Supra Endura, founded in 2013 by Gabrielle Mandel, was created with a dream of designing a unique collection of one-of-a-kind prints. Founder Gabrielle also wanted to be able to give back to her community, and openly embraced the idea that for every item sold she would donate a portion back to non-profits that were centered around social justice issues.
Dedicated to making women feel good and also doing good, she launched her podcast Supra Endura Creative conversations in 2018. The podcast centers around chronicling the creative journey of fellow entrepreneurs she has come to know and admire. Currently residing and working in West Philadelphia, one of Gabrielle’s many passions is focusing on doing her part to reduce carbon emissions.
Supra Endura added a self-imposed carbon tax for every product they sell, and when you shop the Supra Endura collection $1-2 dollars will go back to Cool Effect, a registered 501(C)(3) nonprofit. Cool Effect works on a range of global projects that are carefully selected, meticulously analyzed, and scientifically verified to reduce carbon emissions. Gorgeous designs and a dedication to social impact, Supra Endura is both inspiring and aesthetically pleasing.