CREDO Mobile Contributed 2.4 Million To Important Progressive Causes

(CREDOMobile) – [11:45 AM – CST] We needed to add to this, another letter from CREDO mobile who goes at their reported successes from another angle.

This article by them was posted almost five days ago but why not show it off again before the new year officially ends? [update]

To think that a company like Credo Mobile could be a leader of social movements for good causes, an activist for social change; which isn’t normally how the story goes.

But at the end of the year, Credo Mobile sent out their newsletter to thank members for the contributions they’ve made by purchasing products and using their services as the company claims to use a percentage of their profits for social causes.

The discussion about whether this is something new is pretty old at this point, because there are plenty of companies out there who contribute to social political causes and are essentially, movements within themselves.

The newsletter doesn’t shy away from the fact that it too is selling products but they share the amounts they’ve contributed to various non-profit organizations for gunsense and planned parenthood, who have been targeted by terrorists.

In any case, check out their report by clicking in the Credo Mobile link at the top as it touts contributions totaling an impressive 2.4 million and all of the organizations it gave to.

[Featured image of Becky Bond, CREDO’s political director, arrested at a anti-XL pipeline protest at Chicago state department in 2013, by NOKXL via Flickr is under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) License]

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