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Young Black Entrepreneurs Launch Eco Friendly Candle Brand Available At Macys

According to the Washington Post, brothers Collin, 13, Ryan, 10, and Austin Gill, 8, started their candle business Frères Branchiaux for two reasons: to afford the Nerf guns and video games they wanted and, more importantly, to help raise money to combat homelessness in the District.

“I want to give back to the community because they gave to us,” Ryan says.

The brothers donate 10 percent of their proceeds to homeless shelters in the area, a promise they’ve kept since launching Frères Branchiaux in 2017.

Demand has grown rapidly for their scented, soy-based candles, which can be purchased at several stores in D.C. and at select Macy’s across the country.

The Gill brothers are pretty busy with school and their business, so they would make the most of a D.C. dream day and explore some of their favorite places around the city, along with a few new ones.

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Tony McDonald February 22, 2019 at 8:05 pm

Please feature VaVichi Clothiers black owned fashion brand doing awesome things in the community!!! check them out at https://www.instagram.com/vavichiclothiers/

Browse their plush product line here
http://www.vavichionline.com

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