GROW by Organics Unlimited Receives the Honorable Mention Award for Community Partnership

Prepare for GROW Month this September

2015 is off to a strong start for both our business and Social Responsibility program. As we embark on the 10th anniversary of GROW (Giving Resources and Opportunities to Workers), we are pleased to announce that GROW by Organics Unlimited has earned the Honorable Mention Award for PR Daily’s Best Corporate Community Partnership.

Founded in 2005, GROW is dedicated to providing financial support and services to programs that help build better lifestyles and futures for farm workers and their families. The GROW fund has raised over $1 million to help thousands of families in Mexico and Ecuador through nonprofit organizations. Among them are Project Amigo in Colima, Mexico and Children International in Guayaquil, Ecuador.

With the support of GROW, Project Amigo is able to provide educational scholarships, homework groups, study centers, dental and vision programs to families and children in the banana growing communities of Colima. Children International has developed an early childhood education project and safe water project with funds received from GROW. These projects have helped thousands of families in Guayaquil, Ecuador.

“I would like to thank the GROW program for providing us with backpacks, school supplies, school tuition and our school uniforms. Without this support in providing us with these materials, my classmates and I would not be attending school.” Sophomore in College, GROW Scholarship Student.

GROW Safe Water Project Continues in Ecuador

Many people in banana-growing regions would not have access to necessary health care and educational opportunities without GROW Support. We would like to say “Thank you” to all our customers for giving these families and children an opportunity for a better life.

To learn more about our organic bananas and how you can offer them in your store, please visit: OrganicsUnlimited.com. To learn more about GROW program, please visit: Growbananas.org. You may also follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more updates.

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