Party with the founders of fresh

In 1946, chemist Earl Tupper created lightweight, non-breakable plastic containers, but at first, Tupperware didn't sell well in stores. The products were so innovative that customers needed demonstrations to understand how they worked.

Earl Tupper

Enter the elegant, audacious Brownie Wise. A friend gave her a set of Tupperware bowls from a hardware store, and she knew she’d found a home party sensation. Earl Tupper took notice of her wildly successful partying and asked Brownie to become his Vice President.

Brownie understood early on that women in an increasingly crazy world needed more options for making a good living. Under her leadership in the 1950s, Tupperware became well-known for offering American women expanded opportunities to earn an income, drive their careers and build their confidence.

Dubbed the “Tupperware effect,” our entrepreneurial opportunity is now sweeping the globe, helping women everywhere elevate their economic and social status. All 2.9 million Tupperware Brands Sales Force Members comprise a global force for female empowerment that would make Brownie really proud.

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Changing Lives for the Better

In the past five years alone, Hosts and customers like YOU have helped our Sales Force Members raise over $2.4 million for the Tupperware Brands Foundation, supporting organizations like the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Through the sale of designated fundraising items in the catalog and online, as well as rounding up your party order to the next highest dollar, you can also help to help change a life for the better.

For more information about the Tupperware Brands Foundation, please visit https://www.tupperwarebrands.com/csr/tupperware-brands-fund.