BLVR | Certified B Corporation | Business As A Force For Good

Doing Good

As a Certified B Corp, BLVR® blends a passion for belief-led branding with a commitment to business as a force for good. Our give-back efforts are centered on bolstering faith-based nonprofits and ministries, enhancing their impact, and uplifting communities globally.

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In 2020, BLVR® became a Certified B Corporation™. The certification means that BLVR® meets the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose.

By joining over 7,300 like-minded companies on a global scale, we are redefining the standards of ethical business practices and social responsibility—creating a positive impact in the lives of our team members and communities around the globe. B Corp™ certification recognizes our purpose-driven efforts and reinforces our commitment to using our business as a force for good.

Impact Partners, Past and Present


This year, BLVR® has partnered with PUSH for Empowered Pregnancy, a non-profit on a mission to end preventable stillbirth. PUSH was started by Samantha Banerjee following her daughter’s cord accident that happened just two days before the due date of her otherwise blissful first pregnancy. Samantha became known within the loss community for her candid writing on grief and as a spokesperson for the cause with features in The Washington Post and TODAY. In one short year PUSH has grown to become a diverse coalition of bereaved parents from around the country working closely with trailblazing medical researchers, courageous doctors, and other hardworking allies to drive down the incidence of stillbirth in the United States over the next decade. During their first year alone they have made great strides advocating for expecting parents and parents of loss.

Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.

- Maya Angelou

Their accomplishments include:

  • Creating a hub of resources for expecting families, families of loss, and medical professionals.
  • Hosting the first congressional briefing on Stillbirth helping to pass the #SHINEforAutum Act in the House of Representatives.
  • Raising over $190,000 to establish the country’s first multidisciplinary specialty clinic for women who have experienced stillbirth at Mount Sinai Health System in New York.
  • Organizing the “The Big Push” March happening in October to raise awareness and partnering with 25+ organizations to recruit 23,000 registered participants.


PUSH is creating a movement and building a community through hope and perseverance. We’re honored to not only provide financial support, but to help craft a new brand identity and communication plan that allows them to focus their efforts, clearly communicate their story, and attract changemakers all in an effort to help end preventable stillbirth.

BLVR® partnered with Love, Light + Melody, a nonprofit that amplifies the stories of vulnerable children and brings them hope through the power of education. Love, Light + Melody started in 2007 when founder Brad Corrigan took a life-changing trip to the La Chureca trash dump in Nicaragua. He was confronted with families and children living in unimaginable poverty, making impossible choices every day to stay alive. But he encountered hope and positivity when he met a young girl named Ileana, who, in spite of her circumstances, radiated warmth, compassion, and humor.

After years of making trips back to La Chureca, he started Love, Light + Melody to be a force for good in the lives of these children, who didn’t deserve the hand they were dealt but also didn’t see a way out.



More specifically, Love, Light + Melody creates hope and opportunities for vulnerable children through education, music, art, and sports.

Over the years, the organization has built a vast global community of supporters and partners who are helping to fund Ileana’s School of Hope, an elementary school in Nicaragua that serves as a safe space for these children to learn and thrive. We’re honored to not only provide financial support, but to help craft a new brand positioning and identity that allows them to focus their efforts, clearly communicate their story, and attract new supporters, making an even greater impact in the lives of vulnerable children around the world.

2020 was a challenging year for all, but it increased challenges exponentially for many around the globe. In the midst of it, we were able to partner with Love Does, an extraordinary organization started by New York Times bestselling author Bob Goff. Love Does brings light and joy to the world by fighting for human rights and providing education to children in conflict zones. With the help of our donation, they were able to fund 12 full-ride college scholarships for students in Northern Uganda through the Love Does Launch Program.

Although very inexpensive compared to a degree in the U.S., a college degree at $700 a year is out of reach for most students in Uganda, especially when they still need to pay for living expenses. In 2020, this financial difficulty was elevated by the impact of COVID-19.



By providing full scholarships, we were able to help motivated students so nothing would stand in the way of achieving their dreams. To become doctors, lawyers, teachers—educated leaders with the greatest chance of helping shape the future of Uganda and our world.

We also designated funds to help support teachers at the Love Does Restore Leadership Academy who were impacted by COVID-19 and were working hard to continue educating students. Our support helped fund distance learning packets so students could continue learning online during the pandemic.