Make Your Marc
Red, blue, green… Cure, Save, Feed. Pick a color = pick a mission and Marc Skid (pun intended) is making it its mission to follow through.
I chose red. Cure. Sure, I could have made my statement without frolicking on the beach, but what’s the fun in that?
Every year, 55 million people die worldwide from things like a stroke or heart disease. Smoking, not eating healthy, and being overweight contribute to these diseases. There has been heart disease in my family, so this is something I definitely want to be a part of. Marc Skid’s red undies contributes $4 per undies sold to help cure diseases. They work with organizations like CMMB, Concern Foundation, and Project C.U.R.E.
Blue represents saving the planet, and with our powers combined… you know the rest. These undies contribute to charities such as the Amazon Conservation Association, CarbonFund, and Water.org.
Green undies help feed the world! Organizations like Action Against Hunger, Feed One, and The Hunger Project all receive proceeds from sales of green undies.
Or, if you want to keep it classic or just can't decide… pick white, which lets you choose exactly where you want the proceeds to go from any one of Marc Skid’s associated charities. Tighty whiteys have never looked so good!
You can also choose from different styles. Mine are the Laurinda Hipster and fun fact: this hipster was named after a nun - Cheeky! There’s also the Joan Bikini, the Philip Boxer Brief, or the John Boxer in white for men (or women… whatever works for you).
One of the coolest things about Marc Skid undies, aside from their hilarious name, is the waistband of all the undies is made out of water bottles! No, it’s not plastic around your waist, it’s actually silky smooth. Marc Skid is the only brand using Repreve, a polyester upcycled from water bottles. So, each waist band is actually one water bottle. Talk about saving the planet!
Marc Skid also prides itself on using the world’s finest cotton, Organic Pima. This cotton makes up only 0.0005% of the world’s cotton supply. This helps with its special softness, durability, breathability, and resistance to pilling.
So far, Marc Skid has donated $4,800 to charities and has kept 1200 bottles from landfills.
I said yes to Marc Skid, and I made my marc…. Are you Making your Marc on the World?