Make an impact with your spending! At Ethical Apparel, we strive to support “DO GOOD” organizations by designing clothing with a conscience. We support organizations like the ACLU, Planned Parenthood, the Natural Resource Defense Council, Emerge America, Lambda Legal, Southern Poverty Law Center, Trans Lifeline and more.
Our designs are licensed from organizations or artists that are working to make a difference in their communities.
We help our customers wear cool clothing while enabling them to spend their fashion dollars in ways that make the world a better place.
Ethical Apparel is a San Francisco based company. We partner with small independent businesses for printing, production and operations. We use high quality garments to produce high quality apparel.
Ethical Apparel and the organizations we license artwork from are in no way affiliated with this organization. We just love the hell out of ’em.
Ethical Apparel is not affiliated with any of the non-profits that we highlight. We’ve selected these organizations because we feel they are making a strong impact in an uncertain time in our country. There are thousands of fantastic charitable organizations supporting amazing causes globally. We wish we could support them all. But stick with us… as we grow, we’re committed to increasing the number of organizations we feature.
We license our artwork from organizations that are making a difference in their community. If you represent a non-profit organization promoting artists in your community and would like to discuss licensing agreements, please contact: email@example.com
Current artwork is being licensed from
Nurturing Independence Through Artistic Development (NIAD) Art Center’s visual art program promotes artists with disabilities—while their artists create remarkable contemporary art. In a unique open studio environment, and with the guidance of qualified staff, NIAD artists acquire new skills in artistic practice and in independent living. Please visit them at: http://niadart.org/
Dave Eggers, author and artist, created the images Unlikely to Apologize and Ass Kicking is on my Mind. Licensing payments for his artwork goes to 826 Valencia, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting under-resourced students ages 6-18 with their writing skills, and to helping teachers get their students excited about the literary arts.
Please visit them at: http://826valencia.org/
*Artists or organizations that we license designs from are in no way affiliated with the organizations that we have highlighted.
The purchase that you make is not tax deductible. If you feel passionate about the organizations that we are highlighting, we encourage you to get involved! Learn more about them, make a donation, volunteer and make a difference.
We use independently owned, local businesses to print our apparel. We use high quality inks and garments.