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Sacred Trees & Places

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Welcome back to The 6th Clothing Co blog! A lot has been happening with us as we transition into the Summer months. We’re excited to continue to grow, and further connect with more and more amazing organizations in our community! In seeking out new partnerships each month, The 6th Clothing Co is continually empowered and humbled by the philanthropic men and women we meet!
This past month The 6th Clothing Co worked with the Association for Native American Sacred Trees and Places, or NASTaP. NASTaP is a relatively new organization, founded in 2017, however their powerful mission has enabled them to make much progress. The organization’s goal is to inspire discovery, appreciation, and conservation of culturally modified trees and places held sacred to Native Americans.
Native American Culturally Modified Sacred Tree

Photo credit: Janet Shown, CEO, NASTaP
NASTaP raises money to improve research, identification, interpretation, documentation, education, and conservation for Native American landmarks and landscapes. As an avid proponent for underserved and underrepresented communities, The 6th Clothing Co was proud to produce a collection of t-shirt designs from their logo and signature message, "Inspiration is Here", to help raise awareness and donations for this wonderful organization!

These unique shirts are currently available on our website. If you are interested in becoming a member or learning more about the Association for Native American Sacred Trees and Places, you can check out their website at And if you are interested in becoming further involved, or making a contribution there is more than one way to show your support:
Check back in next month to learn about our June partnership with PawsCo, an amazing Colorado animal rescue organization. And don’t forget to send in your suggestions for charities and organizations that you feel are making a difference!
Thanks again for all of your support and for being a part of The 6th fam.
One Team. Together. One Tribe!

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