One For You, 1% For The Planet

One For You, 1% For The Planet

Cayla Zelanis

Since day one, we’ve been committed to the idea that we can make the planet a healthier place for everyone who calls it home. We were the first to bring organic cotton into the home space thirty years ago, and now we're the first in our field to reach full circularity by developing a new product from our own recycled cotton.

Taking action against climate change requires innovation and a willingness to challenge systems that have been in place for much longer than the thirty years we’ve been in business. Fortunately, we are not alone in our quest for climate health. If we want to enact change, we need allies—that’s why we’ve chosen to partner with like-minded non-profits through Beam.

Every time you fill your cart at, we’ll donate 1% of your purchase price to one of our chosen non-profits. All you have to do is select one of the four organizations at checkout, and we’ll make a donation in your honor. It’s that simple.

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Center for Women & Enterprise

We are working to create a more equitable world by amplifying the power of women.

When we empower women to succeed economically, they are better positioned to support themselves, their families, and the communities around them.




Fibershed supports farmers and ranchers as they work to re-balance the carbon cycle. Using the Carbon Farming approach to land stewardship, these ranches fight climate change by returning more CO2 to the earth than they release.


California Native Plant Society

The mission of California Native Plant Society (CNPS) is to conserve California native plants and their natural habitats, and increase understanding, appreciation, and horticultural use of native plants. 


White Buffalo Land Trust

Working in harmony with nature, WBLT utilizes the principles of regenerative agriculture to encourage the living things of the earth to thrive in their native habitats. Through education and implementation, their innovative methods support a brighter future for farming—benefiting the Earth and everyone on it.

Previous Partners


Hawai'i Community Foundation

Because philanthropy is many things—a boost for individuals in time of need, a catalyst for change, a spark for social innovation, and a lever for reform—the Hawai‘i Community Foundation is many things. Among them, HCF is a resource, a partner, a funder, an advocate. At the heart of everything we do at HCF is a commitment to deliver meaningful impact that will benefit Hawai‘i




The first farmland trust in the nation, MALT was founded in 1980 to protect family farms from mounting development pressures. In the decades since its founding, MALT has continued to advance farmland protection and support the adoption of sustainable agricultural practices throughout West Marin. 


California Wilderness Coalition

CalWild is the only statewide organization solely dedicated to the protection and restoration of the wild places and native biodiversity of California’s public lands. CalWild’s campaigns are focused on identifying, designating, and defending wilderness areas and wild and scenic rivers across the state – work that keeps our air and water clean, protects wildlife, and helps to mitigate the effects of the climate crisis.


Black Outside Inc.

Black Outside, Inc. reconnects Black/African-American youth to the outdoors natural world through transformative outdoor experiences. Their programming teaches leadership skills, while building on the rich cultural history of Black people in the outdoors. Nature inspires so much of what we do, and we want to ensure that everyone has safe and equitable access to the many benefits of being outside.


Urban Sprouts

Through garden-based education and engagement, Urban Sprouts works to build healthy and thriving neighborhoods among the under-resourced communities of San Francisco. By removing barriers and creating pathways to health and economic equity, they lift up our neighbors, promoting social justice and climate resilience.



LYRIC promotes health and leadership among LGBTQ+ youth by hosting confidential, school-based support groups within San Francisco public schools, assisting LGBTQ+ homeless youth in finding permanent and supportive housing, and providing LGBTQ+ students with paid and scholarship-based internships.