Patagonia Seattle

Supported Grantees

Store-supported grantees receive funding through our Retail Grants Program. These organizations identify and work on the root causes of problems and approach issues with a commitment to long-term change.

350 Seattle

Seattle, WA

350 Seattle

350 Seattle works toward climate justice by organizing people to make deep system change: resisting fossil fuels; building momentum for healthy alternatives; and fostering resilient, just, and welcoming communities.

The Wilderness Society – Washington State Office

Seattle, WA

The Wilderness Society – Washington State Office

The Wilderness Society works to protect wilderness and inspire Americans to care for our wild places.

Washington Farmland Trust

Seattle, WA

Washington Farmland Trust

Washington Farmland Trust protects and stewards threatened farmland across the state. They work to keep land in production by making it accessible to future generations of farmers.

Puget Soundkeeper Alliance

Seattle, WA

Puget Soundkeeper Alliance

Out on the water every week, stopping pollution every day, Puget Soundkeeper Alliance protects and preserves the waters of Puget Sound.

350 Eastside

WOODINVILLE, WA

350 Eastside

350 Eastside works locally to build a climate justice movement, reduce fossil fuel extraction and consumption, and keep the climate stable and safe.

The Common Acre

SEATTLE, WA

The Common Acre

The Common Acre works to restore relationships between people and the land through ecology, agriculture, community and art.

Hanford Challenge

Seattle, WA

Hanford Challenge

Hanford Challenge seeks to create a future for Hanford that secures human health and safety, advances accountability and promotes a sustainable environmental and economic legacy for the Tri-Cities, Pacific Northwest and beyond.

Oceans Initiative

Seattle, WA

Oceans Initiative

Oceans Initiative is a team on a mission to protect marine life in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

Sound Action

Vashon, WA

Sound Action

Sound Action seeks to protect Puget Sound’s nearshore habitats and fish from harmful development by ensuring environmental laws are applied.

GRuB (Garden-Raised Bounty)

Olympia, WA

GRuB (Garden-Raised Bounty)

GRuB works to inspire positive personal and community change by bringing people together around food and agriculture and sharing tools, trainings and resources to build a just and sustainable food system.

Puget Sound Restoration Fund

Bainbridge Island, WA

Puget Sound Restoration Fund

Puget Sound Restoration Fund works to restore iconic species and habitats that are imperiled or diminished, renew our connections to marine resources, and recover a healthy ecosystem that supports diverse species†including us.

Recreation Northwest

Bellingham, WA

Recreation Northwest

Recreation Northwest promotes outdoor recreation and brings people together to enjoy, preserve and improve the places where we play.

Make an Impact

Take Action with Hanford Challenge – Waste Encapsulation Storage Facility — Hanford Challenge

Event from Hanford Challenge

Seattle, WA, United States

Take Action with Hanford Challenge – Waste Encapsulation Storage Facility

Hanford Challenge

Join us, along with Dirk Dunning, retired chemical engineer and nuclear specialist who formerly worked for the Oregon State Department of Energy, to hear about plans to add Hanford’s high-risk Waste Encapsulation and Storage Facility (WESF) to the Site-Wide Hanford Permit, and find out how you can take action. Make

Love the Land: A virtual benefit concert for local farms — Washington Farmland Trust

Event from Washington Farmland Trust

Seattle, WA, United States

Love the Land: A virtual benefit concert for local farms

Washington Farmland Trust

Now more than ever, we need regional food security. Local farmers are under enormous pressure due to rising land prices, climate change, and a growing pandemic. We know we are stronger together, and that it will take all of us to create lasting solutions for a better future. That’s why

Love the Land: A virtual benefit concert for local farms — Washington Farmland Trust

Event from Washington Farmland Trust

Seattle, WA, United States

Love the Land: A virtual benefit concert for local farms

Washington Farmland Trust

On Sep 30, Patagonia grantee @wafarmlandtrust and their partner @Viva_Farms are hosting a virtual benefit concert for Washington farms featuring PNW artists Dave Matthews, Naomi Wachira, Tomo Nakayama, and Luz Elena Mendoza. Join us to as we work to creat a resilient local food system.

Field to Fork Virtual Benefit — The Common Acre

Event from The Common Acre

Seattle, WA, United States

Field to Fork Virtual Benefit

The Common Acre

Join The Common Acre and superstar local chefs Tarik Abdullah, Irbille Donia, and Cody Westerfield for an appetizing evening fundraiser – from the comfort of your own home! You’ll learn how to prepare a farm-fresh meal (and craft cocktail to match!) along with the pros, hear more about our approach

Tell Secretary Zinke to support the Methow Headwaters mineral withdrawal! — The Wilderness Society – Washington State Office

 from The Wilderness Society – Washington State Office

Seattle, WA, United States

Tell Secretary Zinke to support the Methow Headwaters mineral withdrawal!

The Wilderness Society – Washington State Office

Supporters – Let’s show Secretary of Interior, Ryan Zinke, overwhelming support for protecting the Methow Headwaters from industrial-scale mining. Visit www.methowheadwaters.org to submit a comment.

Tell KNKX: we need accurate climate coverage! — 350 Eastside

 from 350 Eastside

WOODINVILLE, WA, United States

Tell KNKX: we need accurate climate coverage!

350 Eastside

KNKX’s segment “Weather With Cliff Mass” doesn’t reflect the consensus of global climate scientists. For 8 years, it has aired 3x each Friday, minimizing the climate crisis to KNKX’s 325k listeners.

Save the Land and Water Conservation Fund! — The Wilderness Society – Washington State Office

 from The Wilderness Society – Washington State Office

Seattle, WA, United States

Save the Land and Water Conservation Fund!

The Wilderness Society – Washington State Office

Please sign your name to this letter to protect the Land and Water Conservation Fund and our ability to protect and enjoy public parks and open spaces across the country.

Stand with the Puyallup Tribe – No LNG Fracked Gas in the Salish Sea! — 350 Seattle

 from 350 Seattle

Seattle, WA, United States

Stand with the Puyallup Tribe – No LNG Fracked Gas in the Salish Sea!

350 Seattle

Puget Sound Energy’s LNG facility in Tacoma will cement us into a future dependent on fossil fuels which cause climate change. We need to retire fossil fuel projects, not build new ones.

Patagonia Seattle


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