Tell us what gave you the idea
Walk us through the process of getting AH started
Talk about any monumentum building moments that helped you get traction
Tell us where you're at now as a company
At the beginning of each year, our team decides what cause we will be supporting for the upcoming year(s). After choosing, we make a list of 5-7 non-profit's in our community and decide which organization aligns best with Associated Humanity's values. Afterwards, we reach out to the NPOs and begin setting up the campaign for the following year(s).
Some of our favorite non-profit's to work with are Nurture KC and Halo Foundation. Check out our Partners page to learn more.
The design process is incredibly exciting. We have an in-house designer for AH, but if we feel we need a different voice to represent the non-profit, we typically reach out to local designers whose design fits the vibe of the NPO. Once we've gathered the designer(s), we have a brief discovery call or email chain with the non-profit. During this time, everyone is writing down buzzwords, big picture ideas, or general values of the organization. Afterwards, the designer takes all of the information gathered and creates a few early stage concepts. During that time, Makenzy is curating the right style/cut of clothing for the drop. After two weeks, all forces meet together and magic happens! Once we've agreed on a design as a team, we send it over to the non-profit and they give us the thumbs up. Last touch is deciding where to put our iconic Associated Humanity red tag.
Our clothing is ethically made using sustainable materials and production methods, reducing our environmental impact. By wearing our clothes, our customers are not only making a fashion statement but also supporting a movement towards a more equitable and sustainable future for all. Contact us if you have any questions about our process.
Through your purchase, we're able to donate a portion of our profits to organizations that fight for human rights, social justice, and social equity, making a tangible difference in the world. Our styles and design have helped...
- Resource mothers facing high infant mortality in the urbancore
- Mentor underserved models, actors, and dancers
- Teach more children how to read
- Educate more urban farmers
- Shelter homeless youth
Makenzy is a connector who brings people together to create meaningful change for his community. Makenzy enjoys playing pickleball as often as he can.
Adriana is a graphic designer with a love for fashion and non-profits, driven to create meaningful impact through design.
Miles is a finance professional intent on aggressive learning. He's passionate about using his skills to further meaningful causes.
Sammantha is a creative that is motivated by how Gen Z interacts with the fast moving fashion industry. Sammy is obsessed with making Pinterest boards.
Non-Profit? Influencer? Designer? We would love to connect with you!