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We all make choices about what we wear. We wear our style. We wear our individuality. We wear our values. At TOMS, we are proud to wear our impact on our feet. When you buy TOMS, you help fund access to mental health resources for the millions of people who need them. We do this by giving ⅓ of profits for grassroots good, which includes investing in our impact partners who are building equity at the local level. Wear TOMS. WEAR GOOD.





1/3 of our profits for grassroots good



Taking care of the place we all call home



Ground-up change starts with us

We’re Proud to Be


We’ve been awarded Best for the World ™ B Corps in the Community area. That means we are in the top 5% of B Corps organizations of our size in the Community category, and we could not be prouder.


We are also a proud member of the Fair Labor Association (FLA), and we remain committed to purpose, planet, people, and taking it one step further by making sure our products and processes reflect our commitment to bettering worker’s rights in our manufacturing and production.

2022 The Highlights







Supporting Grassroots Good

We give 1/3 of our profits for grassroots good through cash grants and building deep partnerships with nonprofits working to create impact in three areas: mental health, access to opportunity, and ending gun violence.

Our Impact Partners: Where They Are


Letters to Strangers

Peace First

United States

Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective (BEAM)

Cities United

Creative Futures Collective

Cure Violence Global


Helen Keller Intl


The Dinner Party

Atlanta Metro Area

Global Fund for Children


Champaign Arts District


Los Angeles Metro Area

Brave Trails

COLORS LGBTQ Youth Counseling Services

Community Coalition

Defy Ventures

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services

East Side Riders Bike Club

GRYD Foundation

Homeboy Industries

Los Angeles LGBT Center


Safe Place for Youth

Self Help Graphics & Art

Urban Peace Institute

Venice Family Clinic

Minneapolis Metro Area

Hmong Cultural Center

New York Metro Area


Que Paso Latinx


Oakland, California

Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice

Youth ALIVE!




MHI Mental Health Initiative


Together for Children


Fundación Origen



United Kingdom

The Maya Center

The Mix


Team Tila


Bright Kids Charity

International Medical Corps

United Arab Emirates

The LightHouse Arabia

Get to Know Our Partners

For us, grassroots good means forming deep partnerships with organizations that understand the challenges in their neighborhoods and supporting them with resources to bring solutions to life. Get to know three of the Impact Partners we worked with this year.

"The Dinner Party represents a space where I can let down my guard, and I feel like breaking bread or having dinner with a person or group is one of the most important things you can do. Good friendships were made over dinner and a good glass of wine."

Maya - She/Her

The Dinner Party Community Member

“The program provides comprehensive queer youth therapy, but we also have a cohort of therapists that we train on queer youth therapy and in return, they go and provide those services.”

Jessica - She/Her

LMFT, Brave Trails Co-Founder & Co-Executive Director

“Homeboy Industries represents a haven for me, a new way of life, new beginnings, and a fresh start. Just becoming the man I always wanted to be that I didn't know how to be.”

Miguel - He/Him

Director of Community Relations

Mental Health Resources

See the variety of resources our Impact Partners provide.

Home of the nations first Suicide Prevention Center which provides 24/7 multilingual crisis support for anyone in distress or worried about a loved one.

The largest youth-run nonprofit, which developed the world's first-ever youth-for-youth mental health guidebook.

The organization's AFFIRM Program for LGBTQ+ youth offers group-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy interventions for improving the behavorial health and well-being of LGBTQ+ people.

A UK-based nonprofit that provides free, confidential support for young people under 25 via online, social, and mobile platforms.

Mental Health

Awareness Month

We encouraged our staff to complete the Be There Certificate training created by Jack.org in partnership with the Born This Way Foundation to empower each of us to support someone struggling with mental health. We also spent a few days at Camp Brave Trails, helping build bunk beds and prepare the camp.

$10,000 Grants. 10 Organisations.

Word Mental Health Day

On October 10th, in celebration of World Mental Health Day, we launched our TOMS 10X10 program, where we gave $10,000 USD grants to 10 mental health-focused organizations around the world.

