As a Benefit Corporation, City Apparel + Merch considers the impact of our business decisions not only on shareholders but also on team members, customers, the community, and our planet.
By harnessing our Do Good philosophy, City Apparel aims to positively impact our associates, customers, and communities we serve; balancing profit with purpose.
City Apparel initiatives surrounding profit with purpose:
City Apparel was excited to bring a new award category to the Findlay-Hancock County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Awards in 2021.
To learn more about the SBA awards, visit Findlay-Hancock County Chamber of Commerce.
Coats for Christmas of Hancock County originated from the vision of City Dry Cleaning owner, Paul Kramer. In 1987, Kramer developed and launched a service project to provide a warm coat to those in need regardless of financial circumstances.
The Braden Kramer Foundation was established to honor Braden’s fight against Cancer by raising funds that will positively impact families battling Pediatric Cancer.
The mission of the United Way of Hancock County is to “measurably improve people’s lives.”
The mission of the Honor Flight is to transport America's Veterans to Washington, D.C. to visit those memorials dedicated to honor their service and sacrifices.
Black Swamp Classic promises to be a great day of golf, friendship and fun. All proceeds will be donated to the Braden Kramer Foundation, Findlay and Putnam County YMCA.
Komen, is the largest and best-funded breast cancer organization in the United States. The organization has spent nearly $1.5 billion for breast cancer education, research, advocacy, health services and social support programs in the U.S., and through partnerships in more than 50 countries.