Superfeet Announces 2020 Local Grant Recipients

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Superfeet Announces 2020 Local Grant Recipients

Every year, we give 1% of sales and 1,000+ volunteer hours to organizations working to shape a strong foundation for a healthy future.

A big portion of those dollars stay here in the Pacific Northwest, home to Superfeet headquarters for more than 40 years. We're proud to be able to invest in local organizations working tirelessly to make this community a better place.  Congratulations to all our 2020 local grant recipients. 

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Here's a full list of this year's local grant recipients, along with some highlights of programs and initiatives these dollars help bolster.  We encourage you to learn more about each of these organizations and the meaningful work they do to help shape strong foundations. 

Bellingham Food Bank | 20,000 servings of produce for the Lummi Produce Program, a program that serves approximately 1,000 people each month.

Bellingham Schools Foundation | YES cards — microgrants that equip educators to directly and immediately fill basic needs for students.

Blue Skies for Children | Support the annual Shoe Give program, providing a new pair of athletic shoes and socks for youth in need.

Boys & Girls Club of Whatcom County | Supporting the Healthy Meals food progam, providing healthy meals and snacks at four Whatcom County club locations

Brigid Collins Family Support Center 


Common Threads Farm | Expansion of after-school and summer healthy cooking programs in low-income apartment complexes and community centers.

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services (DVSAS)

Ferndale Community Service Cooperative | Funds for gas vouchers, clothing bank supplies and hygiene items for the Ferndale Resource Center.

FuturesNW | Program support to help level the playing field by empowering students from underserved communities to achieve their college and career dreams.

Interfaith Coalition | Facility upkeep for transitional housing sites in Ferndale and Blaine, Wash. 

Lighthouse Mission Ministries | Support for services at the Drop-In Center, a low-barrier shelter that provides temporary shelter for up to 150 women and men each night.

Love INC | Funds for the friendly visitor program to match socially isolated elderly individuals with visitation volunteers for the purpose of developing meaningful, encouraging social connections. 

Lydia Place

Max Higbee Center

Northwest Youth Services | Support for operations and programming to help local at-risk, runaway and homeless youth foster self-reliance.

Open Hands Calvary Creekside | Support for weekend meal kits sent home with elementary students in Nooksack and Ferndale school districts.

Rebound Families | Support for the Roots Family Enrichment Program

ReSources | Clime Time program support (curriculum and training for Whatcom County K-5 teachers for talking with students about climate change)

Skookum Kids 

Special Olympics of Washington | Support for transportation and equipment costs for the Ride 542 Ski and Snowboard Team.

Unity Care NW | Funds for the Extend-a-Hand program, providing access to prescription medication for patients struggling financially.

Vamos Outdoors | Outreach and programming for outdoor activity programs geared towards Latinx youth.

Whatcom Center for Early Learning 

Whatcom Council on Aging | Support for to provide healthy meals to vunerable senior adults throughout Whatcom County.

Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center

Whatcom Family YMCA | Scholarship unding for Girls on the Run programming.

Whatcom Literacy Council

Wild Whatcom | Support for Conexiones Naturales outdoor education program.

Work Opportunities

YWCA Bellingham

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Want to know more about how your purchase makes a difference in locations near and far? Learn about how support beyond the insoles by visiting the Superfeet giving page. 

February 5, 2020