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Socially conscious strategies, perceptions & momentum




Every Thursday, BeeHive highlights a company or organization focused on profit & purpose that has us positively Smitten!

Interested in being featured?
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Every Thursday, BeeHive highlights a company or organization focused on profit & purpose that has us positively Smitten!

Interested in being featured?
Submit your info below.









Bright Endeavors

Bright Endeavors
Social Enterprise
Sustainability
the Little Market
survivors of abuse
Survivors of homelessness
paid job training

Current Stats: Founded by homeless-outreach advocates Stephanie Piccirilli and Joan Pikas in 2007; Based in Chicago; Assisted 4,500+ young mothers; 2,600 Instagram Followers

Hobbies: Donating 100% of proceeds from their premium soy candles to empower young moms, kids, and their communities; Selling sugar scrubs and soaking salts via the Little Market, a fair-trade online retailer specifically for social enterprises; Being featured in major publications like Shape Magazine, Forbes, Real Simple, and People Magazine

What’s Up: Bright Endeavor strives to intervene early in lives of at-risk young moms, many of whom are survivors of homelessness, neglect, and/or abuse.

The organization’s 16-week paid job-training program for mothers ages 13-24 includes life-skills, job-skills, and financial-literacy classes.

Why We’re Smitten: Bright Endeavors provides young mothers with paying jobs while developing their career skills and their futures. Graduates of the program increase their income by an average of 450%! Wow! 

What we love most about Bright Endeavors is the way the organization empowers young women to empower themselves.

We are so smitten with companies, people, and organizations who empower others, and Bright Endeavors is a perfect example. 

Bright Endeavors

Bright Endeavors
Social Enterprise
Sustainability
the Little Market
survivors of abuse
Survivors of homelessness
paid job training

Current Stats: Founded by homeless-outreach advocates Stephanie Piccirilli and Joan Pikas in 2007; Based in Chicago; Assisted 4,500+ young mothers; 2,600 Instagram Followers

Hobbies: Donating 100% of proceeds from their premium soy candles to empower young moms, kids, and their communities; Selling sugar scrubs and soaking salts via the Little Market, a fair-trade online retailer specifically for social enterprises; Being featured in major publications like Shape Magazine, Forbes, Real Simple, and People Magazine

What’s Up: Bright Endeavor strives to intervene early in lives of at-risk young moms, many of whom are survivors of homelessness, neglect, and/or abuse.

The organization’s 16-week paid job-training program for mothers ages 13-24 includes life-skills, job-skills, and financial-literacy classes.

Why We’re Smitten: Bright Endeavors provides young mothers with paying jobs while developing their career skills and their futures. Graduates of the program increase their income by an average of 450%! Wow! 

What we love most about Bright Endeavors is the way the organization empowers young women to empower themselves.

We are so smitten with companies, people, and organizations who empower others, and Bright Endeavors is a perfect example.