One of our core values is community. We enjoy sharing some of the fruits of our labor with non-profit organizations that serve people in both our local and global community in ways that align with our values of stewardship, sustainability, fair trade and integrity.
The Environmental Working Group is a non-profit research organization that performs research to expose threats to your health and the environment, and to find solutions. Their research brings to light unsettling facts that you have a right to know. We use their resources often in our research for our own published articles and blog posts.
Victory Gardens San Diego’s mission is to help people start growing their own food through collaborative garden builds, hands-on garden education and community outreach. We donate goods in kind for fundraising and also administer their Facebook page.
Harvest C.R.O.P.S’s mission is to harvest residential fruit that would otherwise be abandoned, unpicked, and wasted, by providing volunteers to pick and deliver the fruit – as a community service – to low-income families and seniors within the County of San Diego.
In addition to educating people on nature’s many sources of health and wellness, we want to help other small business owners and entrepreneurs find their way to freedom by sharing our experiences growing the Earth’s Living® brand. You can learn more about the lessons we’ve learned and resources we love on the Grow Your Small Business page on this website.
Earth’s Living® Book Donation Program
There are a vast number of ways that calcium bentonite green clay can be used for health and wellness. The Internet is a vast resource for information, not all of it reliable. In addition, people tend not to spend hours reading text on the web. The book Living Clay by Perry A is one of the best resources of accurate information about the benefits and uses of calcium bentonite clay available. Not everyone has extra income to spare these days, but we want people to have the information needed to incorporate clay into a healthy lifestyle. We will be donating a limited number of new copies of this book each month to libraries throughout the United States.
If you’d like your library to receive a copy, contact your local library and speak to the person in charge of donated books. This is typically a “Circulation Manager”. Inquire about their donation policy. Some libraries only accept books on their wish list, while others have other requirements. After getting the library’s OK to donate, please complete the contact form here so that we may contact them about receiving a free copy. Please include the appropriate library staff’s contact name, phone number and email address.