Giving Back To Our Community, Environment & More

We believe in giving back to our local communities, supporting equal rights and preserving our greatest treasure - Mother Nature.

Below is a list of charitable organizations that also share our beliefs in some way. Each month a portion of our sales will go towards their mission. Let us know if you'd like to donate yourself! 

  • January: Little Traverse Bay Humane Society
    • Since 1951, LTBHS is a no-kill shelter that offers temporary homes for cats and dogs
  • February: Detroit Phoenix Center 
    • Provides critical resources, support and a safe, nurturing inclusive environment to high risk and homeless youth in Detroit
  • March: Women’s Resources 
    • A forward-thinking group of women founded women’s resource center of NOMI in 1977 to address critical unmet needs in the community
    • Advocates for social justice
    • Works to change the culture of violence
    • Protects and nurtures health and well being
    • Provides many specialized services for adults, children, and families to improve their lives.
  • April: Michigan No Kid Hungry
    • Goal is to end childhood hunger in MI
    • Launched in 2012 as a partnership with Share Our Strength, United Way for South East Michigan, and the State of Michigan
    • Connecting kids to nutrition programs and by educating low-income families to stretch their food budgets so that kids get healthy meals at home.
  • May: American Foundation Suicide Prevention
    • Focuses on eliminating the loss of life from suicide by delivering innovative prevention programs, educating the public, raising funds for suicide research and programs
  • June: Straights Pride
    • Locally on Mackinac Island, MI
    • All donations go toward programming/operating costs to increase visibility for the LGBTQ community in the area
    • 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization
  • July: Take 3 for the Sea 
    • Take 3 pieces of rubbish from the beach or any waterway and you have made a difference
  • August: Harbor Springs Opportunity Scholarship
    • Established in 2016 by three Harbor Springs High School alumni to support graduates of HSHS who wish to further their education
    • $1,000 scholarship awarded to one HSHS graduate each year
  • September: National Alopecia Areata Foundation
    • Help finding a cure or a treatment
    • Educate the public
    • 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1981
  • October: Hispanic Center of Western Michigan
    • Provide unmet social services to the Hispanic Community
    • Hispanic Center is able to directly serve more than 10,000 individuals annually
    • Located in the heart of the largest Latino neighborhood in Grand Rapids, MI
    • Non-profit(c)(3) community-based organization
  • November: Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians
  • December: Manna Food Project
    • Helps feed the hungry in Northwest Michigan
    • Funded entirely through the generosity of individuals, corporation, and foundations
    • Partner organization of the Feeding America Food Bank Network