We’ve seen first hand how extreme poverty denies so many people of the chance to fully use their talents. That’s why we're moved to invest 50% of our profits towards elevating humanity. Nope, that’s not a typo.

At Latitude, we invest 50% of our profits towards elevating humanity.

As a social enterprise, we’ve invested more than $3.6 million in sustainable programs around the world. To make the greatest impact possible, we work with best-in-class non-profit partners and focus on essential categories: food, water, safety, education, microfinance, and health.

Because we believe that purpose elevates talent, our team travels to the developing world once a year to walk alongside the people we serve. It’s the kind of life-changing experience that breaks your heart and puts it back together again, all at once.

Our single greatest commitment at Latitude is to serve others around the world. It drives us to do our very best work for our clients everyday. ”

- Jeremy Carroll, president

Every day is an opportunity to change the world. These stories are proof of that.

Siltane

Siltane is a fierce Haitian girl who bravely escaped slavery at the age of 12. Now she lives in Gonaives, Haiti, and is able to thrive in school because she is well fed. Siltane is just one of the many recipients benefiting from more than 2,290,000 meals we’ve provided for those without access.

Isaac

Isaac wants to be a pilot when he grows up. Now that he has the opportunity to go to school in his hometown of Titanyen, Haiti, he’ll be empowered to soar. Isaac is one of over 3,330 children who have had the opportunity to attend school, all because people believe that business can change the world.

Nathaniel

Nathaniel lives in Kakata, Liberia, where clean water wasn’t always available. Thanks to the well that was installed at his school, he no longer has to worry about getting sick from drinking dirty water. Nathaniel is one of the many recipients benefiting from more than 18,900,000 gallons of water delivered and he is one of the 102,000+ people served through wells.

We work with best-in-class non-profit partners to reach more people with the hopes to eliminate extreme poverty. ”

- Krista carroll, Co-founder & CEO

Rani

Rani and her siblings were rescued from a brick factory in Bangalore, where they were forced to work up to 20 hours a day in sweltering heat and horrendous conditions. She is grateful to finally be free and involved in recovery programs. There have been over 3,300 people who have been rescued from bonded or sex slavery, thanks to partnerships with our clients and non-profits, like International Justice Mission.

Jose

Jose lives in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and works hard to provide for her family. Since receiving a microloan, she was able to add corn and plantain dough to her product offering, which resulted in an 80% increase in her income. Jose is one of the more than 1,400 microloan recipients who have received loans building and expanding their businesses.

 

Investing in sustainable change for local and global communities.

Water

To provide ongoing access to clean hydration, we deliver desperately needed water in crisis situations, as well as in long-term sustainable solutions such as wells.

Food

To feed communities and promote self-sufficiency, we fund sustainable agriculture and emergency relief programs around the world.

Education

Education helps communities thrive and halt the cycle of poverty, so we work to empower people in K-12 education and provide intensive business training programs.

Freedom

We work to strengthen justice systems and fund rescue missions that free women and children held in sex and bonded slavery.

Microloans

We fund microloans for female entrepreneurs in some of the poorest areas of the world, empowering them to provide for their families and create jobs in their communities.

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