We've joined
1% for the Planet

We’re committing 1% of our annual sales
to support environmental nonprofits.

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Our planet is the home we all share. We have every reason to make it better.

OXO is a proud member of 1% for the Planet. By committing 1% of our annual sales, we’re empowering nonprofits to tackle environmental issues that affect us all. For 30 years, we’ve designed products that make every day better at home. Now, we’re committing to making every day better for the planet.

Our Membership

1% for the Planet is a global
community of brands and
individuals giving back to
environmental nonprofits.
To date, these members have
donated over $300 million to
organizations making a
positive impact on the earth.

Why Now?

Now is the time to act. By
joining 1% for the Planet, we're
taking an essential step toward
greater environmental
responsibility. After years of
striving to make every day better
in the home, we believe as a
global brand we must give back
to the planet we all call home.

Our Causes

We’re giving time, money and
resources to nonprofits on the
frontlines of environmental
issues. Our continuing
contribution will impact three
vital areas:
1. Sustainable Food Systems
2. Cleaner Air, Land and Water
3. Environmental Education

What’s Next?

We pledge to do our part and
look within, investigating all
aspects of our business to
create environmentally
responsible solutions.
Together, we can make a
difference.

Our Membership

1% for the Planet is a global
community of brands and
individuals giving back to
environmental nonprofits.
To date, these members have
donated $250 million to
organizations making a
positive impact on the earth.

Why Now?

Now is the time to act. By
joining 1% for the Planet, we're
taking an essential step toward
greater environmental
responsibility. After years of
striving to make every day better
in the home, we believe as a
global brand we must give back
to the planet we all call home.

Our Causes

We’re giving time, money and
resources to nonprofits on the
frontlines of environmental
issues. Our continuing
contribution will impact three
vital areas: sustainable food
systems, cleaner air and
water, and environmental
education.

What’s Next?

We pledge to do our part and
look within, investigating all
aspects of our business to
create environmentally
responsible solutions.
Together, we can make a
difference.

Our Environmental Nonprofit Partners

We support a growing network of nonprofits working within our core focus areas: Sustainable Food Systems, Cleaner Air, Land and Water and Environmental Education.

Urban Sprouts plants the seeds of social equity to build healthy and thriving neighborhoods in San Francisco.

Mellifera e.V promotes respectful beekeeping practices, fosters the protection of bees and introduces children and youth in Germany to the fascinating world of honeybees.

City Blossoms cultivates the well-being of communities in Washington, D.C. through creative programming in kid-driven gardens.

Harlem Grown inspires New York City youth to lead healthy and ambitious lives through mentorship and hands-on education in urban farming, sustainability and nutrition.

Nature Conservation Society of Japan is dedicated to the conservation of ecosystems and biological diversity in Japan.

Veni Verdi creates school vegetable gardens in urban areas with the aim of building connections with the next generation of French growers.

FareShare believes that no good food should go to waste. They redistribute surplus food to organizations across the U.K. that turn it into meals for people in need. 

Food Recovery Network unites students at colleges and universities across the U.S. to fight food waste and hunger by recovering perishable food that would otherwise go to waste from their campus’ dining halls and donating it to those in need.

Big Green creates healthy places where kids can learn and grow. Through outdoor learning environments and programming, they forge connections between education and health, and offer learning experiences that engage the whole child.

Rodale Institute is dedicated to growing the organic movement through rigorous research, farmer training and consumer education.

 

The Trust for Public Land creates parks and protects land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come.

 

Soul Fire Farm is a Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC)-centered community farm committed to ending racism and injustice in the food system.

 

OzHarvest is a leading food rescue operation feeding people in need across Australia. They nourish the country through food rescue, education, community engagement and innovation to combat food waste and hunger.

 

Our Environmental Nonprofit Partners

We support a growing network of nonprofits working within our core focus areas: Sustainable Food Systems, Cleaner Air, Land and Water and Environmental Education.

Urban Sprouts plants the seeds of social equity to build healthy and thriving neighborhoods in San Francisco.

Mellifera e.V promotes respectful beekeeping practices, fosters the protection of bees and introduces children and youth in Germany to the fascinating world of honeybees.

City Blossoms cultivates the well-being of communities in Washington, D.C. through creative programming in kid-driven gardens.

Harlem Grown inspires New York City youth to lead healthy and ambitious lives through mentorship and hands-on education in urban farming, sustainability and nutrition.

 Nature Conservation Society of Japan is dedicated to the conservation of ecosystems and biological diversity in Japan.

Veni Verdi creates school vegetable gardens in urban areas with the aim of building connections with the next generation of French growers.

FareShare believes that no good food should go to waste. They redistribute surplus food to organizations across the U.K. that turn it into meals for people in need. 

Food Recovery Network unites students at colleges and universities across the U.S. to fight food waste and hunger by recovering perishable food that would otherwise go to waste from their campus’ dining halls and donating it to those in need.

Big Green creates healthy places where kids can learn and grow. Through outdoor learning environments and programming, they forge connections between education and health, and offer learning experiences that engage the whole child.

Rodale Institute is dedicated to growing the organic movement through rigorous research, farmer training and consumer education.

The Trust for Public Land creates parks and protects land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come.

Soul Fire Farm is a Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC)-centered community farm committed to ending racism and injustice in the food system.

OzHarvest is a leading food rescue operation feeding people in need across Australia. They nourish the country through food rescue, education, community engagement and innovation to combat food waste and hunger.

Our Environmental Nonprofit Partners

We support a growing network of nonprofits working within our core focus areas: Sustainable Food Systems, Cleaner Air, Land and Water and Environmental Education.

Mellifera promotes respectful beekeeping practices, fosters the protection of bees and introduces children and youth in Germany to the fascinating world of honeybees.

The Nature Conservation Society of Japan is dedicated to the conservation of ecosystems and biological diversity in Japan.

Urban Sprouts plants the seeds of social equity to build healthy and thriving neighborhoods in San Francisco.

Soul Fire Farm is a Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC)-centered community farm committed to ending racism and injustice in the food system.

OzHarvest is a leading food rescue operation feeding people in need across Australia. They nourish the country through food rescue, education, community engagement and innovation to combat food waste and hunger.


“OXO’s commitment to make every
day better makes them a great addition
to our global movement. We’re poised
to do great things, together.”

Kate Williams, CEO, 1% for the Planet