Home The-a-list Pam Baer Launches For Goodness Sake, A Change For The Greater Good

“I have always had a passion for giving back, and For Goodness Sake is founded on the principle that each of us can be a positive force by making a bigger difference.” – Pam Baer, founder, For Goodness Sake

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Pam Baer is not only a mother of four and the better half of San Francisco Giants president Larry Baer, she has a mission of her own: to give back and serve as a change maker for the common good. Baer announced the launch of her charitable venture, For Goodness Sake, a new social enterprise that promotes charitable giving through its mobile gallery and e-commerce site.

For Goodness Sake connects brands, consumers and non-profits in a progressive way while enabling individuals to give back at every level, every day. The company curates a collection of discerning products and donates a minimum of 25% of net proceeds to its cause partners that support the underserved as well as health, environmental and educational initiatives. The company will work with non-profits and socially responsible companies in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Pam leads For Goodness Sake with her passion for connecting people to philanthropies with purpose and her 25-plus years of direct marketing experience for Fortune 500 companies. She is on the executive board of San Francisco General Hospital Foundation, serves on the San Francisco Giants Community Fund Board and is on the advisory counsel to many other charitable causes.

“I have always had a passion for giving back, and For Goodness Sake is founded on the principle that each of us can be a positive force by making a bigger difference,” said Baer. “With the launch of our mobile gallery and website, For Goodness Sake is transforming how consumers, brands, and non-profits interact. As change makers, our team believes in doing business by doing good through the power of giving. Our mission is to connect people and brands with charitable causes. We raise funds for our cause partners and help individuals discover their passions for service and giving back.”

The mobile gallery is outfitted with an eco-friendly energy system and a shopping friendly set up. It serves as an important launch pad for community engagement, traveling to select locations for public and private events. The mobile gallery invites individuals to gather, donate and join the conversation on how they can take action and discover their passions for service and giving back. Ultimately, For Goodness Sake aims to reach the global community to come together for the common good.

Just in time for the holidays, in early December, For Goodness Sake will launch its e-commerce website where shoppers can seamlessly purchase products while giving back to charity. Those who want to be one of the first to shop can sign up at www.forgoodsake.org. For Goodness Sake’s website is now accepting email sign ups and offers a sneak peak at upcoming collections. For Goodness Sake will launch nationally in 2015. To follow and learn where the mobile gallery will make its next appearance, visit For Goodness Sake, Facebook, Twitter @4GoodSake, or Instagram.