The Lei Company Cooperative, Inc
The Lei Company Cooperative Inc is Pasifika - Melanesian, Micronesian and Polynesian women's worker owned lei making cooperative. We produce and sell sacred, celebratory and bereavement lei.
The Lei Company’s mission is to provide a year-round and environmentally conscious avenue to purchase leis. We steward and evolve the craft of lei making, cultivate and support lei makers, and provide business ownership opportunities, training and employment to the Pasifika – Melanesian, Micronesian and Polynesian community. We are locally rooted yet have a continuously growing global reach with fair trade partnerships with artisans in Fiji and the Federated States of Micronesia.
The minimum investment is $250.
Geek Girl Tech
Geek Girl Tech is a public benefit corporation working to make the world a better place.
We see technology and information security as tools to level the playing field and to protect people and businesses around the world. We are experts in cybersecurity and make sure our clients feel safe and supported. We are a woman-owned company and are committed to creating opportunities for women and other underrepresented people in tech, and we partner with other women and minority-owned businesses to provide additional services to our clients.
We hope to inspire other companies to prioritize socially responsible business practices and to put people before profits. We’re also building a community of awareness and
action around information security practices.
The minimum investment is $250.
RedHen Collective Cooperative
RedHen Collective is a feminist, worker-owned wine importer and wholesaler embodying a new wine economy based on gratitude, transparency, collaboration and regenerative ecology. We are the first wine importer and wholesaler with an ecological, economic, and social impact business model.
RedHen Collective is unique in that we pay farmers first, are structured to share equity and profits with employees, and are fueled by revenue-share impact investments of every size.
This Direct Public Offering will allow RedHen to hire our full-time team and begin importing and selling wines across California. Together, we will show the world a new business model where ecology, culture and local economies are at the center instead of the margins.
The target raise of this DPO is $1,070,000 with a minimum viable raise of $500,000. We are offering a promotional minimum investment of $500 which expires on 9/7/18. $1,000 minimum thereafter.
Eagle Protect PBC
Eagle US is a leading supplier of disposable gloves and clothing. Our products are sourced ethically and transparently, and through ongoing R&D and third-party analysis of our gloves, we certify their food safety and quality.
Spotlight:Girls is a women-owned certified B Corp based in Oakland, CA. Our mission is to educate, inspire, and activate girls and women to take center stage. We produce media, events and learning experiences with and for girls and girl advocates that promote leadership, creativity, courage, connection, and radical care.
Since 2008, our highly recognized Go Girls!™ Camps and afterschool clubs have taught thousands of elementary and middle school-aged girls key social-emotional skills through the process of making their own plays, art, music, and media. Now, we are raising $250,000 to bring this movement nationwide.
Price: $5.00 per share
Pre-money valuation: $2.128M
Target dividend: 6% of the original issue price
Minimum Investment: $500
kubé Nice Cream a brand by Creamy Coconuts, LLC
kubé nice cream – a Black owned and woman led business, is a NEW genre of non-dairy, RAW coconut ice cream made without synthetic bleaching chemicals. We produce non-dairy, RAW coconut nice cream that is made from cold-pressed, unpasteurized mature coconut cream. If you like or do NOT like the flavor of coconut, you will love our nice cream because Coconut is undetectable in most of our flavors--instead, the plant-based flavors dominate. kube nice cream an authentic non-dairy, RAW coconut nice cream that is made from cold-pressed, mature coconuts.
We are an artisan-food producer of RAW, unpasteurized coconut nice cream. We hand-crack mature coconuts and cold-press its cream and then blend with fresh, bold, and organic plant-based ingredients, to make the creamiest texture of authentic coconut nice cream. If you like or do NOT like the flavor of coconut, you will love our nice cream because Coconut is undetectable in most of our flavors--instead, the plant-based flavors dominate.
Unlike other brands of coconut ice cream on the market, we do not use Sodium Metabisuflite in our cold-pressed coconut cream. The coconut cream and coconut milk industry uses Sodium Metabisulfite (a bleaching chemical preservative), in the pasteurization process, which is a standard industry practice. The FDA does not legally require sodium metabisulfite to be listed in a product’s ingredients if there are 10 parts per million or fewer of the preservative in the product. Many people are allergic to sulfites and do not know that sodium metabisulfite is used in coconut products, including non-dairy, coconut desserts. However, there is evidence that sodium metabisulfite can cause both gastrointestinal and hormonal issues in humans and animals. Due to our food-justice values, we will never use sodium metabisulfite or other preservatives.
We are the emerging leader, harnessing the power of RAW, unpasteurized coconut cream. We are re-building healthier, sustainable food models and systems. With food justice and self-determination, kube nice cream has invented the appropriate, patent-pending, commercial food grade coconut scraper device to shred mature coconuts safely and efficiently.
kubé nice cream is a locally resilient, artisan-food system in Oakland, California that exists to restore economic equity, health, value, dignity, and trusted relationships back to diverse communities, particularly folks who are lactose intolerant, the allergen population, ice cream enthusiasts, and to people of color who have been historically excluded from employment within the plant-based food industry.