Inspire, ignite and
activate 5 million
changemakers by 2025.*
What Is A Changemaker?
When people make time for good, transformative
change happens. We believe in the power of
changemakers to make the world better for all
of us through acts both big and small.
*Measured through content shares,
of Make Time For Good products
How We Do It
Everything we do is in support of
the following categories of service:
We're Going Pro-Planet
Leaving the world a better place
for future generations.
Opportunity For Her
Creating the next generation of SHEroes.
Opening doors through mentors
and peer to peer learning.
Kindness & Advocacy
Building community and taking action.
Partners In Purpose
We partner with these super-powered organizations
who think like we do and work tirelessly to
inspire, ignite and activate young changemakers.
Our Pro-Planet Commitments
We're Actively Working To Make The World A
Better Place In Two Ways:
Designing For The Future
Design and produce 100% of our product to
meet our pro-planet criteria by 2025.
Make 100% of our primary packaging
recyclable and/or reusable by 2025.
Lead in circular business model approaches
—where our materials can be used, reused
and reduced—by 2025.
Reducing our Footprint
Reduce water consumption for leather
tanning by 45% by 2025.
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30%
Eliminate virgin plastics in our supply
chain by 2030.
Visit Fossil Group to find out more about our pro-planet
initiatives as well as our wider sustainability strategy.
Pro-Planet Initiative: Eco-Leathers
As part of our pro-planet initiatives, we currently source more than 90% of our leather from Leather Working Group certified tanneries. That means this leather went through a tanning process that met strict requirements on responsible water use, wastewater discharge, energy use, chemical management and air emissions.
We're also aiming to have 40% of our leather products made from Litehide—an innovative eco-leather that enables a further dramatic reduction in water consumption, wastewater pollution, CO2 emissions, the use of salt and waste—by the end of 2020.