We love supporting sustainable business and organizations — here are just a few of OUR favorites.
Brother and sister duo Jared Olkin and Leah Sitkin have ice-cream making in their blood, as they grew up going to their family's scoop shop and learning the tricks of the trade. They truly started a revolution when they birthed the idea of Revolution Gelato – it is flavorful, creamy, and somehow VEGAN (but we swear, you'd never know it.) They spent years perfecting their recipe, made from pure, organic ingredients like cane sugar and essentials, and with a creamy dreamy cashew and coconut base. We crave it, basically, all the time. Megan's favorite is chocolate and orange combined and Jason loves the Cardamom Kiss. Luckily, it's available at most health food stores in Atlanta and at their scoop shop at the Global Grub Collective in EAV.
Welcome! The Georgia Native Plant Society (GNPS) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the stewardship and conservation of Georgia’s native plants and their habitats. These guys do some great advocacy and educational work, and are a great organization to get involved with.
Melanie Bass of Bass Designs is a graphic designer extraordinaire as well as a tour de force in the world of environmental activism. Melanie and Megan were colleagues in agency life before both opting for self-employment. In fact, Melanie donated the illustration of our Little Red Wagon we used in our logo — thank you, Melanie!
While not directly an environmental cause, we still think this is a business with a great mission. This movement and dance studio brings a body-postive, sex-positive, feminist, activist, inclusive community together. It is also home of Atlanta School of Burlesque and is owned by several of the leaders of Atlanta's best burlesque, The Candybox Revue. Megan teaches yoga at the studio and is proud to be a part of their community.