Our Network

We believe connection and community are the key to restoration. We love working alongside these nonprofit and business allies. We donate a portion of our sales to the non-profits listed.

Charleston Water Keepers

"Charleston Waterkeeper is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2009 to protect and restore Charleston’s waterways for you and for future generations. We do that through an effective mix of boots-on-the-water stewardship and data-driven advocacy designed to protect your right to clean water for fishing and swimming. Simply put, we are watchdogs, stewards, and defenders for clean water."

Trust for Public Land 

“Quality parks and green spaces are fundamental for sustaining equitable, resilient communities. Access to nature and the outdoors—close to home, in the cities and communities where people live—is a matter of health, equity, and justice. That’s why we work alongside communities across the country to create, protect, and steward the nature-rich places that are vital to human well-being.

We’re driven by four commitments: equity, health, climate, and community.”

Friends of Gadsden Creek 

“Friends of Gadsden Creek is a grassroots, community-led campaign opposing the destruction of Gadsden Creek, and the continued patterns of injustice inflicted upon the Gadsden Green community.

We are a coalition of concerned citizens, businesses, and organizations who oppose the WestEdge development plan to fill Gadsden Creek. We demand the revitalization of Gadsden Creek and her surrounding wetlands, as a first step in a larger plan that repairs the social, environmental, and economic harm that has been inflicted upon the Gadsden Green community.”

 The Good Fill

Our sister store, located in Nashville, was one of the first zero waste refill stores to open in The United States. We carry their non-toxic, zero-waste, cruelty free personal care and cleaning products and consider them an integral partner and inspiration of Wake Refill. 

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