Personally and professionally, being engaged and involved in the communities we serve has always been a top priority for us, and that’s why we created Imprint Impact.
We present ample volunteering opportunities for our team to take part in around our community.
We donate extra apparel & merchandise to organizations in need, as well as financial contributions.
We're always helping our team learn more about sustainable and ethical business practices beyond what they might already know.
We donate time and financial help to create opportunities for youth more susceptible to less opportunity within their communities.
Healthy employees make healthy decisions. From nutritious snacks in our office to offering discounts on health clubs, health is a top priority.
From the products we use for shipping to the swag we produce for our clients, we have grown an expansive network of environmentally friendly vendors.
We work on an ongoing basis toward using products & services that have a minimal impact on the environment.
Products that can be used over and over again to replace their single-use disposable counterparts. We want to make stuff people actually keep.
Products made primarily of post consumer recycled materials or upcycled from scraps of previous products.
Products that are biodegradable or compostable without leaving harmful long lasting waste in our landfills and oceans.
This helps reduce a product's overall travel time to get to us and cuts down on emissions transporting products from around the world.
We don't make junk, we only produce products that people want to keep and use.
Products made primarily of, or are, 100% Organic ingredients and materials.
We work with BIPOC owned or managed companies to source apparel & merchandise.
We work with woman owned or managed companies to source apparel & merchandise.
We believe in working with companies that make a direct impact in their own communities, including with ours in the Twin Cities.
Working with Veteran owned companies and investing back in those who served our country.
Vetting our vendors to weed out any organization that uses forced labor by humans.
We look for companies that give back. From donations within their community to local schools to building back rainforests ruined by deforestation.