Cover Clothing is stylish, sun-protective, SPF 50 clothing for women of all ages. Clothing line creator and designer, Lisa Moore, co-founded the company with Robyn Stevens in efforts to protect her skin from sun damage and aging. Her daily mission is even more dear to her heart since her younger sister was diagnosed with Melanoma. Moore serves on the committee for the single largest fundraising event for the American Cancer Society. Store opening sales also benefit the ACS.
Cover Clothing is partnering with the American Cancer Society to feature educational hang tags with skin protection tips. Ranging from hot hoodies to fashionable jersey dresses, the “Cover Girls” really are raising awareness and making a difference. Jaunted knows that staying sun smart can still be sexy, especially in the “06a” hooded dress.
Kelty, the first name in backpacking, is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado. As a reliable and affordable manufacturer of backpacking, sleeping bags, tents and other camping gear, Kelty has been giving back to the community for nearly 60 years. Kelty donates hundreds of sleeping bags to homeless shelters every year as well as backpacks to local Boulder schools.
The company has also sponsored countless Bike to Work days. We're huge fans of the award-winning “Locus 40 Backpack,” deemed 2008 Best of Adventure Gear by the editors of National Geographic ADVENTURE magazine.
Aveda is committed to helping protect Planet Earth and supporting indigenous communities worldwide. Aveda’s botanically based hair and skin care products come in a handful of travel sized bottles and are ideally appealing to the “all natural” nomad. The company is dedicated to caring for Planet Earth and communities across the globe and has demonstrated this by partnering with nonprofit organizations focused on the same efforts.
Aveda’s Earth Fund supports community-based environmental projects with 501c3 status and ensures that thousands of charitable dollars annually are distributed to deserving non-profit organizations all over the world. We travel with this set, just the right size for a weekend jaunt.
Life Is Good
Nomadic brothers Bert and John Jacobs launched their dream with a van, an idea, and little to no money in the late 1980’s. Since then, Life Is Good’s simple, earthy line of travel apparel and accessories including luggage tags, totes, headwear and home decor is a well known brand in hundreds of retailers nationwide. The Life is Good Kids Foundation supports a myriad of charities that create a lasting positive impact on children facing unfair challenges, like poverty and trauma from violence.
Life is Good donates 100% of its profits from the sale of fundraising tees and other products to the Kids Foundation. To date, The Life is Good Kids Foundation has raised over $4 million to help kids facing unfair challenges. Check out the “Home Sweet Home” organic cap in dark blue, although we all know travel beats being at home.