We’ve been quiet with our RingHero community. We’ve taken this time to be angry, to process, to educate ourselves, and to reflect on our own actions and the actions of so many that are dividing our country. The most important question for us right now, what can RingHero (a company of 3 white women) do to support the black community and help efforts to end social injustices? We commit today to do so much better. And we’ve put a plan together on how we CAN do better. We are sharing with you in the hopes that you too may be searching for ways to support #blacklivesmatter and people of color. Everyone has their own way of showing up and supporting, everyone’s path is different on what type of ally they want to be. We hope this list gives you resources on your own journey.
We have lots to learn and are bound to make many mistakes along the way but the work begins now and here’s where we are starting:
2% of our gross sales is going to Direct Relief which is making sure people most at risk in this pandemic are cared for - regardless of politics, religion or race. We are excited to continue our collaboration with BrandsXBetter and so many like-minded brands doing good.
We know this isn’t enough and this is an ongoing conversation. We would love to hear from you, send us an email at email@example.com and let us know what else we can be doing. Keep up to date @yourringhero for resources and efforts to keep this movement and momentum going. We are in this together and we are hopeful! XOXO,
We’re excited to announce our biggest partnership ever with a global active-lifestyle brand you’ll love! For a limited time, RingHero is in the @Fabletics Rewards Shop! Fabletics VIPs, redeem your points today, and protect your rings while you put your favorite gear to work.
It's hard to sum up 2020 (here's our attempt); a year of challenges, learnings, personal growth, and loss.With the many lows also came many times of celebration. We are proud of our perseverance as a small business and thankful for your support along the way!