Doing Good Works at Cotopaxi

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.

Printing a Legacy

On Oct. 24, 2013, Kelsie Rae Barger, an 18-year-old college freshman studying graphic design, was killed in a head-on collision. But through her art, her family, and her community, Kelsie’s legacy lives on. After Kelsie’s death, her family knew they wanted to both spread Kelsie’s message and find a way to support other artistically-inclined students […]

A Community Walks Together to Fight Cystic Fibrosis

Every year, thousands of people across the country gather in their communities to take part in the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Great Strides walk for a cure. To date, the walk has raised more than $34 million—but for Stan Scarborough, it’s about more than fundraising. It’s about community.  “It’s always emotional for me to see this […]