SAN FRANCISCO, June 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Clearly Kombucha, a Bay Area kombucha company, is partnering with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) by donating 1% of each bottle sale to help build a healthier, more secure future for families uprooted by persecution, conflict or natural disaster. This partnership is part of Clearly Kombucha's effort to help give back to an important cause they strongly believe in.
"We are thrilled to support the International Rescue Committee"
"We couldn't think of a better organization to partner with. The IRC is making an incomparable difference in the lives of those in great need."
Since May 1, 2014, 1% of each bottle sale has been invested in IRC programs and services that directly benefit refugees and war-affected populations. The employees of Clearly Kombucha will also be dedicating their time to volunteer in various IRC programs.
The International Rescue Committee is a global aid and relief organization. Since 1933, the IRC has helped refugees address the challenges and opportunities of rebuilding their lives in the Unites States. Across 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities, the IRC is helping to restore safety and dignity to millions forced to flee from war, persecution and natural disaster.
About Clearly Kombucha:
Founded in 2010, with a mission to develop a light and refreshing kombucha. Clearly Kombucha is headquartered in Fairfield, California, and is available in over 25 states. It is certified Organic, Fair Trade, non-GMO, gluten free, dairy free, vegan and kosher. Clearly Kombucha is brewed from whole-leaf green tea, fermented with a SCOBY and is then cold filtered for clarity.
About International Rescue Committee:
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. For 80 years, we have offered lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war, persecution or natural disaster. At work today in over 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities, the IRC leads the way from harm to home.