bit more generous, I asked him to come on the show.

He has such an uplifting spirit and creative drive, so I’m excited to share his story with you. We’ll dive into his background then meander through how he has navigated the for-purpose for profit pendulum with his for-purpose for-profit company, Panda Sal.

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This show is brought to you by my Charity : Water birthday campaign. I’m turning the big 3 – 0 and would love for you to celebrate with me. Instead of gifts this year, I would much rather prefer a donation to Charity : Water where 100% of the proceeds go to the cause. To learn more about how they keep up the 100% percent model, you can listen to The Traveling Cup episode 46 where Scott Harrison shares it with us.

There’s children in this world who spend hours each day walking to get dirty water and want to go to school. Let’s give them the gift of clean water so that they become students and grow into the remarkable adults they’re destined to be.

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Thanks so much for listening! I appreciate you and your gift to this world.

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