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We Give a Dime: "How Much Does Tillage Give for Freedom?"

We Give a Dime: "How Much Does Tillage Give for Freedom?"

Owning a start-up with a mission to give back can feel weighty, especially in the early years. You want to get out of debt while maintaining integrity of the product while also raising brand awareness, while also longing to give back.   As Tillage Clothing participates in various markets and pop-up events, one question we get asked at least once at each occasion is, “What percentage do you give back to your non-profits?” We want to answer that question as frankly with you now as we are with those potential customers. Our starting point give back percentage is 1% of...

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May Your Christmas Be Merry and Bright

May Your Christmas Be Merry and Bright

    We have much to be thankful for this Christmas season! 1. We made the "DoneGood" Holiday Gift Guide List2. We deepened our partnership with Alabaster Jar Project by becoming certified volunteers with the incredible organization3. We added 3 fabulous brand ambassadors to our tribe, who repped Tillage Clothing with excellence at markets across the country. Thanks so much for all of your help, ladies!4. We felt more connected to our customers as you came back to buy second and third rounds of pants while providing sweet feedback.5. We are growing as a company overall (numbers are up from last year).    ...

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The Latest from our Comfy Place

The Latest from our Comfy Place

 Let us help you quench the scratch of wonderment on your head...                                       Give Tillage Pants to All! After just completing an epic cross country road trip, we are refreshed and eager to provide you with the best 2-in-one gift yet--the most comfortable, ethically made pants that help knock out human trafficking. Shop now to buy as many pants in as many fabrics you can dream for those you love most this holiday season at tillageclothing.com. ** Want to Catch Us Live...

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"Freedom is Never Free"

"Freedom is Never Free"

“Freedom is never free,” ~Maya Angelou   What happens to the darling, beautiful children displaced from their mothers at border lines?   Nothing about this site is meant to be political, but its roots and flow are in humanitarianism, so the question must be asked. We are not the only ones asking. Our distraught faces of the images of these helpless little ones in propaganda media is intolerable to our hearts. And each heart is a life. Each life a story to be told, not an example to be set.   Whatever the end goal may be, the fact remains,...

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