Five Travel Gear Companies That Give Back to the World
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.