Alltham is organized as a “for benefit” corporation, authorized in its charter to pursue social good as well as profit. Our company charter, as registered in the State of Delaware, states, in part:
"The purpose of the corporation shall be -- to build healthy communities, create jobs, and combat the social and economic ill effects of chronic joblessness in communities across America –
- by facilitating purchases of products manufactured in those communities from American-sourced components and materials through the operation of an online retail marketplace and other channels of sales and marketing and by other means; [and] . . .
- by supporting the training of veterans and other Americans in skilled manufacturing jobs in the production of such products . . . ."
How we’re organized: Made in America Again
Alltham is the commercial arm of Made in America Again, a movement whose goal is to build healthy American communities and create six million jobs by moving $500 billion in American consumer spending from foreign products to products made in those communities.
In addition to Alltham, P.B.C., Made in America again also includes two non-profit organizations, one promoting education and awareness of the offshoring problem and its solutions, (MIAA Aware) and the other advocating clear country of origin labeling laws (MIAA Action). Members of MIAA Aware and MIAA Action are encouraged to buy American-made goods via Alltham and other channels. (For further information, please visit www.miaa.us, www.miaa-aware.org, and www.miaa-action.net.)