We’re a creative agency
that helps people help people.
We help people who lost
their jobs during COVID.
We help people by branding and marketing nonprofits and organizations who care about public health, harm reduction and individual well-being.
We do this for the people we love. That’s it. Simple. This shit is personal. We’re doing this work to give back to the communities that have given us so much over the years. By supporting non-profits and social enterprises with branding and marketing, we help get their mission and message, with mass effect, to the people that need it the most.
We work with organizations whose hearts are in harm reduction and public health. Organizations whose mission meets people wherever they’re at, without judgment, and hold the needs of the individual highest. This shit is intersectional. When people are taken care of, they can rise to support social justice, environmentalism, and whatever causes and communities they care about most.
We’re attributing some variation of this quote to Eamon Armstrong from the Life Is A Festival podcast. At least that’s where we feel we heard about it. That podcast actually led to us reaching out to our first client and, ultimately, starting Favorly. So, thanks Eamon! This question has become sort of a daily mantra.