1% for the Planet members repairing, recycling, refilling and more


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Shopping with the planet in mind isn't easy. With endless options to choose from, finding brands that align with your values and do good for the planet can be a daunting task. When you see our logo on a product you know that you've found a company giving back at least 1% of their sales to environmental nonprofits fighting for people and the planet.

We've put together a list of some of our members offering repairs, recycling and refilling programs and more—to help you cut through the noise and find businesses operating with strong values and a commitment to our planet. 



Sunglass Fix

Sunglass Fix is committed to long-term environmental sustainability. By offering high-quality sunglass replacement lenses they ensure that these sunglasses will live a long life and stay out of the landfill.

Nonprofit partner: 1% for the Planet 



Reaburn promotes upcycling and rejuvenating clothes instead of discarding them. They host free repair events in their studio and online to prolong the life of your belongings. 

Nonprofit partner: 1% for the Planet 



SunGod offers lifetime guarantees on their sunglasses. They provide timeless designs that are built to last. They offer free repairs and since 2013 they have repaired 2,800 SunGod products. 

Nonprofit partner: 1% for the Planet 



Lefrik's items are created with durability in mind. They offer a repair service for their products. They promote sustainability by paying attention to the entire life cycle of items they bring in, from source to manufacturing to distribution to disposal. 

Nonprofit partners: Asociacion Chelonia, Surfrider Foundation Europe, Surf and Clean, Ibizapreservation, Village Water, Healthy Seas, Liga para a Proteccao da Natureza (LPN) and UK Overseas Territories Conservation Forum. 



Tumi is dedicated to providing its customers with an outstanding ownership experience. They sell luggage made from recycled materials and offer repairs with official repair centers around the world. 

Nonprofit partner: Waves for Water



MONC is working towards a closed-loop system, where they reuse and recycle as
much of their waste as possible. They also offer lifetime repairs service to all customers. Their Nonprofit Partner is 1% for the Planet. 

Nonprofit partner: 1% for the Planet



EcoSki is working to change the way by raising awareness of the impact that our choices have on the environment and seeking out the skiwear and outdoor brands that are operating responsibly. They offer rental, repairs and a selection of used ski equipment! Their Nonprofit Partners include: 1% for the Planet, Protect our Winters, Ghostfishing UK, Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust

Nonprofit partners: 1% for the Planet, Protect our Winters, Ghostfishing UK, Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust



Patagonia has revolutionized the clothing and gear market. They commit to offering high-quality stuff that lasts for years, so you don't have to buy more of it. Patagonia Worn Wear allows you to send in your old Patagonia items for credit towards your next purchase on a used or new garment. 

Nonprofit partner: For details on how Patagonia gives back, visit their Action Works page




Verity offers truly sustainable packaging solutions to brands and businesses committed to combating the plastic crisis. Their packaging is made out of materials such as aluminum and stainless steel which allows for them to be reused.

Nonprofit partner: 1% for the Planet



Noniko sells deodorants in 100% plastic-free packaging. Their one-of-a-kind cases and inserts are made of stainless steel, and the case is meant to be yours for life. This allows you to get refills to reuse your case.  

Nonprofit partner: 1% for the Planet


Plaine Products

Plaine Products is trying to avoid single-use plastics by offering products in refillable bottles which allow you to replace the lid with a pump and recycle the shipping box and the extra lid.

Nonprofit partner: UPSTREAM, Beyond Plastics, 5 Gyres Institute, Lonely Whale Foundation, We Are Neutral, Friends of the Environment, Oceana, Louisiana Bucket Brigade, Plastic Ocean Project Inc and Straws Film



Reboxed is a platform to buy or sell refurbished goods. They are working to save hundreds of millions of used devices from going unloved to lying in landfills. 

Nonprofit partner: 1% for the Planet


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Knickey takes their impact seriously. They started their own recycling program that allows you to send in your ready-to-retire intimates for them to turn into new materials like insulation, carpet padding and furniture batting. They will also add a free pair of Knickeys to your next order. 

Nonprofit partners: City Growers Inc, GrowNYC, Ethical Creators 



Nimble is an eWaste recycling company. They offer a pre-paid mail-in label so customers can easily send old electronic devices, plastic cases, cell phones, cables, etc, directly to their eWaste recycling partner for safe, responsible reclamation. 

Nonprofit partners: carbonfund.org, Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL), Seabin Foundation, WILDCOAST, Sea Save Foundation


Everist is an eco-beauty start-up providing zero-waste packaging besides their plastic caps for which they offer a "Cap-Back" program that allows customers to send back their plastic caps to be recycled and given a new life. Their Nonprofit Partners are Climate Neutral and 1% for the Planet. 

Nonprofit partners: Climate Neutral, 1% for the Planet 

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