Kaleydos

Kaleydos Portfolio

Click2giv

Click2giv is a startup that through the use of different technologies wants to empower people who support social projects, so they can do even more! We believe that technology brings people together and that coupled with good intentions can transform people and the world.

We are currently developing tools that enable donations to social projects through purchasing goods online and physical retail, provoking marketing related to social causes in different ways and fostering the financial resources for social projects.

The idea is to enable easy and quickly access for consumers to numerous products and services, and through their purchases revert part of it to selected social projects that truly generate social impact.

Click2giv is an open and free platform for social projects that seeks to impact as many social organizations and people as possible.

Since its launch, our platform has already been used by more than 70 social projects from different regions in Brazil: São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Manaus, Pernambuco, Recife, among others that develop and support social causes related to sports, education, health, culture, etc.

Visit our platform, find a project that touches your heart and make your contribution!

Bambuzeria

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.