Beth was 22 years old and running a fashion company when she first saw the human rights and environmental pollution occurring in the industry. She believed that fashion could be made ethically and make a difference.

With this vision in mind, she created Raintees, which gives back by planting a tree for every t-shirt sold. Beth discovered that just one collection could impact thousands of lives. Raintees launched in Los Angeles at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in 2008 and has grown into a global tribe of people dedicated to giving back.

With the support of thousands of fans the brand is now sold internationally, has planted more than 40,000 trees in critically endangered areas, and helped send children to school in more than 20 countries.