We’ve always said we’re values-driven first and business-y second. We want to do good for the people who use our products and to inspire change. That’s why we redistribute 5% percent or more of our monthly sales to causes that are important to us. We give in the following areas—Earth & Nature, Social Justice, Animal Justice—and rotate causes monthly, so we can respond to urgent need.
Redbud Resource Group
Helps organizations, institutions and employers become valued partners with Native communities through academic research, curriculum, cultural consulting and other customized resources that reflect the needs and desires of local Native communities.
Sacramento Community Fridges is a mutual aid network within Sacramento, CA comprised of a collection of fridges and pantries for community members to take what they need and leave what they can.
Cultural Fire Management Council (CFMC)
A community-based organization furthering Indigenous land stewardship through fire use and cultural resource management. Their mission is to facilitate the practice of cultural burning on the Yurok Reservation and ancestral lands in so-called Northern California. Their work with “good fire” will lead to a healthier ecosystem for plants and animals, long-term fire protection for residents, and it will provide a platform that will in turn support the traditional hunting and gathering activities of Yurok people.
A community of people that host educational events and trainings, direct actions, and a variety of resources and programs that provide support for those in need including asylum seekers, immigrant families, low-income community members, and detained activists. NorCal Resist is dedicated to fighting injustice while building infrastructure against oppression and making a positive impact in local communities.
The Lavender Library
A volunteer-run lending library, archive, and community space in Midtown Sacramento that offers LGBTQ+ books, films, and more.
This 300-mile annual trek is a prayerful journey led by Chief Caleen Sisk of the Winnemem Wintu Tribe through the Sacramento River-Bay Delta watershed. A collective of Indigenous women, activists and allies follow the ancestral path of salmon as they lay down prayers for the return of the Chinook salmon as well as raise awareness about policies and issues that threaten water, fish and Indigenous lifeways.
Cut Fruit Collective
A San Francisco Bay Area grassroots group that is driven by art, community, and a shared love of food. The collective creates art for AAPI community care and envisions a colorful future where all AAPI communities thrive and feel seen, heard, and celebrated. Cut Fruit Collective supports Bay Area AAPI through meal distribution programs, funds for Oakland Chinatown businesses affected by fire, grants for QTAAPI artists, and murals for AAPI small businesses.
Yisrael Family Urban Farm
A Black-owned family operation that is #TransformingTheHood4Good (GOOD = Growing Our Own Destiny) by using urban agriculture as a tool for community engagement, empowerment and employment.
Little Hill Sanctuary
An organization located on California’s Central Coast where they provide permanent sanctuary to more than 100 animals rescued from abuse, neglect and slaughter.
Sacramento Homeless Union
An organization in our community that does a lot of on-the-ground mutual aid for our unhoused population.
Sogorea Te’ Land Trust
Sogorea Te’ Land Trust is a women-led land trust that facilitates the return of Indigenous land to Indigenous people.
East Oakland Collective
A community/member owned and operated mutual aid network that focuses on feeding folks, supporting them in access to housing, and empowering the community through education and a financial lending circle for members.
Dig Deep’s Navajo Water Project brings water and electricity to Americans without access.
An organization working to disassemble colonial culture and develop a modern culture of healing and regeneration. They want to help people remember their role as caregivers and lovers of our collective EarthBody, through the practice of gardening and farming.
Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center
The Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center is a hub of resources, education, community building, advocacy, and organizing, with the goal of building more resilient networks in our community.
A Growing Culture
A Growing Culture empowers farmers to define and shape the food system.
For the GWORLS
For the GWORLS is an NYC-based grassroots org that supports Black trans people in gender affirming surgeries, medical needs and paying rent.
AfroVegan Society is a Black-led nonprofit that provides free resources like recipes, cooking workshops and more to help historically marginalized communities access a vegan lifestyle.
Ocean Conservancy is an international organization working alongside environmental leaders, politicians and Indigenous tribes to clean up and protect the world’s oceans.
Black Voters Matter
An organization in the South that mobilizes Black communities to get out the vote, fight voter suppression and advocate for voters’ rights at the polls.
Lebanese Red Cross
In September, we donated to Lebanese Red Cross to aid victims of the August 4, 2020, Beirut blast. The goal of the Lebanese Red Cross is to promote peace, serve Lebanese society, and alleviate human suffering with neutrality and without any racial, sexual, social, religious or political discrimination.
The Conscious Kid & Black Trans Protestors Emergency Fund
In June, we donated to two organizations that are actively working to create an antiracist society. We started our monthly recurring donation to Black Lives Matter.
Black Lives Matter & The Bail Project
In response to the murders of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd (and many others), and in solidarity with the global uprising for Black lives, we donated to these two organizations in May.
Sylvia Rivera Law Project
SRLP is a collective organization founded on the understanding that gender self-determination is inextricably intertwined with racial, social and economic justice. They seek to increase the political voice and visibility of low-income people and people of color who are transgender, intersex, or gender non-conforming. SRLP works to improve access to respectful and affirming social, health, and legal services for these communities.
WIRES Australian Wildlife Rescue
As millions of acres of Australia burned, WIRES was on the frontlines of animal rescue. It is estimated that 1.25 billion animal lives were lost (and counting). WIRES continues to save lives and rehabilitate wild animals in their care.
The Edible Schoolyard
Alice Waters’ organization, The Edible Schoolyard, makes free sustainable lunch for public school kids a right not a privilege.
One Tree Planted
One Tree Planted is on a mission for global reforestation. They work with communities and individuals to help the environment by doing something simple and beautiful—planting trees.
More Past Gives:
- Amazon Watch
- American Civil Liberties Union
- The Bowery Mission
- Born Free USA
- Black Live Matter
- The Breast Cancer Charities
- Breast Treatment Task Force
- Camp Aranu'tiq
- Catskill Animal Sanctuary
- Center for Biological Diversity
- Coalition for Healthy School Food
- Farm Sanctuary
- National Center for Transgender Equality
- The Navajo Water Project
- The Ocean Cleanup
- One Tree Planted
- Orangutan Foundation International
- Planned Parenthood
- RAICES Texas
- Sierra Club
- Sylvia Rivera Law Project
- Trans Lifeline
- Woodstock Farm Sanctuary