Our clothing items released after September of 2022 are made of either organic or recycled fabrics. If you have the time, please check out my free "Future of Sustainability" E Magazine to inform yourself or to view my outlook on the situation.
STICKY'S TOP 5 ENVIRONMENTAL CHARITIES
Fashion Revolution, a non profit organization that is working to change the way our clothing is produced, sourced
and bought. Their vision is "A global fashion industry that conserves and restores the environment and values peo-
ple over growth and profit.
Textile Exchange is a non profit that is building a community of suppliers, sources and retailers to collectively make
a positive impact on the industry and climate. Their goal with their campaign "Climate*" is to reduce greenhouse gas
emissions by 45% by 2030 according to their site.
Fair Wear Foundation works with over 140 member brands to work with their sourcing factories and governments
to tackle problems not being solved by others. Their goal is to make fashion fair for everyone
Fashion Takes Action works to advance ethics and sustainable efforts in the global fashion industry through research, education and collaboration. As well as awareness. They are helping change the industrythrough various
initiatives, research projects, speaking engangments and global awareness campaions. It also is a platform for con-
sumers to interact in industrial efforts by providing them insight on the negative impacts and discussions about ideas
on how to accelerate positive outcomes.
Re/make is a non profit that has pledged to bring fast fashion to an end. They are building leaders and uplifting communities to join in their mission to improve fashion impact and to hold these companies accountable and push them to be transparent about their production processes. They also incite these brands in the fast fashion field to disclose information to the public and call out greenwashing.