Cambria Gives Back
We rise by lifting others. We are so pleased to partner with a variety of nonprofit organizations that share in our values of empowering women, protecting the environment, and making the world a more equitable place for all, including:
Women's Earth Alliance
Women's Earth Alliance (WEA) is a global nonprofit on a mission to protect the earth, end the climate crisis, and ensure a just, thriving world by empowering women's leadership. WEA’s model identifies grassroots women leaders working on the frontlines to reverse climate change and protect their communities' natural resources, livelihoods, and health. By investing in their long-term leadership, WEA supports these women in scaling the reach, impact, and longevity of their solutions beyond initial project investments– creating a ripple effect that benefits women’s communities, regions, our Earth, and future generations.
SeaTrees is a nonprofit organization dedicated to planting and protecting blue-carbon coastal ecosystems around the world. Given the ocean's influence on our vines, we're proud to support their mission of protecting the oceans in order to mitigate climate change, so that we can continue to make sustainable wine for generations to come.
Amazon Frontlines Women's Empowerment Program
The Women’s Empowerment Program of Amazon Frontlines and the Ceibo Alliance supports Indigenous women and strengthens Indigenous families through the formation of community-led enterprises and women’s associations that focus on income-generating socio-agricultural projects, as well as the recovery of plant medicines and traditional healing systems.
Calla Rose Ostrander – Carbon Farming
Calla Rose Ostrander is an activist and organizer in the environmental movement. She brings together philanthropists, government leaders and businesspeople to build new climate-beneficial social and economic structures and scale the healthy soils movement in California and the rest of the US.
Dr. Victoria Kisyombe – Microloans
Dr. Victoria Kisyombeis an advocate and entrepreneur that has worked to redesign the traditional model of micro-finance to work for Tanzanian women. In 2002, she began loaning and leasing productive assets that allowed women to generate sustainable incomes throughout Tanzania. Offering everything from tractors to photocopiers, to ovens, and even livestock.
Yin Myo Su – Community & Culture Preservation
Yin Myo Su (“Misuu”) is an entrepreneur and activist working to protect the culture, nature, and people in her homeland of Burma, now also known as Myanmar. In partnership with her family, she opened the Inle Princess Resort in 1995. There, they run a socially and environmentally responsible business that invests in the local community and ensures that the culture and values of her nation are preserved for generations to come.
Cambria is proud to support local non-profit organizations in our home of Santa Barbara, California and throughout the United States.
To learn more about our wine donation guidelines and to submit a donation request for your non-profit, please visit our Charitable Donations Site. You can also learn more about our annual #WomensDaytheCambriaWay celebration and our philanthropy partners.