Making a difference

As a small business that is family-owned and operated, we at Zerovana, strongly believe in businesses being a catalyst for change. 

We donate 1% of our profits to our non-profit partner National Forest Foundation (NFF) to plant trees.

Each dollar donated plants one tree in the US National Forests.

It's that simple. It doesn't require anything extra from you, just the same support you've shown us and your help in spreading the message.


We want you to know that with every single purchase you make from Zerovana, each time you recommend us to a friend, you are creating a domino effect of positive change:

  • Replace single-use plastic and disposable products
  • Keep our oceans clean and protect marine wildlife
  • Plant trees - help combat climate change and protect endangered wildlife habitat
  • Spread the sustainability, zero-waste message - influence others by leading by example

One piece of plastic at a time, one person at a time - every little change counts ! 

As we grow, we will continue to expand our Giving initiatives and we're excited for you to join in on our journey.


More than 1 million acres of our National Forests are in need of reforestation. Natural disasters such as wildfire, insects and disease outbreaks are jeopardizing the very things that make our forests so wonderful, the majestic trees that grow from Maine to California. 

National Forest Foundation is undertaking an ambitious effort to plant 50 million trees across our National Forests by 2023, from Florida to Alaska. More importantly, they also ensure that the trees grow properly. This is a big goal, but it’s possible with your help. 

The recent IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change) report outlines the dire need to limit global warming by year 2030 to fight climate change, more extreme weather, rising sea levels, diminishing Arctic sea ice and loss of ecosystems, among other consequences. Our trees and forests have a critical role in helping us achieve this goal. Planting trees not only helps combat climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide emission (which keeps global warming in check), it also helps restore habitat for threatened wildlife species.