Today, $165 million was donated to The Nature Conservancy by a tech billionaire couple. This generous donation is saving 24,000 acres of California coastline! “We want to inspire more people to give major contributions toward conservation, that’s the only reason we’ve chosen to share our involvement. We want to set an example. Conservation isn’t just... Continue Reading →
My first and favorite thrifted piece I found overseas 4 years ago, ft beautiful earrings given to me by sister-in-law 💚❤️
“Socially conscious goods handcrafted in San Francisco.” Portion of @futuregloryco’s proceeds go to organizations dedicated to rebuilding the lives of women. ・・・ Meet Sumi. Inspired by traditional eastern painting techniques. Individually hand painted and crafted in our Dogpatch studio. http://www.futureglory.co
Got this cute tote from @typoshop which donates money to schools in Uganda. The purchase of this tote specifically buys textbooks for the kids. I ❤️ corporate social responsibility!
Found a beautiful, sustainably designed spot to enjoy lunch at today! Behind the scenes, Facebook does A LOT to keep their campuses environmentally responsible. I’m always amazed at how sustainability is woven into the fabric of this company, everywhere I turn. Working at a company that keeps sustainability at the heart of everything they do... Continue Reading →
Did a double take then walked back around to this booth to stare at the bold colors on such beautiful jewelry! Check out @juliaturnerstudio: http://www.juliaturner.com
In my search for ethical rain boots, I came across a family owned business (119 years and counting) in Canada called Kamik! This company has manufactured all their products sustainably since day 1. 73% of their product is made in North America, they have a shoe recycling program for when your boots are worn out,... Continue Reading →
Absolutely floored by the beauty that stems from local shops! Today, I visited Heath Ceramics and their first ever Make Good Market, featuring 25 local vendors. I’ll blog about some of the vendors which caught my eye (but really, all of them were stunning).