2020 was a busy year at SeaVees. Here's a recap:
Our Biggest Initiatives
SeaChange Recycled Collection
All shoes from our ever expanding SeaChange collection are made with a combination of recycled materials that make our SeaChange shoes our most concious shoes yet. In addition to using recycled materials, our partnership with SeaTrees helps regenerate one square foot of oceanic kelp forest for every pair sold.
1% For The Planet
For 5 years and counting we have donated 1% of our annual revenue back to eco-focused efforts while working alongside a number of truly forward-thinking and environmentally-friendly companies.
Earth Month 2020
For the entire month of April, $5 from every purchase was donated to one of three amazing Earth Month partners: SeaTrees, Algalita and Santa Barbara Channelkeeper.
Giving Tuesday Donation: Conscious Alliance
On Giving Tuesday (December 1st, 2020), we donated 1,400 pairs of shoes to the Conscious Alliance. The Conscious Alliance is a nonprofit organization committed to supporting communities in crisis through hunger relief and youth empowerment.
Supporting Frontline Workers
In April 2020, we gifted $140,000 worth of SeaVees to frontline workers
Black Lives Matter
In May 2020, we made a $1000 donation to the Los Angeles Chapter of Black Lives Matter.
Limited Edition Shoes:
Pacific Price Foundation & The SeaVees Legend
$5 from every pair of this year's Legend Pride Sneaker will support the wide array of free and low cost services that the Pacific Pride Foundation offers to the LGBTQ+ community.
CPJ & The SeaVees Hawthorne
5% of all proceeds from our Hawthorne Words Matter Collection is being donated to the Committee to Protect Journalists, who are working to promote press freedom and defend the rights of journalists.
Dr Susan Love Foundation & The Hawthorne Breast Cancer
10% of proceeds from every pair of our limited edition Hawthorne Slip On is being committed to the Dr Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research.
CIMWI & The Seavees Legend
5% from every pair of our limited edition Legend went directly to the Channel Islands Marine & Wildlife Institute to give marine mammals a second chance at life.