We are truly invested in our community.

Whether teaching art lessons, designing posters for charity events, or helping local family farms succeed through our Farm to Shelf grant, we contribute an average of 500 hours every year to local causes close to our hearts. We strive to make a positive and lasting impact in our community, and we also think this makes Truly Creative a more fulfilling place to work.

500
hours

…and counting dedicated to supporting local charities and non-profit organizations.

12
days a year

are given to each employee so they can volunteer for causes they are passionate about.

37
weeks

spent since 2003 supporting our local farmers through our pro-bono Farm to Shelf grants.

 

Community


We are passionate about our community and strive to make it a better place for everyone in it. To that end, we support several local organizations through monetary or in-kind donations. Below are a few of the wonderful organizations we’ve partnered with to support the greater good.

Employee Volunteer Hours

Our employees are encouraged to use 5% (12 full days a year) of their paid time volunteering for causes close to their hearts. To date, hours have been spent volunteering for fundraisers, teaching art lessons, and coaching kids soccer teams. Do you need volunteers for a local event or charity? Give us a shout.

 

Farm to Shelf
Service Grant


Started in 2013, our Farm to Shelf Service Grant provides Pro Bono strategic branding and package design for goods made from sustainable Sonoma, Marin, and Napa County farms in an effort to promote farming that puts people, animals, and the environment first and to make responsible farming an economically viable way of life.

Learn more at farmtoshelf.org or check out the case studies below from past winners.

Farm to Shelf
Service Grant

Started in 2013 by Sloat Design Group, the Farm to Shelf Service Grant provides Pro Bono strategic branding and package design for goods made from sustainable Sonoma, Marin, and Napa County farms in an effort to promote farming that puts people, animals, and the environment first and to make responsible farming an economically viable way of life.

Learn more at farmtoshelf.org or check out the case studies from past winners below.