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Meet Suzi Wilkenfeld of Kindhumans

Today we’d like to introduce you to Suzi Wilkenfeld.

Hi Suzi, thanks for sharing your story with us. To start, maybe you can tell our readers some of your backstory.
My husband Justin and I were inspired to co-found Kindhumans from our journey as parents and philanthropists.

When we started our family, we began examining our consumption habits much more closely. I was very motivated to bring safe products into our home for our family’s well-being. Seems simple enough, but as I began researching products, I realized that ingredients varied widely, and even though products had a standard safety rating and consumer reviews, the ingredients had little to no regulation for toxicity, overall safety, and sustainability. I dug deeper into my research; I consulted experts – doctors and other wellness practitioners. By day, I was a stay-at-home mom and by night, I searched for information – quickly expanding my resources and knowledge. I became a self-taught expert in non-toxic living and an advocate for my family’s health and well-being. I also became passionate about sharing this information with others.

As early parents, Justin and I were determined to set a good example for our kids by fostering kindness, being thoughtful about what we brought into our home, and promoting the notion of always giving back to the community and those in need. From this desire, the Kindhumans Marketplace was born, an ethical shop filled with thoughtfully curated products for modern life. We curate brands with purpose that share our high standards for ingredient safety and sustainability. We call it, Your Marketplace for Good, because we are passionate about making it easy to shop for your daily solutions while giving back to those in need. With so many options these days, it’s hard to know what to bring into your home and trying to figure out where to start can be overwhelming. We’d like to help alleviate the guesswork. We currently carry over 1,000 products and are working on building our own line of sustainable hats and tees.

Kindhumans is a B Corp, Climate Neutral Certified Company and 1% for the Planet member. Every purchase you make on our site funds an act of kindness, donating 3%+ to the charity of your choice.

We all face challenges, but looking back would you describe it as a relatively smooth road?
Before launching Kindhumans, my previous career was rooted in a steady corporate environment, so leaving that behind and carving a new path to build this company from the ground up took a huge leap of faith. It has been very rewarding to be able to share our business with others. I am super inspired by the business owners and entrepreneurs we work with, innovative brands and organizations creating amazing products to help people and the planet. It’s incredibly motivating to be a part of the kindness movement.

Alright, so let’s switch gears a bit and talk business. What should we know?
The Kindhumans community is a place where everyone is welcome to join in the fun of creating a kinder world. Our Marketplace for Good makes it easy to find and buy planet-friendly products for the Home, Outdoor, Beauty, Kids, Tech, Pets and Kindhumans Kits that help you easily navigate non-toxic, sustainable products for modern life, all while supporting an important cause. We give back 3%+ of every sale to help create a kinder world. You can choose from causes that support kids, the planet or humanitarian aid.

Visit us at Sign up to become a member and receive 2% Kind Cash for future purchases.

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