Supporting People & Planet: vote for your favorite non-profit!

We’re donating a percentage of our 2013 profits, and want our customers’ help in choosing which organization to support. Read on for more information about five non-profits we think deserve our support, then cast your vote!

Girl Up

The Girl Up campaign educates and empowers American girls to help their sisters around the world. Girl Up participants have the opportunity to learn about global issues, develop leadership skills, and become advocates for girls and women in impoverished parts of the world. Learn more about Girl Up >>

Hesperian Health Guides

Hesperian Health Guides produces and distributes easy to read health information to people around the world. For 40 years, Hesperian has distributed a books including Where There is No Doctor to assist communities in providing necessary health care to individuals where there are no formal medical practitioners. Learn more about Hesperian Health Guides >>

Sustainable Health Enterprises (SHE)

Sustainable Health Enterprises (SHE) uses market-based solutions to solve problems in the developing world. Current SHE initiatives include SHE28, which helps women in Rwanda create their own businesses manufacturing eco-friendly menstrual pads–providing economic empowerment as well as a menstrual solution for the women of the community. Learn more about SHE >>

Environmental Working Group (EWG)

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) conducts environmental health research to inspire consumers, companies, and government to take action for a cleaner, safer world. EWG is the force behind the Skin Deep database, which educates consumers about the ingredients in their personal care products. Learn more about EWG >>

Women for Women International

Women for Women International works with women in war-torn areas including South Sudan, Rwanda, and Kosovo. Participants are enrolled in a one-year program to help them achieve economic independence, learn about their rights as women and victims of war, and become leaders in their communities. Learn more about Women for Women International >>