Student-founded socially conscious running apparel company

Michael Burnstein
Michael Burnstein, Arts & Sciences Class of '12

Janji is a socially conscious running shorts business created by members of the Washington University in St. Louis cross country team.

Janji aims to make a global impact on the food and water crisis through its running apparel. The design of the shorts is based on the flags of the countries that the apparel benefits, including Kenya and Haiti. With each piece of apparel sold proceeds go directly toward sustainable solutions.

 For instance, eight days of nutrition are supplied when a runner buys a pair of the Haiti shorts. 

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