As part of the partnership, Freehand Goods has pledged at least $500 a month to the Foundation as well as contributions from the sale of custom, collaborative products which will be released throughout 2024.
“No one captures the spirit of Florida in their apparel and merchandise like Freehand
Goods,” said Julia Gill Woodward, CEO of the Florida State Parks Foundation via a prepared statement. “Freehand Goods is the perfect partner to share the story of Florida’s amazing state parks in a fresh, new way, and we are grateful for their generosity in supporting our
state’s natural wonders.”
The Foundation will work in partnership with the retailer to release at least 12 new products throughout the year that focus on Florida’s state parks, the wildlife that call them home, and efforts to conserve and protect them, including t-shirts, hats, candles, stickers, and more.
Freehand Goods has two locations in Orlando, one at East End Market in Audubon Park and another standalone shop with a built-in craft beer bar at 2445 Edgewater Drive [GMap] in College Park.