Help us Select our New Community Partner!
Did you know that every time you use your reusable container, we donate 5 cents to our non-profit community partner?
For the past six months we have partnered with Empower Art, a non-profit organization whose mission is to commit to facilitate healing and empowerment for adolescent survivors of family and sexual violence through various forms of creative expression.
From September 8th – September 15th we’re asking our customers and online community to help us decide our next non-profit partner. Starting October 1st, in.gredients will donate 5 cents per reusable container you fill at the store.
Please take the time to read about these four amazing local non-profit organizations, and then take the poll to help us decide who our next partner will be. Thank you!
|Anthropos Arts is an Austin-based nonprofit working primarily in the East Austin community to bring top professional musicians into Title I, low-income middle and high schools to offer free music lessons, workshops, master classes and performance opportunities to economically disadvantaged youth.|
|Keep Austin Fed is a grassroots group of local volunteers working with Austin charities that put food directly into the hands and mouths of our hungry Austin neighbors in need. They gather healthy and consumable food from local food sources (restaurant, caterers, etc) and distribute it to area charities.|
|SafePlace envisions a community free of rape, sexual abuse and domestic violence. SafePlace is ending sexual and domestic violence through safety, healing, prevention and social change. SafePlace provides safety for individuals and families affected by sexual and domestic violence. They help victims in their healing so they can move beyond being defined by crimes committed against them, and become survivors. They promote safe and healthy relationships for the prevention of sexual and domestic violence.|
|TreeFolks is Central Texas’ only charity that promotes comprehensive urban forestry practices to public, private and government audiences. Since 1989 TreeFolks has planted 250,000 trees in and around Austin at schools, parks, in medians, right of ways, community gardens and green belts. By planting trees, TreeFolks preserves Austin’s quality of life by cooling the air, cleaning water, and providing a shaded sense of place that fosters a healthy, connected community. Annually, they plan more than 10,000 trees and provide stewardship opportunities that log nearly 30,000 volunteer hours.|