UNSTUCK partners with brands to create job opportunities for refugees in their global supply chains.
We find suppliers committed to hiring refugees
We work with brands to develop products using ingredients or materials from these suppliers
We build awareness of UNSTUCK, and the products we create with our partners
The more we all buy, the more ingredients our brand partners source, the more job opportunities we create for refugees together.
Refugees are often “stuck” - unable to put down roots where they’ve fled to - and mostly unable to go back to the places they once called home. Jobs allow refugees to start a new chapter - one with commutes, coworkers, and community vs. instability, shelters and aid.
Jobs are the first step in refugees becoming UNSTUCK.
“Being employed here in Colombia makes me feel that I’m part of something - I’m able to be productive and contribute to society”
– Deisy Manaure
Employee at Luker
“Social impact is a core part of our purpose and so we seek out partnerships that help the progress of both the company and our community. By partnering with UNSTUCK we can make a significant impact by building a long-term solution for refugees in Peru, that benefits us all.”
– Nancy Medina Boldt
Founder and CEO, Mebol
“This job has given me stability, it’s given me peace of mind. Now I have the freedom to do things I wasn't able to do before.”
– Maru Lascano
Employee at Mebol
“Through UNSTUCK we are building on our work to hire from vulnerable communities across Colombia and expanding it to include Venezuelan refugees.”
– Camilo Romero
CEO, Luker Chocolate
“That’s it. is proud to support UNSTUCK’s model, which allows us to use our sourcing and infrastructure power to create job opportunities for refugees around the world.”
– Dr. Lior Lewensztain
That’s it. CEO & Founder
“On top of the initiative’s incredible mission, we’re helping set a powerful precedent in the business community. It feels like a no-brainer for everyone involved and we love that shoppers are supporting this initiative when they buy our pops.”
– Daniel Goetz
Founder and CEO of GoodPop.
“When I first arrived to Colombia, the hardest thing for me was finding a job, a decent job. This job is a dream come true.”
– Luis Angel Paredes
Employee at Luker