Underpants can do more than keep your nethers tethered and chafe-free. PACT’s caused-related organic skivvies also conserve forests (ForestEthics), protect oceans (Oceana), support literacy (826 National), and promote renewable energy (EarthSpark) through local and national nonprofits. And, with the launch of a new range of V-necks and tanks, PACT has even more ways to pay it forward. Clean up your top and bottom lines with a $150 gift certificate, good for anything on the site, including PACT’s latest prints by artists from Creative Growth, the world’s oldest and largest art center to serve artists with developmental, mental, and physical disabilities. Hey, it’s what you wear on the inside that counts, right?
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PACT is an apparel company offering design-driven, responsibly manufactured, premium organic cotton underwear connected to powerful social and environmental causes. PACT’s motto is “Change starts with your underwear” because the purchase of PACT underwear is more than a transaction; it turns commerce into a social movement with the belief that everyday essentials communicate personal values. PACT sets up strategic licensing and revenue-sharing partnerships with nonprofits such as 826 National, ForestEthics, Oceana, The Green Belt Movement, Creative Growth, EarthSpark, and Citizen Effect. The mission of each partner organization inspires prints created by internationally recognized designers led by Yves Béhar of Fuseproject.
PACT underwear is made of responsibly grown and manufactured organic cotton, transported in zero-waste packaging, and delivered with a minimized carbon footprint, demonstrating the company’s ongoing commitment to style, sustainability, and social consciousness.
Originally published on Oct. 13, 2011