Will we always need “Giving Tuesday”?
Millennials are changing the game. They are creating new companies that intersect good business and doing good. Nick Ashburn and Megan Shea team up to talk about how.
Megan talks with Woman Entrepreneur Radio
Megan Shea, Co-Founder The Soulfull Project spends some time speaking with Deb Bailey (host of Woman Entrepreneur Radio) to talk about the challenges and the successes of Soulfull.
Why did we start The Soulfull Project?
Meet Megan Shea as she talks to Deena Bustillo from Livingly about why Soulfull was started and what it means to her to be a part of it.
Help Fight Hunger With Wegmans And ‘Soulfull’ Food Purchase
For every serving purchased of The Soulfull Project’s food, the group donates a serving of their 4 Grain cereal to a food bank.
Best of Expo West 2017 – GIVEAWAY
What’s better than buying healthy foods for yourself and your family? Buying them and then having a company donate that same product to those in need.
The Soulfull Project expanding its mission nationwide – Expo West interview
The Soulfull Project is a US brand that wants to tackle the issue of food insecurity in the country, while also meeting the need for people to eat healthy, nutritious food.
The Soulfull Project uses sales to fight hunger
Hot cereal start-up The Soulfull Project is working to fight hunger through sales of its multi-grain cereal.
Expo West exclusive: Driving a profit with purpose
Purposeful brands proliferated at Expo West, where companies large and small demonstrated positive social and environmental impacts through mission-driven business practices.
With Soulfull Project, Campbell’s Invests in Giving Back
Like so many aspiring brands, The Soulfull Project made its national debut at the Natural Products Expo West show last week.