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We are thrilled to partner with so many wonderful organizations in support of their missions. We are thankful so many also give us the chance to practice the “Think Globally, Act Locally” credo.
Fed By Threads set out to inspire change & get us back to the roots of what America stands for: generosity, community, feeding the hungry, and making real goods for our national economy. Let's stop outsourcing jobs. Let's stop destroying the environment. Let's stop blaming the hungry for being hungry. We sacrifice profits to feed hungry Americans, revitalize U.S. garment manufacturing to create jobs, & use sustainable fabrics to protect our environment.
That is why Fed By Threads is the first and only humanitarian, sustainable, US-made clothing line & store in America that feeds 12 emergency meals to hungry Americans from each item sold.
Get your share of the $8.1 million for visual artists in each issue. Art contests, grants, juried art competitions, fellowships, residencies, public art commissions, art awards, more.
This grass-roots organization works to protect Alabama’s environment through advocacy, education, and preservation. It encourages everyone to engage in responsible, sustainable production and consumption.
Based in Switzerland, Arbonne creates personal care and wellness products that are pure and natural, with an eye towards sustainability. It takes an integrative approach to beauty that considers the skin, body, and mind.
Besides being great fun, this festival uses part of its proceeds to increase public awareness and understanding of stewardship practices along the Dolores River in Colorado, and to enhance the responsible enjoyment of this scenic river basin.
This 20-year-old program aims to help people get fit naturally through intensive but supportive fitness camps.
A member supported non-profit, Georgia Organics strives to bring healthy, sustainable, and locally grown food to all members of the state.
This Alabama-based center works to educate the public, industry professionals, and policymakers about environmentally sustainable living and inspire them to take action.
Jones Valley Urban Farm is one of the country’s top urban farms, growing organic food and flowers on three acres of land in downtown Birmingham, AL. Its extensive programs teach the community about healthy food and sustainable agriculture.
This 152-acre nature preserve and education center in Ogden, UT, teaches nature appreciation and stewardship through a wide variety of classes and workshops.
Housed at Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, AL, this educational facility is dedicated to showing inpiduals how to protect and improve their local environments. Its Community EcoScapes program turns abandoned lots into vibrant community parks that incorporate eco-friendly practices.
Sustainable Slumber is a website dedicated to helping eco-minded people get a good night's sleep. We give tips on how to make your home a place where you can sleep well and we recommend natural mattresses based on your needs and environmental values.
The Big Eco Directory features eco friendly and green shops, services and blogs.
Roll Tide! Founded in 1831, The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, AL, is the state’s oldest public college. We have had many opportunities to partner with the amazing students at this university, including bringing some to our office as interns and donating clothes and fabric to the Apparel Design Program and the Art Department.
If you want to see some of the best films on climbing, mountain sports, and mountain culture in general, this festival is your ticket. We are happy to donate T-shirts for this amazingly cool film festival.
Weeks Bay Foundation is a non-profit organization whose members provide assistance and support to the Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve's goals and programs. Half the proceeds from the Green Tees for Our Seas Contest Winner T-shirt sales go back to Weeks Bay Foundation.
These organizations promote environmental stewardship and sustainability as part of their mission. We think their mission is cool, and we respect what they do. We think you’ll find them interesting, too.
Helps preserve the remarkable Appalachian Trail, from Georgia to Maine.
Aims to bring more organic cotton and sustainable textiles to market.
Encourages global sustainability by promoting perse organic trade.
Promotes outdoor activities and environmental stewardship, especially among future generations.
Conserves and restores natural ecosystems, with a special focus on birds, for the benefit of humanity and the Earth’s biological persity.
Promotes the views and interests of America’s organic and socially responsible consumers.
Seeks to bring rural people and outdoor enthusiasts together to promote healthy living and the conservation of mountain resources.
Go to Raydiant Day to release limiting beliefs, reboot your motivation, and get into action creating a life you love. Members get access to a range of powerful Raydiant Pathways, free webinars, a directory of holistic services and sustainable products, and more.