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Store Policies: 

We do everything in our power to reduce waste.  We will not print an invoice to include in your order, if you need one please print your own.  We will include business cards (environmentally friendly of course) with each order and ask that you share with a friend or two to help us with our mission. 

Please be sure to read and follow the washing instructions to ensure a long life of your tees and bags. This can be found on the shop page and on the tag inside your shirt.  Organic cotton and water based ink will not hold up under extreme conditions so please be kind to your new items.   

All sales are final: in an effort to reduce shipping costs and to remain environmentally friendly as possible.  If there is an issue please reach out and we will do our best to make it right.  

Please double check your size before ordering and reach out with any questions. Size chart is on the shopping page.  



We Proudly support each of these charities on a regular basis.  If you donate to any of these charities email us and we will match your donation up to $200.  

Each Charity has been chosen based on their accountability both financially and their impact in the world.


643 Warriors & 1,259 Dogs Rescued - November 2020

  • We are proud to provide support to K9s For Warriors’ mission to end veteran suicide and give a new “leash” on life to rescue dogs and military heroes

  • We support K9s For Warriors in their effort to empower service members with the invisible wounds of war return to civilian life with dignity and independence

  • At least 20 veterans who served post-9/11 commit suicide daily

  • Roughly 20% of post-9/11 veterans suffer from PTSD –  that’s over 700,000 veterans

  • Service members suffering from PTSD are at a higher risk for suicide

  • Around 700,000 dogs are euthanized in shelters every year. Many of these are wonderful dogs who can be trained as Service Dogs for veterans in need.


Rainforest Trust purchases and protects the most threatened tropical forests, saving endangered wildlife through partnerships and community engagement.

The creation of a new protected area is only the beginning.

  • We are committed to providing lasting, on-the-ground protection, which requires the ongoing support and participation of local communities. These communities are engaged through the creation of sustainable economic opportunities for local men and women, including training as fellows, guardians, wildlife monitors and ecotourism guides.

Our Conservation Project

  • We work to protect the worlds’ most threatened species by protecting the ecosystems they depend on.

Tropical rainforests affect the daily lives of every person on the planet.

  • Rainforests are one of the most important natural resources left on Earth. They safely store billions of tons of carbon, helping ward off climate change. Tropical forests remain untapped resources for scientific and medical discoveries—a quarter of all medicines are sourced from plants found deep in the rainforests. They are also home to thousands of unique animals that depend on their protection for survival.


We believe that when the buying stops, the killing can too.

The illegal wildlife trade is a multi-billion dollar global industry largely driven by consumer demand in expanding economies.

  • While most wildlife conservation groups focus on scientific studies and anti-poaching efforts, WildAid works to reduce global consumption of wildlife products and to increase local support for conservation efforts.

  • We also work with governments and partners to protect fragile marine reserves from illegal fishing and shark finning, to enhance public and political will for anti-poaching efforts, and to reduce climate change impacts.

WildAid addresses the demand side of the deadly wildlife poaching crisis.

  • Our programs persuade consumers not to buy illegal or unsustainable wildlife products, such as shark fin soup, ivory and rhino horn, and to make better transportation and food choices in order to reduce climate change impacts.

  • We also build community support for conservation on the ground, and deploy new technologies to protect marine ecosystems from shark finning and illegal fishing.