When the White House calls, you answer. So when the Office of Vice President Kamala Harris invited SanMar to join the Call to Action initiative, in support of greater opportunities and better livelihoods in Central America, we didn’t have to think long about our answer. Learn about SanMar’s part in this proactive effort to invest in inclusive economic growth in the region.
It’s been about a year since we last told you about starting the process of making a climate commitment. Since then we’ve completed steps two and three – developing our target and submitting our goal to the Science-Based Targets initiative for them to review and approve. Learn about how we arrived at the goal we developed and how you can use this information to start developing goals of your own.
SanMar’s 2021 Corporate Responsibility Report update looks at the accomplishments and lessons of the last year through the lens of people, planet and product.
SanMar has begun the work of making a thoughtful and meaningful decision to reduce our carbon emissions through a climate commitment based on science.
The most important part of being sustainable isn’t the destination – it’s the journey. Understanding SanMar’s approach may help you understand how you can take the first steps on your own path toward sustainability.
Partners and Friends, In 2019 SanMar launched our new company vision, Canvas for Good, with the belief that our products are more than just t-shirts. They can serve a greater purpose to inspire belonging and bring communities together. In doing so, we recognize our role to ensure our products make a positive impact on people […]
Annie Agle has the best job in the world. Her work at Cotopaxi ensures that they stick to their vision to use their business to make a positive impact on both people and planet.
Each summer, kids going through cancer treatment get to spend five days at camp, free of cost, thanks to the Chiera Family Foundation. And SanMar is honored to outfit all campers, staff, and volunteers with t-shirts.
Why does a founder start a business? Marty Lott saw a chance to bring transparency and kindness to the t-shirt business.
“When it comes to corporate responsibility, it’s non-negotiable at this point.” SanMar’s Emily Gigot believes, “We all have to be actively engaged citizens both in terms of our local community and in the global community where we’re doing business.” It’s no longer a question of whether you do it or not, it’s how far along […]