About Val Emanuel
Val Emanuel describes herself as a Climate Activist, Mother, Founder and she brings it all together as the CEO of Rif CARE. After a health scare Val decided to explore a more holistic approach to healthcare and the result? Rif CARE, a carbon neutral feminine hygiene brand using Hemp fiber in their period products.
“We are a 100% BIPOC women owned small business. Every purchase of Rif helps our mission of lowering our carbon footprint, one period at a time.”
What They Do
Val and her team are solving problems regarding safety in women's products as well as environmental degradation from the use of synthetic and energy/ water-intensive materials. Rif CARE also gives back by donating 2% of all sales to women through programs that support and uplift victims of family violence, and sexual assault.
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