The future of our planet depends on how we treat our environment and the people around us. We believe in using eco-friendly sustainable products that can drive real change. Carma Cup aspires to reduce the use of disposable cups, while giving back to those who need our help.
Each Carma Cup color represents a different social cause, and $3 from every cup purchased is donated to the three associated charities. Carma Cup not only combats pollution, but also strives to help as many people as possible in the process.
Our Health Carma Cup seeks to aid people affected by diseases and health conditions by donating $1 to each of our charity partners. These nonprofit organizations support the critical research of treatments and provide personal resources and assistance to individuals affected by Pancreatic Cancer, Epilepsy, Alzhiemer's and Dementia.
We believe that everyone should be equal and have a fair opportunity to succeed regardless of race or ethnicity. The Equality Carma Cup supports furthering racial equality by donating $1 to each of our charity partners. These charities promote Black/Brown women-identifying entrepreneurs, provide assistance to Native Americans living on poverty-stricken reservations, and contribute to aiding child refugees from Central American countries.
The future of our world depends on the children of today. It is vital to develop educational services to support children in all aspects of life. The Education Carma Cup donates $1 to each charity partner with the mission of providing more educational opportunities for children, as well as improving current educational services.
The collapsible design of Carma Cup naturally makes it great for hiking, traveling with family, walking the dog, or going to the gym. When going out for drinks, Carma Cup is an excellent sanitary option, and the lid offers protection from spiked drinks. Carma Cup is dishwasher safe, can withstand temperatures of -40 to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, and collapses to less than an inch in size.
The Epilepsy Foundation, Kids In Need of Defense, Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, School on Wheels, Black Girl Ventures, and Autistic Self Advocacy Network names and copyrighted materials are used with their permission and does not constitute an endorsement of the company, product, or service.