As stewards of the land we seek to create the best wine with the smallest impact on the environment while inspiring social responsibility within our company and providing joy to our guests. We seek to create a sustainable company that creates the best product as we can in an environment to inspire joy, social and environmental responsibility. We treat our social and environmental impact as a primary measure of success for our business and prioritize it even in cases where it may not drive profitability.
We make wine from the resources we get from the land, and we want to give back to help protect it. 1% for the Planet’s mission is to bring dollars and doers together to accelerate smart environmental giving. 1% of our gross revenues directly benefit qualified environmental not-for-profits. Each time you buy a bottle of wine from Cartograph, you’re helping the environment. Our hope is that together, we’ll leave the world a better place. https://www.onepercentfortheplanet.org/
Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal account-ability to balance profit and purpose. The B Corp community works toward reduced inequality, lower levels of poverty, a healthier environment, stronger communities and the creation of more high-quality jobs with dignity and purpose. https://www.bcorporation.net/en-us
AVFilm delivers on its mission to bring global perspectives into our community, build partnerships to broaden their impact, and educate, empower, and engage students of all ages through the transformative power of film. The goal is simple: transport their audience with moving and impactful films, accessible to all, from a compassionate, professional, and invested organization. We support the AVFilm goals and the understanding of the untapped potential available in the film industry, as they strive to push the envelope with works that celebrate every opportunity for awareness renewal. https://avfilmpresents.org/
As many of you know, Alan’s first career was in recording and producing classical music — with a particular focus on living American composers — at Minnesota Public Radio. When the Green Music Center opened the world-class Weill Hall on the campus of Sonoma State University a few years back, we were delighted that its concert series included an incredibly wide range of musical styles.
We heard from a lot of local arts organizations in 2017 that their donors were redirecting contributions temporarily to fire-recovery efforts. Cartograph joined many other Sonoma County businesses to help people affected by the fires, and we continue to look for ways to assist those who are trying to rebuild. At the same time, we believe the arts serve the community by bringing people together for a shared joyous experience — so as we thought about gathering people around something positive, we reached out to the Green Music Center to form a partnership. https://gmc.sonoma.edu/
We deeply believe in the impact of a community to support itself and it's wellness when it has access to services and clinicians that are community based and culturally aware. A healthy community is a strong community. We love that the Healthcare Foundation provides numerous grants that focus on these communities and clinicians. In particular, the mental health pipeline they support and the focus on bilingual clinicians is critical in this community. As is the Community Wellness Center initiative. It’s a big deal for everyone to feel that there is a place for them—a place where they can feel safe, a place they can trust, where they can build community. We know what isolation has done to us over the last few years. healthcarefoundation.net
When the pandemic hit in spring 2020, we worried about hunger and how people were going to access food. Realizing that the pandemic was going to create even more issues related to hunger and health, we partnered with the Redwood Empire Foodbank. Our team has paid time to volunteer for the food bank and we provide a significant donation every year. https://refb.org/