Life has changed a lot in the last year. And it’s impossible to ignore how much we’ve all had to change along with it.
Some of us have had to learn how to approach everything - from schedules to routines to sharing your living space - with more flexibility and creativity. Others of us have become more tech savvy than ever thanks to virtual learning and Zoom meetings. And for those of us who are essential workers or small business owners, part of daily life means regularly testing the boundaries of our own resilience.
So sure, things feel pretty topsy turvy these days. But it helps to remember that the reason we’ve all had to make such drastic changes has ultimately been to keep our communities healthy and safe.
If 2020 has taught us anything it’s that we all have it in us to do more. It feels good to recognize that having the courage to care is in all of us, especially when it comes to the greater good.
That’s why we are so excited to announce one of the biggest changes with the Everyone brand: our new bottles made from post-consumer recycled plastic.
This means instead of sourcing new plastic for our bottles, we now use plastic from water bottles, straws, and other consumer products. So instead of winding up in landfill, previously used plastic gets a second life as an Everyone bottle. Better for the planet means better for all of us.
We made this update because the realities of the climate crisis remind us that the time to act is now. Incorporating recycled plastic into our packaging is more than a key component of our new look - it’s the latest opportunity for us to show that #everyonecares.
With so much happening beyond our control, finding accessible ways to do more for people and the planet is reassuring.
With so much happening beyond our control, finding accessible ways to do more for people and the planet is reassuring. Even by simply using our products, there’s peace of mind that comes with knowing you’re making a difference.
After all, demonstrating your courage to care is already part of who you are...
- Every time you volunteer time and money to causes you believe in.
- Each time you put on a mask before heading out on an errand.
- When you read books and watch documentaries that help you better understand the lived experiences of others.
Because everyone can always do a little more - we all can.