TWLOHA founder Jamie Tworkowski didn’t set out to start a non-profit organization in 2006. All he wanted to do was help his friend Renee who was suffering from depression, addiction and self-injury. Through writing about the experience and selling t-shirts to help fund her treatment, Jamie discovered a community of people struggling with their own mental health and seeking similar support. Since then, TWLOHA has reached millions of people online and in-person with the message that hope and help are real, and has worked to invest over $2.6 million into treatment and recovery for those who can't afford it.
As a company founded at the intersection of music and board sports, we believe strongly in protecting the earth and our access to outdoor recreation. Which is why we’re proud to partner with Protect Our Winters.
Founded by professional snowboarder, Jeremy Jones, POW is a non-profit group that turns passionate outdoor people into effective climate advocates. They have successfully led a community of outdoor enthusiasts, athletes, scientists, creatives and business leaders to affect systemic political solutions to climate change since 2007.
A portion of proceeds from our Upcycling Program, which refurbishes returned or damaged products to reduce landfill waste, goes to Protect Our Winters.
Since 2015, Skullcandy has reinvested back into the Park City community through our Born in PC program. We’re proud to support Park City and other Utah organizations that share our love for music, the environment and outdoor recreation. It’s our way of saying thanks for the inspiration.