At Forward, we are always finding ways to create impact by creating positive change in the lives of disadvantaged and disenfranchised people. That is why we are on a mission to partner with local organizations that are making a difference and contributing to alleviating homelessness, youth poverty, and inadequate education.
We are committed to donating the proceeds of our profits to organizations in our customers' communities to make sure we are giving back and supporting our entire ecosystem. Karma exists, and we want to make sure that we're re-investing resources and providing support in areas that support Forward.
By choosing Forward, you are contributing to the movement of progress and continuous improvement. We always want to do more for others— and as Forward continues to grow, we will continually find innovative ways to create more positive change in our company and your communities. Progress with every step forward.
As a start-up, we understand that there is still a lot of room for growth and sustainability. With your support, we can continue to jump over hurdles, reach for the sky, and serve as a greater force for good—together. We are excited to share the roadmap for our plans and goals.
Street Samaritans is a nonprofit that is fighting to end homelessness and provides direct support and resources for Chicago’s Homeless population.
We have partnered with this impactful organization to bring you a simple way to take action and make a difference in the lives of those in need. Lessen your impact on the environment by reusing boxes and donating gently used clothing. Street Samaritans also accepts food, personal care items, blankets, and other living essentials.
We also make donating and making a positive impact easy:
- Pack any box with living essentials or donated clothing
- Ship it to Street Samaritans at 615 S. Wabash Ave. Chicago, IL 60605.
- E-mail us a picture of your receipt and box.
- Get a free gift or discount toward your future purchases.
- Make a positive difference in someone’s life when your items get hand-delivered to people who need them.
Learn about Street Samaritans