Two years ago (2021) we created a charity concept. We chose four different organizations and donated 12,5 cents for every sold item for each of our partners. Last year we chose only one partner, and we donated 50 cents for every item purchased for the John Nurminen Foundation. With this concept, we were able to raise 1700,50€ in 2022.
For every product sold online, we donate 50 cents to charity.
This year, we will continue to work with the John Nurminen Foundation to help protect the Baltic Sea. For every product sold online, we donate 50 cents to charity.
Despite the difficult times we've faced in the recent past, we still want to continue doing good for others. We think charity work is part of a sustainable business. Since we founded the company, we have wanted to do good, give more than we take, and also make an impact - not only in the textile industry but in the world. Doing good is in Népra’s DNA.
As we all know, water is globally a scarce resource and many watery places are disappearing, polluted, or otherwise vulnerable. The mission of the John Nurminen Foundation is to save the Baltic Sea and its heritage for future generations. The Foundation has been awarded for its work as a conveyor of culture and producer of marine content. The goal of the Foundation’s environmental projects is to improve the condition of the Baltic Sea with concrete measures that reduce the load and environmental risks faced by the sea.
We want to do our part in saving the sea and by choosing Népra you can be part of it too.
In recent years, we have seen a variety of lifestyle trends that originate from different regions, cultures, or religions - especially Japanese concepts and philosophies have been gaining international popularity. We wanted to learn more about the two world-known Japanese concepts, ikigai and ichigo ichie, and consulted our Japanese friend and business professional living in Finland. In this article, Daiki Yoshikawa will introduce you to the Japanese concept of a meaningful, simple, and happy life based on his own experiences.