Giving Back

We promise to give back a portion of what we are blessed with at Trinité Organiques. We will share 10% of our net profit from all sales among the following not-for-profit organizations:

American Heart Association: In honor of my Daddy

In honor of my Grandmas and Grandpa

When someone has a stroke, they feel terribly alone, often angry and depressed. Every day the American Stroke Foundation helps bring light into these people's lives - and the lives of their families and caregivers. Stroke is not a death sentence. It's a chance for a fresh start. The American Stroke Foundation does not duplicate existing services - but complements them. In a warm, hopeful environment, stroke survivors apply and practice skills to overcome their disabilities and get on with their lives.

In honor of my Dad

SAVE (Suicide Awareness Voices of Education) is a national non-profit group dedicated to preventing suicide through public awareness and education. SAVE offers a wide variety of suicide prevention programs and materials, and also serves as a resource for those that have lost someone to suicide.

In honor of my Shih Tzu, Punch

The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City's mission is to save and improve the lives of dogs and cats throughout the Greater Kansas City community by providing education, adoptions, preventive veterinary care and spay/neuter services. We are a "no kill" shelter who has been saving animals for nearly 100 years. We do not receive any funding from city, state or federal government or any of the national animal organizations. We rely 100% on donations from individuals, foundations, corporations and special events.

In January 2009, the Humane Society of Greater Kansas City (HSGKC) began a partnership, called the Ray of Hope, with the KCK Animal Control to reduce the euthanasia rate in the city shelter. Ray of Hope utilizes a network of no-kill shelters, rescue groups and breed rescues.

The Gabriel's Fund, helps to provide veterinary care to a wonderful animal that is looking for a chance not only to survive but to eventually heal and be given the chance to start a new, healthy life with an adopted family.