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Our giving program that donates SPF to schools and communities across America

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“Since sun exposure is cumulative throughout our lifetime, it’s super important to keep our little ones protected.”

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Holly Thaggard

Supergoop! Founder

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the backstory


Before we ever showed up in stores, Supergoop! was created with kiddos in mind. Our founder, Holly, created the brand in 2005 with a goal of delivering SPF to classrooms across Louisiana and Texas.

As a mom and former elementary school teacher, Holly was inspired to encourage children everywhere to start protecting their skin at a young age so it becomes a daily healthy habit, like brushing their teeth or washing their hands!

But soon she discovered that because sunscreen was considered an over-the-counter drug, SPF wasn’t allowed on school campuses without a doctor's note. Holly quickly recognized the need for change and began to advocate for SPF in schools on Capitol Hill. Now, more than 25 states allow schools to have sunscreen — no doctor’s note required!

We’re proud to continue pioneering change by donating SPF pumps to schools and communities across America.

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We’ve donated more than 9,500 SPF pumps to 2,100+ classrooms and youth organizations — and we’re just getting started!

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how to get involved

Is my school eligible?

Public and private schools, as well as eligible afterschool programs and nonprofit youth organizations, can apply to join our Ounce by Ounce® program in the following states:

AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, IN, IL, LA, MD, ME, MI, MN, NE, NV, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, TX, UT, VA, WA and Washington, D.C.

Don’t see your state on the list above? Reach out to your state legislators to join us in spreading awareness about the importance of getting SPF into schools!

For more info, visit our FAQs.

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submit an application

We’ll need the contact info for a school faculty member or organization leader in order to process an application.

If you’re the parent of a student, we recommend getting in touch with your child’s educator or leader to determine who the best point of contact may be. 

If you’re an educator or organization leader, you can provide your own contact information and we’ll be in touch!

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