Support Local

At Recover, we Support Local.

When COVID-19 hit the U.S., small business employees and owners were among the primary groups whose sustainability and livelihood was immediately impacted. From our Recover co-brand partners to our local neighborhood shops to our own business, we could see it, hear about it, and feel it. 

In response, we launched the #SupportLocal fundraising initiative. For every Support Local tee you purchase, we give $10 to the Recover Support Local Fund, which is distributed directly to our small business partners. These funds provide some immediate operating relief to keep our small business community on their feet during rough times, and it supports them to continue to serve our communities in their own unique ways in the future.



Through #SupportLocal...
  • Recover co-launched over 110 online fundraisers featuring Recover tees available for purchase with part of the proceeds going to a cause, organization, or small business
  • Our customers purchased over 7,000 Support Local tees
  • #SupportLocal raised and distributed over $70,000 to support small businesses

None of this would happen without your participation as customers.




“We have worked with Recover on a few events now, and have always had a great experience. But this fundraiser/ partnership went above and beyond our expectations. Not only were they in- credibly easy to work with (as always), but we ended up raising over $2,000 and created quite the "buzz” about our organization and running in West Virginia - not bad for just 2 weeks! Recover continues to be a phenomenal company and we would highly recommend them."

- Katie Thompson with Freedom’s Run

 "Doing a t-shirt promotion with Recover Brands earlier this year helped us generate income at a time when it was desperately needed. The process was as easy as could be. Not laying out cash up front to produce them locally was also a huge help and the response was far greater than we expected. This Holiday shopping season will pose a huge challenge to small retail businesses. Indoor capacity limits, shipping delays, supply chain issues, and all the unknowns of the pandemic are conspiring to create a make-or-break season for many of us. If you want the small, local businesses you love to still be here in 2021 and beyond my recommendation is to shop early, shop often, and, most importantly, shop local! Your local small business community needs you now more than ever!"

- Tom Beans, Owner of Dudley's Bookstore Cafe