Rewinder joins Aldeas Infantiles SOS to advance in the care of vulnerable children
The Canarian brand will donate part of its profits to the entity and provides them with the reusable masks they need 19 has raised this NGO. The health crisis has been joined by an economic crisis that will bring about greater vulnerability for many families who will need the help of organizations such as Aldeas Infantiles SOS. As a result of this agreement, Rewinder will donate part of its profits to the entity and provide them with the Rewinder40 reusable masks they need to guarantee the safety of all the people who participate in their programs in a sustainable and ecological way. In total, SOS Children's Villages will receive a total of 6,000 Rewinder masks, which will mean a saving of 240,000 disposable masks. The work of SOS Children's Villages focuses on the development of the child until he becomes a self-sufficient person integrated into society. To do this, it works to protect children who cannot live with their parents, offering them a home where they can grow up feeling loved and respected; strengthens families at risk so that they can properly care for their children and thus avoid their possible separation; and accompanies young people until their full social and labor integration. Currently, the organization is present in 136 countries. In Spain, it works in ten autonomous communities, including the Canary Islands, where they care for 1,656 children and young people. In total, the organization serves 6,072 children and young people in our country. For Rewinder it is of great importance that its work transcends and can serve to build a better world. The alliance with SOS Children's Villages means continuing to make progress in our commitment to those who need it most, and our goal of building a future with greater opportunities for all. Rewinder, for its part, is a brand whose main objective is caring for the environment and improving the social environment, which is why alliances of this type are part of its philosophy and DNA. Together with the social action programs, in addition, in what they have been manufacturing the Rewinder40 mask -reusable up to 40 washes- they have managed to save almost 2,500,000 single-use masks, which means avoiding the waste that these could have generated and that They usually end up polluting our seas. Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, following its sustainable philosophy, Rewinder has worked to find new ways and alternatives to help fight the spread of the virus, always combining personal safety with environmental care and reactivation. of the local economy and the quality of the seal made in Spain. In addition, it seeks ways to help in the care of those who are having the worst time. Rewinder (formally Quiquere) works to promote a change in mentality both from an environmental and social point of view, so the alliance reached with SOS Children's Villages will be long-term, increasing the actions that they can carry out jointly.