California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB 657)

Photo Credit: Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking

Photo Credit: Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking


The California Transparency Act is a legislation that is against human trafficking. It requires retail sellers and manufacture, who make more than $100,000, disclose their attempts to prevent and eradicate slavery and human trafficking in their supply chains. The legislation doesn't apply to those who make less than $100,000.

We are a new company; therefore, this legislation doesn't apply to us. However, we wholeheartedly support this legislation regardless of our financial standing. Human trafficking happens everywhere around the world; including in the U.S. We support any organization that helps save people from it.

We have partnered up with Give Into Nature, who's goals is to help save children from sex trafficking by helping out Operation Underground Railroad's (O.U.R.) missions. We done numerous guides for Give Into Nature's events and co-created a fund-raising event at Hangar 18 to raise awareness and save children from slavery.

We also ensure that our products are sweatshop-free and child labor-free. We interviewed our manufacturers and partnered up with those who are with Fair Labor Association (FLA) and/or other independent organizations to ensure fair labor.

We strive to protect the environment but we also strive to protect each other. Everyone should be respected as a human being.