Truman has always felt bad for kids who don’t have much or even a home. With The Truman Factory he saw an opportunity to create a culture where kids can help other kids. Therefore, Truman has set up his business to give a percent of all profits to a charity that helps other children in need and has partnered with Vogel Alcove to achieve this.
Approximately 3,000 children in Dallas go to sleep each night without a home of their own. Vogel Alcove is a place that’s on a mission to help children recover from the effects of homelessness.
Their highly-trained teachers and staff provide therapeutic early childhood and school-aged programs, family support and physical/mental health services, all tailored to the needs of homeless children ages six weeks to 12 years old.
Vogel Alcove serves as many as 200 children each day, allowing them to learn, grow and thrive in a place free from hunger or trauma.
While Vogel Alcove will receive a percent of The Truman Factory profits, you are also welcome to give on your own by clicking here.