Category Archives: Conscious Capitalism

March Charity Highlight: The Salvation Army

During these unprecedented times, good news is more than welcome. It’s important to remember the men and women who are lifting up communities and advocating for the marginalized in a time where it can be easy to think “every man … Continue reading

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Monthly Charity Highlight

We at ZumaOffice.com believe that business also involves doing good work within our community and the world, where we use our capital to help others and champion the marginalized. It’s important to us that we constantly highlight the charities that … Continue reading

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ZumaOffice.com Featured In Austin Giving Back Story

Business Philantropy is Growing and Making a Difference The Austin American Statesman featured an article this weekend highlighting giving back in Austin. Using statistics from a new report from Rodman and Associates on philanthropy in Austin, the article explains how … Continue reading

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A Charities View on Zuma Giving Back

The Salvation Army’s John Welton Discusses How Office Supplies Can Make a Difference. Earlier this year, Zuma Office Supply was recognized by Austin Gives as one of the top philanthropic businesses in Austin along with eBay and the Coffee Bean … Continue reading

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Office Supplies Can Make a Difference – Zuma Charity Support Update

As an office supplies company that hopes to make a difference, Zuma is committed to being transparent with our charitable contributions, and to provide updates of our donations to the wonderful charities we support.  We believe that “business” has the … Continue reading

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Office Products, Conscious Capitalism and How We Can Make A Difference

Although typically unexciting, office supplies are the fuel that keeps business running.  Where would a company be without the hanging folders, ink jet cartridges, pens and printer paper that people need to perform their daily tasks and be productive in … Continue reading

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How Office Supplies Help Military Families – The Fisher House Foundation

How do office products and supporting our US military families in need go together? Zuma Office Supply is proud to include the Fisher House Foundation as one of our supported charities. Because members of the military and their families are … Continue reading

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Office Supplies That Do Good Work – In Your Office & Your Community

Zuma Office Supply’s tagline and mantra is “Do Good Work”. The mission is to help you do good work in your office by supplying you quality office products at low prices, and just as importantly to help do good work … Continue reading

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How Office Supplies Help Great Causes: The V Foundation & Office Products

Typically the terms office supplies and cancer do not go together. Office supplies are the necessary tools businesses need to stay productive and accomplish tasks, and virtually everyone’s family has been touched by the struggles and pain of cancer. The … Continue reading

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Conscious Capitalism Makes A Difference – Business Can Create Positive Change

The term “Conscious Capitalism” is relatively new, and refers to a movement of socially conscious companies and business leaders that believe that business has both the ability and responsibility to be agents of positive social change. When you think about … Continue reading

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