It’s important to us at ShirtSpace to empower our team members to be able to give back to a community that has given us so much. As a team, we’ve selected six categories of charities that resonate with the ShirtSpace culture and team. Each year, ShirtSpace team members choose a charity they’d like ShirtSpace to donate to in their name and we do so in kind.
We also believe in the power of small, localized charities that are able to do their work efficiently and directly impact the communities they reside in.
Fallen Outdoors is a Veteran 501(c)(3) all-volunteer organization established to facilitate hunting and fishing trips for Veterans.
The Dreaming Zebra® Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit encouraging children to embrace their individuality, to express themselves creatively, and follow their artistic dreams. Your gifts help us provide art & music supplies to underprivileged children throughout the world.
Since 1897, HSSW has been caring for the animals of Southwest Washington and surrounding areas. By working in collaboration with local veterinarians and animal rescue groups, the Humane Society and its partners in animal welfare look forward to a future where all companion animals will live in a loving home.
Called To Rescue is a nonprofit organization that helps rescue children who are missing, have been abused or trafficked. Called To Rescue also leads an awareness and prevention campaign to advocate for the protection of children victimized by abuse. Since September 2015, Called To Rescue has helped free over 1,400 children from sex trafficking and abuse!
The Annie Appleseed Project, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, provides information, education, advocacy, and awareness for people with cancer and their family and friends who are interested in complementary or alternative medicine (CAM) and natural therapies from a patient’s perspective.
Friends of Trees was founded in 1989 by a community member who loved trees and started planting them in Portland neighborhoods. Today, Friends of Trees is a nationally recognized, regional leader in improving the urban tree canopy and restoring sensitive natural areas—through programs delivered by thousands of volunteers. Friends of Trees greens our region while growing community. Friends of Trees has planted 800,000+ trees and native plants with thousands and thousands and thousands of volunteers in 120+ neighborhoods in six counties across two states.