Looking back at our journey, it would have been impossible to envision what we would become. We just did what felt good and right at each step, and if it didn’t create joy, we didn’t do it. That’s how we stopped selling to big box stores and started focusing on fundraising to help kids do what they love.
We’ve gone through a lot of changes in the last year that we couldn’t have predicted either. Like changing our name and starting the Double Good Kids Foundation so that 50% of every dollar you spend goes to help kids with special needs.
We just wanted our company to help people, but it turned out that this idea helped us to become who we were meant to be.