PEACE BY PEACE COTTON Foundation (hereafter “PBP Foundation”) was established to support the conversion of Indian cotton farmers to organic cultivation and to support the return of farmers’ children to school, schooling and scholarships. The PEACE BY PEACE COTTON PROJECT was established to further expand the activities of the PEACE BY PEACE COTTON PROJECT. We hope that you will support the aims of the foundation and take this opportunity to get a membership.
For corporations and other organisations that support our activities, we offer two membership schemes: manufacturing members and supporting members.
In terms of manufacturing members, the members in this scheme can produce and sell PBP-certified end products and yarns. Currently, textile trading companies and apparel brands are enrolled. Please refer to ① the description for the production and sale of finished products and ② the minimum rules and supply chain flow indicated below.
This scheme is for companies and other organisations that do not deal in apparel products to participate in the PBP. The ways for the participation are based on membership fees and donations, but depending on the results of the donation, the company can proactively participate in supporting local activities.OUR PARTNERS
Membership fee: 300,000yen (not taxable)
Annual membership fee: 200,000yen (not taxable)
＊The annual membership fee for corporate members must be paid in one lump sum regardless of the month of admission.
＊Please make payment at the time of application for membership.
＊The transfer fee must be paid by the company.
＊If you wish to withdraw from membership, please inform us in writing. We will take the necessary procedures.
＊The admission fee and annual membership fee already paid cannot be refunded.
＊The admission fee is waived in the case of rejoining.
PEACE BY PEACE COTTON FOUNDATION
|Address||7-1 Shinkocho, Chuo-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo, 650-8660, Japan|
We sell products made from organic cotton produced in India with a fund attached to them, and use the fund to support cotton farmers in India to switch to organic farming and to support their children to return to school, and to access school with scholarships. The fund also allows the farmers to grow new organic cotton and create new products. We are engaged in such a circulation business.
Tatsuya Kasai, the current president of the company, was inspired by the idea that in India, where there are farmers who grow cotton, the raw material for clothing.
The earth is being seriously damaged by the large amount of chemical fertilisers, and pesticides and the harvest is decreasing year by year. 30,000 farmers commit suicide every year because of the debt to purchase pesticides and chemical fertilizers. Many children are working instead of going to school because their income is reduced and their life becomes more difficult. These facts led us to start the PEACE BY PEACE COTTON PROJECT, the predecessor of the PEACE BY PEACE COTTON FOUNDATION.
We publish our annual report and financial report.
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Currently, we have two types of corporate memberships: manufacturing members and supporting members.
Members can manufacture and sell PBP’s Indian organic cotton products. Currently, textile trading companies and apparel brands are members.
This is a system for companies that do not handle apparel products to join PBP.
Membership fees and donations are required to participate in the PBP, and you can proactively participate in supporting local activities through your donations.
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Admission fee: 300,000 yen (tax-exempt)
Annual membership fee: 200,000 yen (tax-exempt)
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We have been working with student organisations and educational institutions such as universities.
We plan to update this information from time to time in our news topics and feature articles.
Currently, this website introduces products from haco!
We are planning to release the products of other manufacturing members as well.
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