Dwimmer is proud to work with the following organizations
to ensure a bright future for nature and humanity.
For each tie sold we donate $10 to the corresponding organization.
Nzinga X Planet Bee Foundation
Planet Bee is a nonprofit organization based in San Francisco. They set up and maintain beehives on corporate campuses and other local areas, educate children and families about the importance of bees for the future of the planet.
Queen Anna Nzinga was a queen of the Ndongo and Matamba Kingdoms (occupying what is today the country of Angola in the southern part of Africa) who lived during the 16 th and 17 th centuries AD. Queen Nzinga is best remembered for setting her people free from slavery.
For each Nzinga Tie sold Dwimmer donates $10 to the Planet Bee Foundation.
Wangari X Big Cat Rescue
Big Cat Rescue in Florida is one of the largest accredited sanctuaries in the world dedicated to abused and abandoned big cats.Home to about 80+ lions, tigers, bobcats, cougars and other species most of whom have been abandoned, abused, orphaned, saved from being turned into fur coats, or retired from performing acts.
What sets Big Cat Rescue apart is that they are working to end the abuse at its root by ending the private possession and trade in exotic cats through legislation and education.
Wangari Maathai was the founder of the Green Belt Movement and the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate. Noted for her contribution to “sustainable development, democracy and peace.”
For each Wangari Tie sold Dwimmer donates $10 to Big Cat Rescue
Tapputi X Seed Savers Exchange
Seed Savers Exchange takes threats to biodiversity seriously. They maintain a collection of more than 20,000 heirloom and open-pollinated vegetable, herb, and plant varieties, including over 1,000 varieties of heritage apple trees. They take great care to ensure the health and viability of the collection for generations of growers to come. Over 13,000 members share homegrown seeds with one another through their seed exchange.
Tapputi is considered to be the world’s first chemist, a perfume-maker who lived in 1200 BC in Babylonian Mesopotamia. She used flowers, oil, and various herbal plants. This is also the oldest referenced still. She also was an overseer at the Royal Palace
For each Tapputi Tie sold we donate $10 to Seed Savers Exchange.