The Vanity Project is a social good-driven company co-founded by Northwestern alumni and friends, Omri Bojko and Jason Sochol, who had both found themselves unhappy with their post-college careers as analysts.
The Vanity Project partners with non-governmental organizations representing a number of different social causes to create high quality and stylish clothing based on their logos. For each purchase, 51% of the proceeds go directly to the featured organization.
Organizations currently partnered with the Project are divided into five headings: education and youth development, hunger and poverty, environment, disease support and prevention and social equality. The Boys and Girls Club of Chicago, the Asperger's Awareness Council and Equality Illinois are all examples of organizations currently partnered with The Vanity Project.
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- By: Rebecca ByersJun 13, 2012