We’re a mission-driven, women-led wellness brand based in coastal California. We had humble beginnings—my co-founder and I started a pop-up adaptogenic coffee bar in 2016. We traveled around the US, waxing lyrical about the magic of plants. People listened, they felt better in their bodies and minds, and we created Clevr to make those feelings easier to reach.
Our approach to wellness goes beyond the mug—it’s roots are in our sourcing, where ethical, transparent supply chains are our foundation. It’s branches are in food justice, ensuring part of our revenue goes to supporting more equitable food systems.
My hope is that we’ve created something that will be the first and easiest good decision you make each day. That by feeling nourished, and by energizing in a way that’s restorative, not extractive, you’ll be able to show up more fully for yourself and your community. The path to healing and wholeness is messy, non-linear, and downright hard, but we’re here on the sidelines, cheering you on, making you a cup of tea when you feel weary.
We humbly donate part of our monthly revenue to organizations fighting for a more equitable food system.
We work with El Centro Santa Barbara, a Black, Indigenous, People of Color and LQBTQIA+ led organization working to address social and ecological inequities in the Lower Westside of Santa Barbara, CA.
The Somos Semillas Garden project is dedicated to shifting our relationship to food & the environment, and to promote a healthier, more resilient community. It provides a space for members of our community to engage in place-based learning, public health + nutrition education, and community empowerment. As the impacts and challenges of the pandemic unfolds, El Centro continues to explore creative solutions to meet the needs of our constituency and the resilience of our community.
Over the past year, our donations have translated to: