Grateful for their customers and their proactiveness, b condoms was able to contribute to the movement, even in such an economically trying time. They dedicated half of their Juneteenth Weekend profits to donate money for black community-focused organizations. Additionally, CEO Jason Panda put more into the pot to triple the donation and invites you to join them.
The gruesome story of Oluwatoyin “Toyin” Salua hit the team hard. b condoms was motivated to donate to help prevent these situations towards our women, the mothers of life. Ujima, Inc.: The National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community serves as a national resource center to provide support and be a voice towards prevention and justice.
b condoms wants nothing more than the movement of black love, strength and success to continue. They’ve also donated to the Movement For Black Lives who will further allocate funds to organizations in need, working on our community through policies and leadership, so that Black political power is a force able to influence national and local agendas.
About b condoms
b condoms is the only black-owned condom brand. They focus on the sexual health disparities in the black community through education and high-quality products. They are popular for being triple-tested, organic, vegan-friendly and odorless. b condoms has been around since 2011, successfully selling to state health departments, and now they’re shifting into a stronger retail presence.