With every Superfeet purchase, you are making a difference. Each year, Superfeet donates 1% of sales and 1,000+ volunteer hours to organizations working to shape a healthy future. This year, we included some of the Superfeet ambassador team in our corporate giving intiatives, asking them to help us identify organizations that are doing meaningful, important work. The mix of organizations they chose is just as varied as our amazing ambassador team.
We invite you to learn more about some of these incredible non-profit organizations. We couldn't be happier to lend them some extra support.
Northwest Harvest provides nutritious, culturally-appropriate food to anyone in need, while respecting people’s dignity and promoting good health. Growing food justice helps to alleviate food insecurity. Northwest Harvest distributes an average of two million meals each month to a broad partner network across the state in areas of greatest need. Superfeet Ambassador Christine McHugh: "I volunteer at Northwest Harvest every week and have been a regular volunteer for the last 7-ish year (and I always wear my Superfeet when volunteering!)."
Dress for Success Worldwide + Superfeet Ambassador Athena Fleming
About Dress for Success Worldwide
The mission of Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
Still I Run + Superfeet Ambassadors Amy Margolis & David Wilson
About Still I Run
One in every five Americans will experience a mental health condition in a given year. Mental illness is prevalent through our society — chances are if you don’t have a mental illness, you know someone who does. Mental illness is a disease that does not discriminate. It can affect anyone and it cannot be prevented. Still I Run offers various programs to educate others about running for mental health, raise mental health awareness, provide encouragement to others and help people experiencing hardship get started in their running journey.
Cowiche Canyon Conservancy is a non-profit land trust in Yakima, Washington that protects local shrub-steppe habitat – a unique landscape made up of sagebrush and grasslands, flowering meadows, oak woodlands, and basalt cliffs. They also own and manage over 5,000 acres of land and provide more than 30 miles of running and mountain biking trails for outdoor recreation. They truly are an amazing organization and without them, our community would not be what it is.
Intersectional Environmentalism is an inclusive version of environmentalism that advocates for both the protection of people and the planet. It identifies the ways in which injustices happening to marginalized communities and the earth are interconnected. It brings injustices done to the most vulnerable communities, and the earth, to the forefront and does not minimize or silence social inequality.