It's Rainier in WA
Designed by Seattle-based artist Kate George, this patch captures Washington’s most iconic peak, Mt. Rainier. Originally referred to as Tacoma or Tahoma, meaning “mother of waters” by indigenous tribes in the area, all you need to do is stand in the presence of this volcano surrounded by lush meadows to be blown away (hopefully not literally) by nature’s grandeur.
Peel and stick embroidered patch (NO iron or sewing necessary)
*A portion of the proceeds are donated to a local nonprofit in Washington and to the artist that designed this patch, scroll down for more details on your impact - #givewhereyougo
Where your money goes
With an increasing number of companies pledging x % of their profits to charity, it can be hard to tell how much impact your purchase is really making. We’d rather things be clear as sunrise on a mountain top, after a long hike with good friends, and some coffee….mmm. What were we talking about again?
- ~$1 to artists and designers
- ~$2 to grassroots nonprofits
- ~$2 materials and manufacturing
The rest of your purchase goes towards everything else that it takes to run a business including office space, fulfillment, storage, labor costs, taxes, etc.
Our impact strategy is focused on getting funds to the frontlines of change, to grassroots leaders and organizations that are from the communities they serve. These changemakers are often overlooked by donors despite being incredibly effective at building a better world. Learn more about our impact model and the nonprofits we support.