LOVEMARIN loves Lake Tahoe! In addition to supporting Marin County nonprofit organizations, we give back to the Tahoe community by donating proceeds from our Tahoe imagery, hats, and stickers.
We started with LTWC in June of 2021!
In April we made "dress up" 2-ply face covers for donation to children, families, and teachers who wore them for First Holy Communion masses at various churches within and outside of Marin County.
We made 85 custom 2-ply face covers for donation to a beach clean up at Horseshoe Cove in Sausalito, hosted by Saint Hilary School and All One Ocean.
We donated a portion of proceeds from December, January, and February to Canal Alliance in San Rafael.
"Canal Alliance exists to break the generational cycle of poverty for Latino immigrants and their families by lifting barriers to their success.
We are a nonprofit champion of immigrants who are challenged by a lack of resources and an unfamiliar environment.
We believe everyone has the right to achieve their dreams. Every day, we educate, empower, support, and partner with motivated immigrants and their families to best meet all their unique needs—from putting food on the table, to becoming U.S. citizens, to learning English, to graduating from college. Because when we support immigrants, Marin becomes a place where everyone can live, work, and succeed.
We hosted a food drive at LOVEMARIN during the month of November, and also spent a portion of store proceeds on food and Target gift cards for donation to the SF-Marin Food Bank.
We donated a portion of store proceeds to Saint Vincent de Paul.
The South Bay's CZU Lightning Complex fire caused hundreds of livestock animals, ranging from horses and cows to llamas and peacocks, to be evacuated and temporarily housed at the Cow Palace in Daly City. San Mateo Large Animal Group provided food, transportation/trailers, supplies, and trained handlers to ensure safety and quality care for these furry and feathered friends during an unsettling time.
10% of LOVEMARIN store proceeds in September were donated to support SMLAEG's efforts.
10% of LOVEMARIN's store proceeds were donated to One Tam.
With its sweeping views, miles of trails, and ancient forests, Mt. Tam is a beloved local treasure in our Marin County backyard.
One Tam is a collaborative effort that brings together inspired community members and the public land agencies and managers on Mt. Tam to support work that is vital to the health of the mountain, enriches the experience of its visitors, and inspires and educates a new generation of stewards. Their combined efforts include ecological restoration, trail improvements, wayfinding signage, wildlife monitoring, volunteer and youth programs, and more.