Most college students who study abroad return with fascinating stories, cherished memories, and some amount of personal growth. In 2012, Jeff Steitz, Ryan Westberg, and Nate Holterman returned with the stories, the memories, and the growth, but they also brought something else with them: Serengetee. Serengetee is a company that sells various hats, shirts, jackets, and accessories for men, women, and children. What sets their products apart from any others are the swatches of fabric (i.e. a pocket on a t-shirt or a patch on a beanie) they possess. Each fabric is associated with one of 32 causes — from the A21 Campaign that fights human trafficking in Europe to Feed My Starving Children which fights hunger right here in the United States — in even more countries all around the world. All of the products are handmade in California and 5% of each purchase goes directly to the local charity that the fabric supports. Visit the Serengetee website to find out even more about this amazing company.