About our Social Enterprise

organic lotion in production


BeechTree is a non-profit social enterprise employing individuals with and without brain injury to work in a community-integrated business. Our employees design the artwork displayed on our products and package each order by hand. Everyone who contributes to the social enterprise known as BeechTree is paid using proceeds of sales.

Each year in the United States alone, 2.5 million people sustain a traumatic brain injury. The leading cause of traumatic brain injury is falls, followed by sports and recreation injuries, and then motor vehicle crashes. Non-traumatic brain injuries can be caused by brain tumors, infections, exposure to toxins, and strokes. Altogether there are 13.5 million Americans living with brain injury.

Brain injuries cause changes in the brain that can uniquely affect thinking, feeling, behavior, and the ability to perform in everyday life. Some common effects of brain injury include:

• Memory impairment
• Difficulty with executive functions, such as planning, problem solving, evaluating
• Loss of fine motor skills, such as tying shoes, writing, typing
• Physical challenges, such as walking, running
• Sensory motor impairments, such as loss of appetite or smell
• Difficulty in communicating

 BeechTree winning award for social enterprise

ABOVE: BeechTree receives 2nd place award in the 2019 "Workforce Development" category at the Social Innovations Journal recognition event!!

At BeechTree, we place on emphasis on providing our customers with the best skin care products made with love and organic ingredients. BeechTree unifies and strengthens America's workforce in a meaningful way.




BeechTree worker making aloe sanitizer


employee backstory


social enterprise workers making soap and lotion



BeechTree production worker image


BeechTree organic skincare production worker




If you would like to learn more about brain injury please visit the Brain Injury Association of America website 

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