Look WHAT you DID!
with each purchase made, these numbers will continue to grow
PROTECT OUR WINTERS
We found POW a few years ago and signed up as supporters right away! It was after this, that we were inspired to do more for all of the non-profits out there working to make the world a better place for all. Our Winter Warrior Bracelet has helped give back more then we ever thought possible.
Protect Our Winters is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that engages and mobilizes the outdoor sports community to lead the fight against climate change through educational initiatives, political advocacy and community-based activism. Founded by pro snowboarder Jeremy Jones in 2007, Protect Our Winters works with businesses, athletes and the community to harness the collective power of the outdoor sports industry to take meaningful action against climate change. For more information, visit www.protectourwinters.org The information above was provided by POW with permission to post.
Thank you for helping us donate to the Sierra Club and all that they stand for. With our aromatherapy Forest Explorer Bracelet sales, and our monthly donations we have been able to give back more than ever!
THE NATURE CONSERVANCY
Supporting The Nature Conservancy with the Bee The Change Bracelet has been our pleasure. Each donation with purchase has added to our monthly base contribution. Thank you for being the change.
HUMANE SOCIETY OF USA
Supporting The Humane Society with the Animal Companion Bracelet, our latest product launch. Each donation with purchase has added to our monthly base contribution. Thank you for changing the life of an animal.
Our upcycled market totes are created with burlap from Aldea Coffee and cotton material squares from The Shade Shop. Over 10% of each bag purchased goes back to Aldea Development and the amazing work they do in Honduras.
SAVE THE CATWALK GRAND HAVEN, MI
We designed a postcard specifically to donate to the Save the Catwalk Fundraiser in Grand Haven, MI. With the Help of Carlyn & CO. downtown grand haven and The Shade Shop in Grand Rapids, we raised over $200.