Hey there! If you’re looking for more information about companies that we at EWC have partnered with, you’re in the right place. Here, you’ll find affiliate links associated with our podcast!
We are so excited to be working with the amazing companies on this page as an affiliate advertiser. That means that if you purchase from the companies below by clicking on the links we provide, EWC gets a small commission! So by purchasing from any of our affiliates you’re supporting the planet, some phenomenal charities, and Ever Widening Circles all at the same time! For more information, see our affiliate disclosure here.
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Calling all artists and creatives! Blick Art Materials has everything you could ever need.
Blick Art Materials is dedicated to serving fine artists, students, teachers, designers, architects, hobbyists, and anyone with an interest in or passion for art! Blick recognizes the value of giving back, advocating for arts education and providing nearly $500,000 in support each year through a variety of sponsored events, artist awards, and in-kind contributions.
Blick was featured in the show notes in our episodes with Stefanie Schaffer (published 3/17/21), EWC CEO Liesl Ulrich-Verderber (published 3/10/21), Michael Shields (published 3/3/21), and Nathan Robinson (published 2/24/21).
Go sustainable without the hassle with MightyNest!
MightyNest goes through and tests all the supposedly “green” products out there and has a website full of only the absolute best – the companies who are putting their money where their mouth is and making truly sustainable, high-quality, and safe products that actually work! Their MightyFix subscription box sends you new products each month so that you can take steps towards sustainability in your home – without any hassle on your end. So if you’re thinking about going green at home, you can get rid of the headache of not knowing how by subscribing to the MightyFix!
We mentioned The MightyFix in our episodes with Arthur Zards (published 2/17/21), Shaun Proulx (published 2/10/21), Cheldin Barlatt Rumer (published 2/3/21) and Bill Cortright (published 1/27).
3. Boon Supply
Looking for sustainable goods for your kitchen and home? Here’s Boon Supply!
Boon Supply carries all kinds of high quality and responsibly sourced products from water bottles and kitchen reusables to vegan leather bags and planners! And our favorite part is that with Boon Supply, you can shop by cause! Just select the cause you want to support at the bottom of their homepage – whether it be emergency relief, animals & nature, equality & justice, or many, many more – and a whopping 40% of your purchase price is donated to the cause you select! They’ve donated over – wait for it – $100 million to date. So you can help the environment with eco friendly products while also giving to important causes!
You probably heard us mention Boon Supply in our podcast episodes featuring Dr. Steve Shepard (published 1/19/21), Karl Sona (published 1/13/21), “Merman” Mike Pelley, Timothy Paule & Nicole Lindsay (published 1/6/21), and Drew Dudley (published 12/30/20)!
Here’s a company doing great things for people and the planet: Pura Vida Bracelets!
Pura Vida provides full-time jobs to more than 800 artisans worldwide in Costa Rica, El Salvador, India, and more—and also has a thriving charity program. On their website, you can even shop by cause, whether it be mental health awareness, cancer, autism, wildlife, suicide prevention, the environment, or one of many others. Each set is linked to a cause, and when you buy that item, 5% of your purchase price is donated to the cause you choose!
We talked about Pura Vida in our podcast episodes featuring Craig Martin (published 12/23/20), Sydney Weiss (published 12/16/20), Chef Yadira Garcia (published 12/9/20), and Earl Bridges (published 12/2/20)!
Another affiliate partner of ours who we absolutely LOVE is Allbirds!
A pair of shoes that’s great for your feet and for the planet? Allbirds is a New Zealand-based shoe company whose product collections include shoes, socks, and a newly launched apparel collection for both men and women! They strive for a sustainable future through their use of planet-friendly materials like merino wool and eucalyptus trees to create their shoes. Creating products that people feel great in and feel good about, Allbirds is proving that good design, sustainability, and comfort don’t have to be mutually exclusive.
We talked about the good work Allbirds is doing in our episodes with James Nestor (published 11/26/20) and Rabbi Kohen (published 11/19/20)!
Thank you for supporting Ever Widening Circles! If you know of a company who you think we should work with, feel free to email [email protected]!