A vegan baked snack is on the market, and every time you purchase one, you can support a critically ill child.
Bobo’s, maker of vegan baked goods, launched a new Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Oat Bar, which, as with all their products, is gluten free, vegan, kosher and non-GMO certified.
The Colorado-based company decided to find a way to support critically ill children and their families after meeting with Cate Buck while volunteering for Boulder non-profit organization There With Care.
Buck shared that her son, Thomas, died of brain cancer at the age of four, but he was always happy while eating Bobo’s bars.
Inspired by the woman’s story, the company decided to launch the limited-edition Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Oat Bars and donate 30% of all sales to There With Care.
There With Care is an organization for families and children facing critical illness.
“Our friends at There With Care inspire our Bobo’s team with their compassionate care for families during these stressful times,” said T.J. McIntyre, CEO at Bobo’s.
“Their team provides the fundamental services necessary to keep families together, and we couldn’t be prouder of the love they give to thousands in need.”
The organization provides a wide range of services including home maintenance, meals, therapy and transportation for children and families affected.
“We are humbled by this partnership which will have an immeasurable impact helping families with children facing critical illness,” said Buck
“When our son was diagnosed with a brain tumor at age 2, There With Care came into our lives with support and bought us precious time with Thomas. Without this help, we wouldn’t have been able to pull through.”
There With Care bars comes with six in a box and cost $14.95, of which five dollars will be donated to There With Care.
The limited-edition bars are available on the company’s website.