Collaboration Report from the Co-CEOs

Blog Archives - Untours Foundation

Collaboration Report from the Co-CEOs

It’s just like that favorite meme of ours. How it started. How it’s going…. It’s time to check in to see how the dynamic duo at the helm of the Untours Foundation are getting on. Elizabeth says she is delighted by Jonathan’s energy and ideas. He’s jumped into so many aspects of the Untours Foundation

Read More...

Grant Blvd Gets Some Love (and Money) from Beyoncé

Grant Blvd is much more than a sustainable fashion brand. This brilliant Black-owned, Philadelphia-based apparel company make one-of-a-kind pieces from deadstock and upcycles thrift store cast-offs into beautiful clothing. Beyond this, Grant Blvd stands up for the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated, in its hiring practices, in some of its designs (like shirts that read “end

Read More...

Meet Jonathan Coleman, Our New Co-CEO

In November Jonathan Coleman joined longtime director Elizabeth Killough to help run the Untours Foundation. As the foundation’s new Co-CEO, Jonathan is working alongside Elizabeth (or at a social distance) to chart and execute a plan for growth and resilience in the foundation’s next chapter. He brings rich business and life experience, with an MBA

Read More...

Elizabeth Killough on the Off the Sideline Podcast: Mission-Aligned Investing

The Untours Foundation’s longtime director Elizabeth Killough recently sat down with Technical.ly Assistant Editor Stephen Babcock to talk about impact investing for the Off the Sideline podcast. She spoke about mission-aligned investing, and how the Untours Foundation invests its endowment to fund solutions to real word problems. The Untours Foundation is leading the movement and

Read More...

Meet the Investee: Dana Donofree of AnaOno

For Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, we held a powerful, loving and inspiring conversation with Dana Donofree about her business, AnaOno. The Untours Foundation was an early supporter of this venture. Dana, a breast cancer survivor herself, creates feminine, comfortable undergarments for cancer patients, cancer survivors, and women who want better options. She set

Read More...

Meet the Investee: Rachel Faller of tonlé

We recently hosted a Zoom conversation with Rachel Faller the founder of tonlé, a sustainable fashion label with all the right style and values. Working in Cambodia on a Fulbright scholarship, Rachel saw the impacts of fast fashion first hand, and she struck a new path. Her clothing line is zero waste, though we would

Read More...