Who We Are
Purpusly is a new immersive platform bringing together conscious consumers and underrepresented, purpose-driven brands from across the globe to create stronger social and environmental impacts.
The Five Components of Purpusly >
We are making it easier to connect conscious consumers and purpose driven creators with shared value for supporting causes through products.
Purpusly was designed with five key components in mind, namely: (i) Technology Platform, (ii) Community (iii) Creators, (iv) Causes and, (v) Conscious Consumers.
Our Founder's Story
Purpusly Founder Ricardo Berris found his passion for social responsibility at an early age. Born and raised in Jamaica, he saw firsthand the impact of a broken educational system. When his brother couldn’t pass a math test and therefore wasn’t able to continue his education, Ricardo witnessed the stories of challenged students forgotten in the system. He saw the need to empower all students, to enable them to have brighter futures, and he understood the role that the broader community can play in addressing those needs.
After many years as a successful entrepreneur in the Caribbean and the United States,
Ricardo launched Purpusly in 2019 to bring together his core beliefs of supporting local start-ups and of connecting communities to improve the quality of life for all.
Today, Purpusly is is a new immersive platform bringing together conscious consumers and underrepresented, purpose-driven brands from across the globe to create stronger social and environmental impacts. The platform serves creators and entrepreneurs whose businesses aim to elevate people and the planet by creating a space to build a Community and sell products with passion.
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Some of the causes that tugs on our heart and we gladly support!
The true state of homelessness in the US is just too much to go unnoticed. Florida alone accounts for 6% of homelessness.
1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have experience some form of physical violence by an intimate partner. (source: ncadv.org)
In 2018, The National Human Trafficking Hotline received more calls from California than any other state in the US, followed by Texas and Florida respectively. (source: dosomething.org)