Click2Giv is a technology-based startup that offers a free, open platform for donations through consumption of retail products (online and offline), thus strengthening in different ways causes-related marketing and fostering resources´ generation for social projects.
Click2giv enables consumers to simply and quickly access for many products and services and by purchasing them, they can revert part of their purchase to selected NGOs that truly deliver social and environmental impact.
Click2giv wants to impact as many projects and people as possible. Visit our platform, find a project that touches your heart and make your contribution!
Bambuzeria is a company dedicated to the commercialization of products made of bamboo, also originated in the Bamboos Farm, located in the municipality of Pardinho, State of São Paulo, where the Jatobás Institute has been cultivating various bamboos´ species.
Bambuzeria produces and sells treated sticks, bamboo shoots, seedlings, chips, charcoal, biomass, etc. arising from the sustainable management of bamboo, thus guaranteeing the environmental preservation of the Bamboos Farm as a whole. It also aims to spread the many possibilities of bamboo in Brazil and to value the socio-environmental and economic importance of this raw material. Through the Bambuzeria, we are interested in contributing to the development and consolidation of this productive chain in Brazil as well as spreading new possibilities of production and sustainable consumption.
all bamboo will be an e-commerce platform to offer national and imported bamboo products for food, cosmetics, construction and architecture, energy, leisure and personal hygiene. Through all bamboo it will be possible to find and acquire the sector´s innovations and everything for prompt delivery!
We value the socio-environmental and economic importance of bamboo and the growing demand for sustainable products. We seek through all bamboo to contribute towards the development and consolidation of this productive chain in Brazil as well as to spread new possibilities for production and sustainable consumption.
Kaleydos also develops and markets the Bambuzeria Project, at the Bamboos Farm, in the municipality of Pardinho, State of São Paulo, where the Jatobás Institute has been sustainable cultivating various bamboo species for the sale of treated sticks, bamboo shoots and seedlings.
We know that Brazilian rural producers have needs not yet addressed by the existing digital solutions in the agricultural sector. We are working to develop a digital product anchored in content and knowledge aimed at fostering and promoting sustainable rural practices.
We want to support rural producers considering the challenge that in the next 20 years Brazil must produce much more food, however, without destroying the environment.
The Sustainability Academy for Rural Areas aims to help rural producers increase productivity per hectare, without necessarily facing higher production costs. It also wants to support the transformation of degraded areas into productive ones in accordance with current legislation and contribute to the sustainable management of legal reserves.
The Sustainability Academy for Rural Areas will be anchored in promoting the balance between production, respect for people and the environment.
In alignment with several initiatives of the Jatobás Institute in Pardinho´s city, we want to strengthen the local cultural identity based on being the “root music´s Capital” along with the Cuesta´s region – formed by ten cities located in the center-west of the State of São Paulo.
Casa do Caipiras, in addition to the existing and successful web radio station, intends to preserve the region´s cultural and musical matrices and to contribute with the Local Productive Arrangement geared to boost economic activity in Pardinho.
We are working to develop a business model that reinforces the local identity and promotes it to other Brazilian regions. We want through the web radio itself, support to local artists and licensing of products to spread the religiosity, travelers’ stories, agriculture and livestock, family life and passions, all intrinsic elements of the local root culture.