– Mission Statement
Native Gorilla’s mission is to inspire peace, love and spirit through the beautiful communities of arts, action sports, music and creative movements.
Native Gorilla is not only a brand, it is a lifestyle conceived by an ever-growing community of influential individuals, intriguing projects, and genuine ideas. We are dedicated to supporting those of us eager to improve, to help the ones devoted to positive development, and most importantly, enhance the world as we know it! We are truly inspired by the unexplored talents articulated by undiscovered musicians, artists, athletes, and dreamers. Driving our passion to help such up-and-comers achieve their desired outcome, along side a diverse community of positively engaged friends and supporters! Native Gorilla takes pride in lending a genuine and humble helping hand. A portion of our profits are distributed amongst a variety of non-profit organizations and beautiful causes we very strongly believe in. We thrive on a contagious wave of euphoric energy, we thrive on peace, love and spirit, we are Native Gorilla!
All of Native Gorilla’s Products are, printed and finalized in Colorado either in-house or using local businesses. Products are printed with eco friendly inks, all products are made to order.
-Non-profits we support
Stronghold Society- a live life call to action movement.
The story begins with a advertising design and graphics business, Nakota Designs. Walt Pourier, Creative Director of Nakota Designs, is Oglala Lakota, from the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Walt’s focus – through his art and design and through the many creative movements he supports – is to share messages of hope, inspiration, and healthy way of life outlooks. His outreach efforts have included youth movements, language revitalization campaigns, suicide prevention, ending domestic violence, food distribution, etc, which have reached many communities.
Native Women’s House of the Rockies
Mission– To provide safe transitional housing that will support and maintain cultural identity, self-esteem, and independence for Native women and their immediate dependents.
Purpose– The goal of NWHR is to provide a safe and welcoming environment for Native women who are experiencing crises in their lives due to domestic violence, rape, or any other form of abuse such as sex trafficking. Stays are limited to six months, with each woman having a plan of success designed specifically for her to help achieve personal goals within those six months and how to proceed once graduated from NWHR.
For more information or to donate to the NWHR go to http://www.nativewomenshouse.org/home.html