Bonobo Business

I promised more on FEED Projects, and… wait for it… here it is!


FEED Projects has teamed up with another company run by innovative 20- and 30- somethings – the mens clothier, BONOBOS. The partnership has created two pairs of dress pants in cotton herringbone – perfect for fall and winter. Each will provide meals for 2 school children in school for an entire year.

A special cheers to Dave Eisenberg, my brother’s good friend from home who worked at BONOBOS for a long time, and the rest of the always-generous BONOBOS team which made a key donation to the MetroLacrosse Winter Tailgate Fundraiser when I was working there last year! Check out the BONOBOS blog on the collaboration, and stay tuned for where to find the pants. They report that they will be available “in stores”, so I’m going to contact the BONOBOS team figure out exactly where they are hiding.

BTW, BONOBOS seems to be hiring. Besides the fact that the company has a brilliant name, it sounds like a great place to work.

Alright, back to business…


About Meg Davis Hely

I'm a New Jersey native who finds herself living in New England with a soft spot for presents, pretty things, and businesses that do good.
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