TOMS & Ukraine

This year we gave $100,000 USD to our longtime partner, International Medical Corps, to support their work in providing access to critical mental health services in and around Ukraine. We also donated $10,000 USD to Bright Kids, which helps Ukrainian families with children with disabilities.

2022 Highlights

Special Collaborations

We love it when our impact efforts come to life through unique collaborations and collections.

Happiness Project

We collaborated with Happiness Project on a collection of footwear and apparel that supported and encouraged care for mental health. It also highlighted our Impact Partners Letters to Strangers and The Mix.

Unity Collection

A special collection with multiple drops throughout the year, not just for PRIDE month. We support the LGBTQ+ community year-round, partnering with organizations like COLORS, which provides free and unlimited LGBTQ+ affirmative mental health care to young people and their families.


We honored Día de Los Muertos with a limited-edition collaboration featuring Xicanx printmaker Daniel González. With every TOMS purchase, you help to support organizations like Self Help Graphics & Art, which provides access to space, training, and capital for Chicano/a and Xicanx artists.

Sustainability is a Journey, Not a Destination

We've always been in business to improve lives, which means taking good care of the place we call home.

Our Commitments

To make smart, long-term improvements to our products and practices, we’ve identified key commitments which will carry us through 2025. Take a look at four of them.

30% of footwear products sold in 2022 met our earthwise™ requirements.

We have been delayed on measuring our carbon footprint due to the supply chain pressure as a result of the pandemic. We're educating ourselves on carbon measurement and finding ways to reduce our footprint.

We aim to source 100% sustainable cotton by 2025. In 2022, we made significant progress towards this by introducing recycled cotton in our most popular shoe - the iconic Alpargata.

We've gone plastic-free in our packaging‐except for some hang tag fastener loops. All our earthwise™ products are 100% plastic-free, and we've switched our samples to use 100% recycled LDPE polybags.

Make with the Planet in mind


earthwise™ is a badge for products designed with the planet in mind, incorporating earth-friendly elements.


of footwear products sold in 2022 met our earthwise™ requirements

Ground-Up Change Starts With Us

In 2020, we made a long-term commitment to ensure our company and culture are rooted in Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Anti-Racism.

Anti-Racist Organization

Our Culture & Experience Committee and DEIA (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Anti-Racism) Committee work to ensure we actively combat systemic racism and policies that lead to inequities.

A day to share, learn and understand systematic racism as we become better allies. Every year, we host a Day of Learning, where we work on building an inclusive, racially equitable culture in our company.

A proactive, data-informed and ongoing system for staff to work directly with our People Team to ensure job descriptions, titles, and compensation reflects the impact each staff member makes.

Not everyone benefits equally from salary negotiations, so we removed them altogether. We publish pay ranges in our open position postings, so all budgeted salary ranges are transparent.

Our program includes everyone‐regardless of level. We monitor representation for both mentees and mentors and encourage all of our staff to share, learn, and grow together.

We are a proud part of the rich and diverse Los Angeles community, and our goal is to be the best representation of the diversity of our hometown. This means creating structures and policies that address equity through the employee lifecycle—from applying, hiring, and onboarding processes to advancement, learning opportunities, and other internal development programs.

Data gathered: October 2022.
* Employees have the option of disclosing their demographic information at TOMS. “Unspecified” represents those who have opted out.

Creating Positive

Change Together

We love spending time with our Impact Partners and seeing where we can provide support to their communities.

This year, our employees built mental health first aid kits for partners, helped Brave Trails prep for summer camp, and participated in Homeboy Industries’ 5K race.

Giving Tuesday

Once a year, we close our global offices and dedicate an entire workday to volunteering with local nonprofits and the communities they serve.

This year, our Los Angeles office partnered with SuitUp, an organization that increases career readiness for all students through innovative business plan competitions. Internationally, our EMEA and APAC offices partnered with local community organizations.

Meet Our New HQ

2022 brought new changes to TOMS. We reduced our footprint and moved to a smaller, more efficient space in Culver City.

As part of bringing our new space to life, we invited local artists to share their interpretation of equity on our walls. The result? A beautiful, diverse, inspiring place for all.

Artists: @_djjavier | @michellehoogveld | @londubhstudio | @marcozamora_studio



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