Since its inception 35 years ago, Tweezerman has maintained two bottom lines: one to measure profitability and another to share profits with those in need.
Since its inception 35 years ago, Tweezerman has maintained two bottom lines: one to measure profitability and another to share profits with those in need. Last year saw company employees supporting multiple charities near and dear to their hearts, including Art of Elysium, MOMMA’s House, Glen Cove Cares, and CEW Cares.
With your buying power, you can support two of the company’s most worthy charitable partnerships:
> Founded in 2011, the Zwilling Foundation India provides assistance to those faced with physical and developmental challenges or disabilities. The foundation provides training to strengthen their skills and the ability to earn an income. Tweezerman USA purchases many Petite Tweeze leather cases that have been sewn by the workers in the Zwilling Foundation and through those purchases actively supports the workers.
> The Art of Elysium (www.theartofelysium.org) is dedicated to enriching the lives of critically ill children. The organization believes a powerful and mutual exchange of hope and appreciation occurs when artists share their time and talent with children battling serious medical conditions. In December, Tweezerman worked with actress Amber Heard at the Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center. Heard painted with the children in their Child Life playroom and made special visits to children who could not attend the sessions. Artwork from one of the paintings selected by the Tweezerman team will be put on the Tweezerman Mini Slant Tweezer and sold for $16. One dollar from every tweezer sold will go to The Art of Elysium.
For more information, go to www.tweezerman.com.