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Wearing Your Scrubs Never Felt So Good.

It’s simple, you’re buying scrubs anyway, so why not buy them and make a real difference? Our scrubs are the same you’ve always bought, and the same price you’d pay anywhere. Except that through Just Cause Scrubs, you’ll be doing so with a higher purpose.

50% of all net profits are given to our charity partners.

You’ll pay the same price you’ve been paying for the same scrubs you’ve been wearing.

We’ll gladly do customized embroidery.

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About the model.  Tanya Gee was a force in the state of SC.  She was a judge, a leader, a mother, a friend.  She lost her battle to cancer and was taken from us far too early but will always remain an inspiration to Just Cause Scrubs.

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Founders

When Dr. Scott Porter, a sarcoma surgeon, and his friends Marshall and Laura Johnson got together to discuss making an impact on the world through charity, an idea was born.

Scott was a rarity. He had both an MD and an MBA, so his business sensibilities and compassion were uniquely aligned in a way rarely found in clinical practice. Marshall was a serial entrepreneur with companies involved in the textile industry and a deep understanding of the logistics of the business.

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