Using Business As a Force for Good.

Started as a social enterprise, Jelt donates 1% of all sales to organizations with a mission to create healthier ecosystems by focusing on causes dedicated to water, pollution, land and wildlife. Some of our partners include: 

One Percent For the Planet:

One Percent for the Planet is an international organization whose members contribute at least one percent of their annual sales to environmental causes. Their mission is to "build, support and activate an alliance of businesses financially committed to creating a healthy planet.

Learn more:

Greater Yellowstone Coalition: 

Is Committed To Protecting The Wild Heart Of North America. Learn More About Our Organization And How You Can Help. Wildlife Protection. Ecosystem Management. Locations: Montana, Wyoming, Idaho.

Learn more:


Oceana, inc. is a 501 nonprofit ocean conservation organization focused on influencing specific policy decisions on the national level to preserve and restore the world's oceans. 

Learn more:

Gallatin Valley Land Trust

The Gallatin Valley Land Trust connects people to the landscapes that surround us through the conservation of open spaces and creation of trail systems. Through their work they provide spaces for children to get outside, protect habitat for our area’s most iconic wildlife species, keep working farms working, and offer world class outdoor recreation from our Main Street to the Mountains, and so much more.

Learn more:

Community-minded brands create long-term relationships with customers. We are still continuing to improve our business model and practices to help inform and educate consumers of the small changes they can make and the organizations they can support. Although there is an increased awareness of the impact of one’s decisions, it is up to us as a whole to help everyone learn what it actually means to care about the products they purchase, and the brands buy in to. We need to help people research the brands they are shopping from and realize that being a thoughtful consumer doesn’t have to break the bank. It’s not about giving anything up — including affordability, accessibility, or authenticity — it’s about getting more.