1. FortitudeFortitude Clothing Company in his memory, just this month. The brand new Missoula, Montana-based company features t-shirts with a tree design. It promises to use profits to both re-invest in the company and donate to charities, foundations, scholarship programs and “folks we meet along the way who need some support and encouragement.”
2. Po Campo
When Maria Boustead couldn’t find a bag she could attach to her bike for her Chicago work commute that was stylish enough to carry with her into the office, she designed her own. Po Campo started in 2009 and now offers an array of adorable, yet functional bags you can attach to your bike or sling over your shoulder as you go into work. The company is sharing its love of bikes with the world, partnering with World Bicycle Relief. For every 25 bikes sold they donate the cost of a bike. To read our review of Po Campo's Six Corners Handlebar Bag click here.
3. Proof Eyewear
Boise, Idaho-based Proof Eyewear started in 2011 with a core tenet of creating quality products that would do something good for the world. A portion of each purchase goes to help causes such as tsunami relief in Japan, child soldier rehabilitation in Africa, restoration in Haiti and building eye clinics in India.
Kammok Roo, a portable camping hammock, you get a great way relax and also help end Malaria. With every Roo, Dragonly (insect protection for you hammock), or Glider (portable rain protection for you hammock) purchase, Kammok donates to Malaria No More to provide life-saving treatment for five children with malaria in Africa. Kammok is also a member of 1% for the Planet, investing at least 1 percent of total revenue to environmental and sustainable initiatives around the world.