We understand the consumer goods business contributes to the problems of the climate crisis and social justice issues, we will give back more than we take.

We are partnering with various organizations to contribute in the most effective ways, while also cleaning up and supporting our local supply chain.

We are members of 1% for the planet, and we will be contributing an additional 1% to causes we feel tackle these issues in the most effective way.

We will work with these organizations to volunteer our time and services to their causes.

We will work to reduce waste, raw materials, energy consumption and even eventually take CO2 out of the air and put it back into our beverages.

We will remove more than we produce.

We will work to build up our entire beverage community by sharing our knowledge and resources to tackle industry wide change.

We will include sustainability in every business decision we make, from our merch to our beverages.

We have included links to all of our partner organizations, companies we work with who share values, and ones that help offset carbon emissions.

We have also made it as easy as possible to include opportunities for you to plant additional trees with every purchase from our website through Tree Canada.

We are not always perfect as a company or as human beings, so please reach out if you have new ideas or feedback, we would love to hear it.


How you can give back

The issues of climate and social justice are not geographically, or demographically unique. We all need to come together to find solutions.

You can support local whenever possible.

You can choose to support companies doing good with your dollars.

You can educate yourself on issues and ask questions. We recommend books such as Let My People Go Surfing.

You can consider volunteering with organizations like the ones we partner with. We are happy to connect you.

You can start a company that is about more than profit. We are happy to help you.

You can hold us accountable.

"I'm trying to run this company like it is going to be here a hundred years from now. That's what's important."

Yvon Chouinard (Founder of Patagonia)