4A FLOW Philanthropy

MAKING A DIFFERENCE

FEEL 4A FLOW®

WHAT IS IT LIKE TO FEEL 4A FLOW®?

We formed 4A FLOW with a philanthropic mindset and wanted to ensure that our BRAND created a lifestyle that united families and people together when they may be faced with challenges. Our goal and what drives the success of our company is to give back by donating significant TIME and PROCEEDS to charities and those in NEED. We feel that it’s important to update quarterly how it looks to FEEL 4A FLOW®.

Our TEAM would like to personally thank you and encourage you to continue to select our BRAND by spreading our message to your friends, family, and network. This will ensure our ability to grow and continue with our goal to give back.

As a result of your outstanding support and choosing to purchase and wear 4A FLOW Apparel we were able to give back! Current quarter Contributions.

September 1, 2018 - November 30, 2018

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world's largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer: Our "Light the Night Page" was a HUGE success and aside from 4A FLOW's $2,000 donation, our TEAM collectively raised $6,721, where all donations went directly to LLS. We THANK YOU!!

4A FLOW LTN
Light the night fundraiser

Our Clubhouse: An independent non-profit with a mission to create welcoming communities of support for everyone currently living with cancer—men, women, teens, and children —along with their families and friends. $500 donation

 

Inception (May 26, 2018) - August 31, 2018

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world's largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer: $2,000 donation

The Elpis Foundation which focuses on raising money for existing non-profit charities, hosting fundraisers to support our community, and connecting Penn State Alumni to the Philanthropic Community : $500 donation

The ALS Association which is an American nonprofit organization that raises money for research and patient services, promotes awareness about and advocates in state and federal government on issues related to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease: $150 donation

The Rock, a Christian youth and development center. We helped a child attend a week-long camp who couldn’t afford to pay for themselves with our $110 donation

A donation of $100 was made to The Gideons International in memory of a great man who passed away.