Valleykind Apparel values human life. We condemn White Supremecy and affirm that Black Lives Matter. We want children of all racial, ethnic, ability, and religious backgrounds to see themselves as precious and strong and worthy. 

Though Valleykind Apparel exists to most in a virtual presence, VK recognizes that each garment is created on land that, until the Willamette Valley Treaty of 1855, was occupied by the Chepenefa Band of the Kalapuya people (the descendants of which are now part of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community and the Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians). After the treaty was signed, the Kalapuya People were forced to reservations in Western Oregon.

As a shop who values people and planet, Valleykind Apparel is mindful of environmental impact. Fabrics chosen for our garments are intentionally selected with the earth in mind. Fabric scraps are put to use for other projects. The packaging we select for shipping is 100% recycled. We also offer an option at checkout to help neutralize the carbon emissions that go into creating a garment.