UCLA Student Creates Nonprofit Startup with Mission to Help Feed the Hungry

Ryky Tran, now a fourth-year anthropology student, recently started his own nonprofit jeans company, Loyal Mission.

From The Daily Bruin:

“…Tran, now a fourth-year anthropology student, recently started his own nonprofit jeans company, Loyal Mission. The company partners with the Children’s Hunger Fund, a nonprofit organization that provides food and other resources to children around the world.

Through a program called “Buy 1 – Feed 1,” for every pair of jeans sold, Loyal Mission feeds a child for a year.

“Having been homeless and hungry myself, I know what it’s like for people to go hungry,” Tran said.

Tran approached CHF and expressed an interest to partner with them, said Janea Brown, marketing coordinator of CHF. The jeans are manufactured in downtown Los Angeles…”

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