Monbrigo designs and manufactures baby products featuring original work by talented artists. Fifty percent of our profits feed right back into the community—towards artist support, edible education, and regenerative food-growing programs.

Original Artwork

Each of our new baby product collections features original work by a different artist. Through this rotating artist program, we are able to provide artists from a wide range of backgrounds with a platform for their work. And by sharing their imaginative designs with us, these artists, in turn, support our goal of giving back to the community.
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Nourishing the Community

Monbrigo prides itself on being a socially responsible company. Our mission is to join with other dedicated organizations to help combat two significant problems plaguing our country today—lack of access to healthy food and the decline of arts education—by funding and creating proactive programs.
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Follow Your Dollar

Our customers care about not only what goes into the products they buy, but also what comes out of them. For each item sold at Monbrigo, 50% of the profits feed right back into the community—towards programs that align with our mission, such as arts education, food education, community-garden building, and our Warehouse Initiative.
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Original Artwork

Original Artwork

Good design is at the core of everything Monbrigo does. We couldn’t offer these uniquely beautiful products without the gifted artists who make them come alive. Through our rotating artist program, we benefit from the creative talents of well-known, little-known, and unknown artists who, in turn, endorse our mission of giving back. We are proud to support the arts community by providing these artists with a platform for their work and by sharing some of the profits.

Each of our new collections features original work by a different artist. For our debut line of bibs, artist Tricia Rosensohn has provided colorful renditions of animals, plants, and fruits. In the future, we plan to add onesies, swaddle cloths, and more. In all of our lines, you’ll find high-quality products with innovative designs, manufactured consciously and responsibly from start to finish. We keep the environment in mind—we only produce what is needed. So if you see something you like, grab it while you can and help make a difference! Though our artist collaborations only last a season, our baby basics are available year-round.

What you can expect from our products:

  • High-quality, digitally printed artwork
  • 94% cotton / 6% spandex
  • Two layers of fabric for ultimate absorbency
  • Two snaps to allow versatility in fit
  • Easy care—just machine wash in cold water and tumble dry on low
  • Made in L.A.
  • Packaging made from at least 40 to 60% post-consumer recycled fibers
  • Packaging certified by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative, which ensures that all of the fiber comes from responsibly managed forests

 

Nourishing the Community

Nourishing the Community

Our mission is to donate half of our profits to the greater good. Specifically, we focus on two significant problems plaguing our country today: lack of access to healthy food and the decline of arts education.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture projects that more than 6.5 million American children live in food deserts. Food deserts are defined as areas without ready access to fresh, healthy, and affordable food. By donating some of our profits to organizations that construct and maintain community gardens and urban farms in underserved neighborhoods, we hope to support programs that provide sustainable sources of healthy food.

A recent report by the U.S. Department of Education estimated that approximately 6 million students in public elementary and middle schools are not currently offered arts or music classes. Schools in inner-city and rural areas are especially affected, despite multiple studies showing that the integration of arts education with core curriculum leads to improved math and reading scores, increased attendance, and a decreased need for disciplinary action. We are proud to donate to organizations that promote and provide arts education to communities and schools in need. And we support the arts as a whole by funding the artists we work with as well as other artistic organizations.

Follow Your Dollar

Follow Your Dollar

For each of our baby products that is sold, 50% of the profits feed right back into our communities: 45% to our food initiatives and 5% back to the arts community. From edible education to regenerative food-growing programs, the projects your purchases fund are part of creating a healthier, more sustainable food culture for all.

25% to Project Gardens

Knowing how to grow your own food is an important part of staying healthy. With the assistance of other dedicated local organizations, we construct and maintain gardens in underserved communities in order to provide them with sustainable sources of healthy food. Our giving partners Farmscape and Ourfoods help with designing these amazing gardens and educating people about how to manage them on a long-term basis.
Learn more about current and upcoming projects . . .

15% to the Warehouse Initiative

Our Warehouse Initiative aims to stimulate the installation of large food-growing warehouses in inner-city areas all around the United States. These warehouses can be home to a variety of innovative food-growing systems, including aquaponics, hydroponics, and raised-bed gardens. The food can be enjoyed by the community as well as sold at farmers markets to fund the maintenance of the program. In the future, we also envision using some of the grown food for a "Monbrigo Farms" organic baby food line that will be sold to fund the program’s expansion or given away to local organizations in need. The possibilities are endless!
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5% to Edible Education

We believe that learning about food production and consumption should be a fundamental part of any young person’s education. Teaching children how to grow, harvest, and prepare food ensures a healthier, more sustainable future for our new generations. We are happy to donate funds to schools and children's organizations who have developed programs that closely align with our mission: promoting smart eating habits and providing food education.
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5% to the Arts

We return 5% of the profits to devoted members of the arts community, including the gifted artists who make our products come alive.
Read about our rotating artist program . . .