How are our friends wearing Pohlar High-Pile Fleece this winter? Made from recycled polyester, our Pohlar High-Pile Fleece is a classic stand-alone fluffy sherpa fleece—providing the ultimate warmth and comfort.
The holiday season is upon us and that often means parties, exchanging gifts and enjoying delicious meals with loved ones. But it's also a good time to focus on gratitude and giving. Whether it's paying it forward or making donations, we have some ideas to make it easy to give back this season.
Giving blood costs you nothing, generally takes less than an hour, and could mean the difference between life and death for someone else. Keep an eye out for blood drive posters or head down to a donation center.
Neighborhood School Wishlist
School budgets are tighter than they used to be, and many teachers end up buying their own pencils, craft supplies, and books. See if your neighborhood school has a wish list, or call up a favorite teacher and volunteer to do a little shopping.
Phone it In
Making small donations is easier than ever in the Internet age. Many non-profits offer a text-to-donate option, which is as easy as dialing a few numbers while you’re waiting in line.
Tip Well When You Dine Out
You never know what your server is going through. Increase your tips to 50% or even 100% and write them a little thank you note from you and/or your family wishing them well this holiday season.
Pay it Forward
This is probably the most common way to give back. Whether you’re in line at your local coffee shop or at the grocery store, pay for the person behind you then walk away. It will definitely make a stranger’s day.
Looking for additional resources to help you donate locally? Here are a few more ideas:
Scroll through the resources on 2-1-1 to get an idea of what the needs are in your area.
Check your local Salvation Army website.
Do a quick Google search of local adopt-a-family programs.
Check with local nonprofits and churches to see how you can help with specific financial giving. Some also run local toy drives, provide holiday meals or offer other ways to get involved.
Our long-time Partner for Change, Mercy Corps, is collaborating with the world’s most innovative organizations and communities around the world to reshape how humanity can adapt and thrive in the face of climate change.
Thinking of what to gift your friends and family for the holidays? Gift-giving can be hard. To help ease your anxiety, our staffers have picked their favorite Nau pieces you'll feel good about giving —timeless sustainably made gifts that are easy wearing and effortlessly stylish.
During the last 30 years, Conservation Alliance has helped protect more 51 million acres of wildlands, 3,107 river miles, stopped or removed 34 dams, purchased 14 climbing areas and designated five marine reserves. As proud members supporting their efforts, we’re excited to share some of the Alliance’s successes with you.
Clothing can be a very powerful thing. It can project an image, give the first impression, and even symbolize gender. But what if you don’t want to be defined or confined by gender norms? We’re taught from a young age that we’re either the type of person who wears pink dresses or the type of person who wears blue blazers. And that seemingly harmless definition carries on throughout the rest of our lives. That is the power of clothing.
America Recycles Day is the only nationally recognized day dedicated to promoting and celebrating recycling in the United States. Each year, on November 15th thousands of communities across the country participate by promoting environmental citizenship and taking action to improve recycling.
In 2015, Nau became the first apparel brand to introduce a recycled down collection. Any time a waste stream can be turned into a resource, it’s a good move for the planet —and a breakthrough as big as recycled down felt like winning the lottery.