Hebany Foundation, based in India, has decided to launch a solidarity campaign whereby one hundred percent of the profits from the sale of its single-use latex gloves will go to India.

These gloves are organic and ecological, the latex with which they are made comes from the rubber tree of the state of Kerala and after use it decomposes quickly. Being a natural product it is more respectful with the environment than those made with nitrile that take thousands of years to decompose. The latex is found in the bark of the tree, so it does not suffer any damage to its growth after its extraction.
For months, the company has been managing the start-up of the Hebany Foundation, with the construction of a first educational center in Kerala with the option of accommodation for the most disadvantaged children. The profit from the sale of these gloves will be used entirely for this project.