Independent makers, growers and business owners are essential to preserving Cape Cod’s unique cultural fabric and independent spirit for future generations. Many of them cite lack of capital as a factor in slow growth or product development delays. Often, a relatively small amount is all they need to continue advancing their dreams.
Since LoveLiveLocal’s mission includes a commitment to fostering an economically sustainable, culturally engaging future for the place we call home, being part of a solution seemed like a natural fit. So, we created Project Cape Made – a new LoveLiveLocal apparel line would bring awareness and micro-investments to local entrepreneurs through a series of limited edition products. Fifty percent of the profits from Project Cape Made sales would be awarded to worthy local makers in need.
The first Project Cape Made tees and sweatshirts flew off the racks when we launched the initiative at our July 2016 LoveLocal Fest, and sales of our cozy threads have remained strong.
In 2018 The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod partnered with LoveLiveLocal to enable us to give away two grants each cycle instead of just one.
Washershore pendants are crafted from stainless steel washers that are made unique and personal with images, logos, and sayings placed over the washer with pattern paper by co-creators Lindsay Holt and Jenn Nickerson.
Cape Cod Home Remedies was founded Sabrina Ewing and Heather Swett and is a line of pure, simple and organic body care products that are both wholesome and effective from soaps and bath bombs, to hand sanitizer and deodorant.
Cape Cod Home Remedies
Organic Magnesium Cream for better sleep, reduced anxiety, and eliminating leg cramps produced in Wellfleet
Eco and ethical clothing line
designed and produced in Hyannis