Companies may nod to the idea of “doing well by doing good” — at State Bags, that credo is core to its business. Scot and Jacq Tatelman founded the maker of stylish backpacks and other bags in 2013 out of a shared wish to help needy children. That same passion also fuels the company’s success, and has sustained the husband-and-wife duo through the ups and down of running a small business.  State Bags donates a snappy backpack pre-stocked with school and other supplies to kids who may not have a bag or lack the resources to buy one. Bags are distributed through partnerships with celebrities including Beyonce, Chance the Rapper and Jessica Alba, as well as through other channels. “It’s not just about a material handout,” said Scot, who’s background in the camp industry opened his eyes to the many local children who he saw carrying their belongings in ripped trash bags. “It’s more about getting them thinking about beating the odds that are often stacked up against them.” That sense of mission has been crucial in keeping State Bags, which is based in Brooklyn, New York, on the right track. “There have been so many tim...