LBB

Little Bit Better (LBB) is an initiative celebrating people and organizations doing things just a little bit better to make a better future for all of us.

Celebrating how small changes add up to big impact.

Nobody can do it all. But we can all do a little better.

A Little Bit Better Looks different for everyone

A Little Bit Better.
Kashi wanted to find a more financially feasible way for farmers to grow organic crops. By creating a whole new certification standard through Quality Assurance International, they opened the doors for sustainable transitions from regular to organic farming.
A Little Bit Better.
Kashi wanted to find a more financially feasible way for farmers to grow organic crops. By creating a whole new certification standard through Quality Assurance International, they opened the doors for sustainable transitions from regular to organic farming.
A Little Bit Greener.
Patagonia Global Sport Activist Ian Walsh was once just a surfer who loved the water. Gradually, he turned his love of surfing into an opportunity to mentor young athletes in surfing and environmental awareness.
A Little Bit Kinder.
Martha’s Kitchen started with PB&J sandwiches in a small kitchen. Today, the organization serves over 100,000 meals and distributes over 250,000 pounds of groceries to food-desperate communities.
A Little Bit Kinder.
Martha’s Kitchen started with PB&J sandwiches in a small kitchen. Today, the organization serves over 100,000 meals and distributes over 250,000 pounds of groceries to food-desperate communities.
A Little Bit Greener.
Patagonia Global Sport Activist Ian Walsh was once just a surfer who loved the water. Gradually, he turned his love of surfing into an opportunity to mentor young athletes in surfing and environmental awareness.
A Little Bit Stronger.
Johnny G suffered a massive brain injury that should have left him in a coma. Today, he can walk and talk thanks to the daily small exercises from his wife and doctors.
A Little Bit Stonger.
Johnny G suffered a massive brain injury that should have left him in a coma. Today, he can walk and talk thanks to the daily small exercises from his wife and doctors.
A Little Bit Greener.
Patagonia Global Sport Activist Ian Walsh was once just a surfer who loved the water. Gradually, he turned his love of surfing into an opportunity to mentor young athletes in surfing and environmental awareness.
A Little Bit Smarter.
One solar panel at a time, the University of Denver is working on becoming a completely solar campus by 2025. Smart for an energy budget and smarter for the world.
A Little Bit Smarter.
One solar panel at a time, the University of Denver is working on becoming a completely solar campus by 2025. Smart for an energy budget and smarter for the world.
A Little Bit Greener.
Patagonia Global Sport Activist Ian Walsh was once just a surfer who loved the water. Gradually, he turned his love of surfing into an opportunity to mentor young athletes in surfing and environmental awareness.
A Little Bit Greener.
Patagonia Global Sport Activist Ian Walsh was once just a surfer who loved the water. Gradually, he turned his love of surfing into an opportunity to mentor young athletes in surfing and environmental awareness.
A Little Bit Greener.
Patagonia Global Sport Activist Ian Walsh was once just a surfer who loved the water. Gradually, he turned his love of surfing into an opportunity to mentor young athletes in surfing and environmental awareness.

So how do you get started doing things a Little Bit Better?

17 years ago, our founder Andy Keller saw the mounting problem with single-use plastic bags clogging up oceans and landfills. He knew he couldn’t eliminate all the plastic bags in the world, but he knew he could do a little bit better.

Every bag (and utensil set) since then has added up. Today, we’ve kept over 25 billion single-use items out of the world’s waterways and landfills.

The ripple effect doesn’t stop there. Over the last decade and a half, there’ve been many others in the sustainable space advocating for less plastic use, all doing a little bit better themselves. When ChicoBag started, the average American used over 500 single-use shopping bags every year. Through advocacy, education, and other sustainable pioneers in this space, that number is now down to 365.

Whether you’re fighting plastic alongside ChicoBag, helping one more elderly neighbor mow her lawn, or implementing dog-friendly Fridays at the office, when we all make the commitment to do a little bit better, we can make enormous change.

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