Whether you are a longtime wearer or just discovering how good your feet can feel with Superfeet, you may not be surprised to learn that Superfeet support extends beyond just insoles. We take pride in giving back to global causes as well as our local community.
Superfeet donates 1% of annual sales and over 1,000 volunteer hours to a variety of organizations helping to shape a strong foundation for a healthy future, both for people and the planet.
Part of our annual giving includes awarding grants to organizations based near our headquarters in Whatcom County, Washington. The twelve grant recipients chosen for 2023 include organizations working to protect and restore important plant and animal habitats, provide food and housing to people experiencing homelessness and food insecurity, encourage and facilitate access to the outdoors for underserved communities, and so much more.
Check out the 2023 Superfeet local grant recipients below!
2023 Local Grant Spotlight Organizations
Wild salmon runs are declining in Whatcom County but the NSEA is working to change that through habitat preservation and community education. The Superfeet grant will help fund the Stream Stewards Program, sustaining efforts to restore forested riparian areas along local rivers and help facilitate volunteer engagement.
The Ferndale Food Bank supports community members right here in our hometown, serving all with dignity, respect and understanding. The Superfeet grant will go toward a food delivery program for migrant workers, providing dried goods and produce boxes to over 200 people during the summer high season.
Skookum Kids supports everyone involved in foster care, including kids, foster parents, and biological parents ready to reunite with their children. Camp Skookum, which the Superfeet grant helps support, is an annual four-day retreat where recently reunited biological families can reconnect and heal together while experiencing time in the outdoors.
Our Other Fantastic 2023 Local Grant Recipients
Superfeet grant funds will help support tree planting and aftercare along with educational opportunities and additional staff members.
Veterans organization Growing Veterans created the Green Zone, a community garden with no barriers to entry, making it more inclusive for all. The Superfeet grant will go toward equipment, materials and supplies for the garden.
The Superfeet grant will help provide over 20,000 hours of access to the outdoors for local Latine, Migrant, Multilingual and Newcomer youth in 2024.
Recreation Northwest is building a public, outdoor classroom with a covered pavilion – all made possible with the Superfeet grant.
With help from the Superfeet grant, the Higbee Hikers program promotes and improves access to outdoor spaces for underserved populations.
The Superfeet grant will help YWCA’s mission to find permanent housing for women experiencing homelessness.
Superfeet support goes toward the Emergency Funds Assistance program, providing basic needs and services to families who are struggling to stay housed, stay healthy or stay together.
The Superfeet grant will go toward the operation of a community garden in spring and summer of 2024 along with support the hygiene program at the Resource Center.
Superfeet support will help break down the barriers keeping women from experiencing the outdoors, including kickstarting a gear library initiative and supporting the Adventure by Foot program.